“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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2016 media mentions include About.com, Austin American-Statesman, Birmingham, Chatelaine, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cosmopolitan, CulinaryAgents.com, Eater.com, Food & Wine, Food52.com, Forbes Travel Guide, LiveMint.com, Louisville Courier-Journal, New York Times Style, People, Pittsburgh, Restaurant Hospitality, San Diego, Tastebook.com, Time Out, Town & Style, Zoomer, and more.
“Central Time” host Rob Ferrett interviews Karen Page about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on “Food Friday” on Wisconsin Public Radio.
On this Food Friday, we talk about the role creativity plays in the kitchen and we learn some new ways to be more inventive and intuitive in our cooking.
Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY by KTRS 550 AM Radio in St. Louis:
Author Karen Page on her new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY she wrote with husband Andrew Dornenburg by KTRS 550am
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Fran Costigan has been rightly called “the queen of vegan desserts,” and she reviews KITCHEN CREATIVITY on her blog, writing:
“The very charming couple Karen Page and Andrew Dornenberg, authors of many award-winning cookbooks – including my looked-at-every-day The Vegetarian Flavor Bible, the inquestionably indispensable guide that belongs in every kitchen – has done it again with their latest book, Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius—With Wisdom, Inspiration, And Ideas From The World’s Most Creative Chefs.…It’s a fact that I cannot put Kitchen Creativity down, and I guarantee you will feel the same way, too.”
The very charming couple Karen Page and Andrew Dornenberg, authors of many award-winning cookbooks – including my looked-at-every-day The Vegetarian Flavor Bible , the inquestionably indispensable guide that belongs in every kitchen – has done it again with their latest book, Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius-With Wisdom, Inspiration, And Ideas From The World’s Most Creative Chefs.
Cookstr‘s Kara Rota interviews Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg for her podcast about “Finding Creativity in the Kitchen with Science and Intuition” and their latest book KITCHEN CREATIVITY, commenting:
“Is great cooking science, or is it an art? Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page show how it’s both in their new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY, helping you bring creative tools into your home kitchen.”
Is great cooking science, or is it an art? Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page show how it’s both in their new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY, helping you bring creative tools into your home kitchen. Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page are the team behind the new book Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius–with Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs.
Shelf Awareness names “Our Favorite Cookbooks of 2017,” which include KITCHEN CREATIVITY, about which Sara Catterall writes:
Welcome to the Web site for Shelf Awareness: Daily Enlightenment for the Book Trade, the free e-mail newsletter dedicated to helping the people in stores, …
Rebekah Denn at the Seattle Times profiles chef-restaurateur Makini Howell of Plum Bistro, writing:
Outside Seattle, people see Howell as a chef with star power. Singer Stevie Wonder hired Howell as personal chef for his 2015 “Songs In The Key Of Life” tour. Queen Latifah invited Howell on her talk show to make BBQ oyster-mushroom burgers and dairy-free milkshakes. (“The only vegan-burger truck in the nation, and it’s run by a woman!” the Queen cheered on TV.) Actor Joaquin Phoenix blurbed her cookbook, “Plum” (Sasquatch Books, $29.95), as did Grammy-winners India.Arie and Common. (Full disclosure: I worked for Sasquatch on that cookbook’s editorial team, though I am not a Grammy winner.) Now, Howell joins a list of Seattle’s award-laden big names — Tom Douglas, Renee Erickson, Maria Hines, Holly Smith — cited in a heavy-hitting new book, KITCHEN CREATIVITY by Karen Page (Little, Brown & Co., $40) amassing wisdom from “the world’s most creative chefs.”
Makini Howell, the owner of a vegan mini-empire which includes Plum Bistro, Plum Burger and more, has been named one of the “world’s most creative chefs.” Share story Inside Seattle, you might hear of Makini Howell in low-key ways. The restaurateur’s mini-empire, a branch of her family’s vegan-food business, began in 2009 with Plum Bistro, an upscale restaurant on Capitol Hill.
Kristine Kierzek of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profiles the chef of Sargento’s Ulrich Koberstein, who mentions CULINARY ARTISTRY as the “cookbook he’ll never part with”:
“Cookbook he’ll never part with: You used to wait for cookbooks almost like an album. Probably the best one I ever bought is not a cookbook in the traditional sense, but an ingredient book: CULINARY ARTISTRY by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page. I picked up a copy when I was cooking in London.
When I came to America and started cooking at the Ritz-Carlton, that is what I picked up most. I’m on my third copy now. I bought my first copy in Books for Cooks, a great store in London.”
Fork. Spoon. Life. Ulrich Koberstein Born in Germany and raised in South Africa, Ulrich Koberstein has lived in eight countries. Of all the places he’s lived, he sees Wisconsin as the perfect place to raise his family. Koberstein first came to America 20 years ago to work for the Ritz-Carlton.
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg and their books have been featured extensively in countless global, national, and regional media, including: