Heirloom Kitchen: Heritage Recipes and Family Stories from the Tables of Immigrant Women

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Product Details

Price
$29.99  $27.59
Publisher
Harper Design
Publish Date
April 23, 2019
Pages
256
Dimensions
8.0 X 1.0 X 10.0 inches | 2.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062844224
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About the Author

Anna Francese Gass is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute. After a stint in corporate sales, she traded the boardroom for the test kitchen, and has since worked for Whole Foods, Mad Hungry, and Martha Stewart Living Ominmedia. Currently, she is a regular contributing editor and recipe tester at Food52 and contributing writer for msn.com. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and three children. Follow her on Instagram @annafgass and website www.annasheirloomkitchen.com.

Reviews

"Heirloom Kitchen is a stunning book that delves deeply into the rich cooking traditions of immigrant women and the immense legacy they have left on the American palate and food customs. The cooking of immigrants is the foundation of American food culture."--Jacques PΓ©pin, chef, bestselling author, and television personality
"Food is culture. Heirloom Kitchen is a deliciously soulful look at the complexities of our American identity, and highlights one of the principle ways in which the past has always been female. Here is an inspiring look at a diverse group of a few of our founding females."--Anita Lo, author of Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One
"The from-scratch recipes of our immigrant families are the most important ones to preserve in our takeout, premade world. Anna shows us how to smell the sauce and hear the sizzles of our own unsung home-cook forebearers, while also sharing delicious traditional recipes from around the world."--Lucinda Scala Quinn, founder of Mad Hungry
"Anna has a wholehearted conviction that cooking and self-expression are one and the same. It made sense that she took on this ambitious celebration of immigrant women, paying tribute to their remarkable personal stories and best-loved dishes, as well as the inextricable nature of the two."--Merrill Stubbs and Amanda Hesser, cofounders of Food52