Great Tastes: Cooking (and Eating) from Morning to Midnight: A Cookbook

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Price
$25.00
Publisher
Clarkson Potter Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
7.6 X 0.9 X 9.6 inches | 1.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780553496376
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About the Author

Sisters DANIELLE and LAURA KOSANN used their combined experience to create an online magazine that presents the world through the lens of food. They actively blur the lines of food, fashion, and media, proving that such industries are not mutually exclusive.

Reviews

"An appealingly breezy approach to cooking and entertaining" --The Washington Post

"[The] recipes are solid and fun, and are sure to find their way into the kitchens of [Danielle and Laura's] growing fan base." -Publishers Weekly

"The Kosanns took a uniquely personal approach to Great Tastes, organizing the recipes in a morning to evening format and filling the pages with a collage of life experiences tied to each dish." --Refinery29

"Organized into an ideal day of eating from early morning to late, late night, the book combines ambitious yet accessible recipes with funny anecdotes of running their popular online magazine, The New Potato." --Brit + Co.

"Their obsession with food extends beyond the plate, probing into the fashion industry and celebrity cultures that feed a different kind of hunger." --Brit + Co.

"The best description of Danielle and Laura Kosann's book is 'refreshing and inviting!' Via creative storytelling, wonderful photography, and scintillating recipes, the New Potato ladies have created a delightful and inventive new cookbook." --Jonathan Waxman

"If Ina Garten and Anna Wintour had a baby... well, you know what I mean. Consider GREAT TASTES a menu for the modern girl--Danielle and Laura serve up contemporary comfort food in this breezy, whip smart collection of essays and recipes." --Kerry Diamond