“Publicity is like the air we breathe; if we have it not, we die.”
—Chef and cookbook author Alexis Soyer (1810-1858), as quoted in Becoming A Chef (p. 8)
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are happy to be interviewed by the media on subjects related to food and drink — including chefs, cooking, culinary creativity, culinary trends, flavor development, flavor dynamics, flavor pairings, food, food and beverage pairing, menu design, nutrition, plant-strong diet, restaurant criticism, restaurants, vegetarian and vegan cuisine, wine, and other aspects of eating and drinking and dining in America.
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Fernanda (Fer) of StayFreshFer.com mentions THE FLAVOR BIBLE in her post on “My Philosophy of Cooking,” as prompting her musings on the subject:
I started reading The Flavor Bible by Karen Page and Andrew Dorenburg and an excerpt from the book really struck me. “When a recipe is rigidly scripted and blindly followed, it negates the cook’s own creative instincts and good judgement – not to mention much of the pleasure of truly “being” in the moment.”
The Kitchn features THE FLAVOR BIBLE on its list of “The Best Cookbooks for 3 Types of Beginner Cooks” compiles by Hali Bey Ramdene:
THE FLAVOR BIBLE is featured on Megan Campbell’s spirits website SpiritSirens.com, which acknowledges: “[THE FLAVOR BIBLE] isn’t really a cocktail or liquor book, but considering how helpful it’s been to me, I felt like it really deserved its own review. While this book could certainly be useful to people creating pairing menus or making new and exciting cocktails for higher end bars, where it really shines in my opinion, is Infusions….”
I know that the Flavor Bible by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg isn’t really a cocktail or liquor book, but considering how helpful it’s been to me, I felt like it really deserved it’s own review.
Jarry Magazine interview with Chef and Writer Aaron Hutcherson gives a shout-out to THE FLAVOR BIBLE and THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE.
We recently grabbed the busy Issue 6 contributor, chef, and writer, to discuss his influences, interests, experience as a queer chef in professional kitchens, and to subject him to the first Jarry Rapid Fire . Spoiler Alert: His drag name would be “Pretzel Attitudes.”
Ashley Ryan of Newport Beach magazine recommends WHAT TO DRINK WITH WHAT YOU EAT, writing:
Learn precisely which varietals to pair with your next meal thanks to Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page’s book WHAT TO DRINK WITH WHAT YOU EAT, a guide that details which wines to serve at different times of day and with various types of food, $35, at LCA Wine, Costa Mesa.
By Ashley Ryan While wine is celebrated all over the world, both for special occasions and in casual settings, residential wine cellars are still somewhat of a rarity-which may be due to how many elements designers must take into consideration when creating one of these spaces.
Becky Ellis of the Roanoke Valley’s original award-winning city magazine The Roanoker recommends both WHAT TO DRINK WITH WHAT YOU EAT and THE FOOD LOVER’S GUIDE TO WINE in honor of National Drink Wine Day on February 18th, writing:
“Pick up a copy of WHAT TO DRINK WITH WHAT YOU EAT and THE FOOD LOVER’S GUIDE TO WINE. These are excellent wine reference books that take much of the guess work out of deciding which wine to serve with food at your next dinner party.”
Looking for a new adventure? Celebrate National Drink Wine Day on February 18, 2019. Try these tips as you swirl and sip the lovely libation in your glass: 1. Keep a wine journal and take photos of your favorite wine labels so you won’t forget that special bottle. 2.
THE FLAVOR BIBLE is mentioned as “a must-have book” in RylieCakes.com‘s post on “10 Must-Have Gluten-Free Kitchen Staples,” attesting “I look at it more than any other cookbook I have ever owned. It is a universe full of ideas!!”
So after experiencing Seattle during a snow storm and the all the crazy that was the grocery stores, I thought it’d be appropriate to talk about some staples I always keep in the house.
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg and their books have been featured extensively in countless global, national, and regional media, including: