In Her Kitchen: Stories and Recipes from Grandmas Around the World: A Cookbook

By Gabriele Galimberti

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Winner of the James Beard Award for Photography

In a keepsake volume, Gabriele Galimberti's beautiful portraits of grandmothers from all over the world with their signature recipes illustrates the universal language of food and family.

On the eve of a photography trip around the world, Gabriele Galimberti sat down to dinner with his grandmother Marisa. As she had done so many times before, she prepared his favorite ravioli. The care with which she prepared this meal, and the pride she took in her dish, led Gabriele to seek out grandmothers and their signature dishes in the sixty countries he visited.

These vibrant and intimate profiles and photographs pay homage to grandmothers and their cooking everywhere. From a Swedish housewife and her homemade lox and vegetables to a Zambian villager and her Roasted Spiced Chicken, this collection features a global palate: included are hand-stuffed empanadas from Argentina, twice-fried pork and vegetables from China, slow-roasted ratatouille from France, and a decadent toffee trifle from the United States. In Her Kitchen is an evocative, loving portrait of these cherished family members and the ways they return that affection--no matter where in the world you sit down for dinner.

Product Details

Price: $30.00  $27.00
Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers
Published Date: November 11, 2014
Pages: 248
Dimensions: 9.3 X 1.1 X 9.1 inches | 2.45 pounds
ISBN: 9780804185554

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About the Author

GABRIELE GALIMBERTI is a photographer whose work has appeared in Newsweek, Le Monde, and Vanity Fair, among other publications. In 2013, he finished an eighteen-month photography trip around the world. His photographs and stories have led to partnerships with illy and CouchSurfing.org and have appeared in slideshows on Slate. No matter where he currently rests his head, he calls Italy his home. gabrielegalimberti.com