Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a New Southern Kitchen

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Price
$29.95  $27.55
Publisher
Artisan Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
292
Dimensions
8.27 X 1.18 X 10.08 inches | 2.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781579654924

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About the Author

Edward Lee is the author of Smoke & Pickles; chef/owner of 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky; and culinary director of Succotash in National Harbor, Maryland, and Penn Quarter, Washington, DC. He appears frequently in print and on television, including earning an Emmy nomination for his role in the Emmy Award-winning series The Mind of a Chef. Most recently, he wrote and hosted the feature documentary Fermented. He lives in Louisville and Washington, DC, and you can find him on Instagram and Twitter @chefedwardlee.

Reviews

"Inventive . . . bold." --New York Times Book Review

"His flavor combinations are compelling, and his tips read like a mentor's." --Washington Post

"Tasty Asian cuisine . . . served with a side of Southern sauciness." --USA Today

"A profoundly American cookbook. . . . Delicious." --Buffalo News

"The essays that accompany each section are wonderful . . . [and] helpful lessons abound." --LA Weekly

"Chef Edward Lee is the epitome of American melting pot cooking." --Portland Oregonian

"Smoke & Pickles by chef Edward Lee is a delight. . . .The recipes are as refreshing and thoughtful as the man behind them." --TastingTable


"Edward Lee is one of America's most important young chefs--and what he has to say with his delicious food and in the pages of this book will help redefine American food as a whole. Better start reading and start cooking. The future is here." --Anthony Bourdain

"I'm officially and unabashedly in love with Chef Edward Lee's Smoke & Pickles! Full of thoughtful storytelling and plenty of seasoning, it satisfies all my cravings for hearty, flavorful food that's as soulful and introspective as it is celebratory." --Gail Simmons

"Delicious American food. It's quite simple: Edward Lee cooks the food I want to eat." --David Chang

"Full of more smarts, playfulness, and soulfulness than any cookbook I've read in a long, long time." --John T. Edge

--Publishers Weekly

"Lee's debut cookbook is an inventive and exciting take on Southern food inspired by the chef's Korean roots. . . . Recipes are combined with entertaining stories of Lee's life and culinary journey. . . . An irresistible collection for any adventurous home cook." -Publishers Weekly, starred review

--NY Daily News

"Inspired, sophisticated. . . . This book is likely to leave you feeling very hungry and never bored." --New York Daily News

--Country Living

"A symphony of delectable contradictions." --Country Living

--SouthernLiving.com

"Smoke & Pickles exemplifies why, in 10 short years, [Edward Lee has] become one of our favorite chefs. Between the strength of his recipes and his natural knack for storytelling, we've dog-eared the bejeezus out of this book already." --SouthernLiving.com

--Austin Chronicle

"Comforting soul food massaged with Korean spice and garlic. . . . A very tasty blend of cultures." --Austin Chronicle

--Houston Chronicle

"A lively and endearing story. . . . Lee's pickle recipes are a joy because they don't require canning. . . . So let the pleasure begin." --Houston Chronicle

--TheKitchn

"Fascinating. If you're a bedtime cookbook reader, this one will have you up past midnight." --TheKitchn

--various
"Inventive . . . bold."
--The New York Times Book Review

"Compelling."
--The Washington Post

"Fascinating. If you're a bedtime cookbook reader, this one will have you up past midnight."
--TheKitchn

"Tasty Asian cuisine . . . served with a side of Southern sauciness."
--USA Today

"Inspired, sophisticated. . . . This book is likely to leave you feeling very hungry and never bored."
--New York Daily News

"Chef Edward Lee is the epitome of American melting pot cooking."
--Portland Oregonian

"Smoke & Pickles by chef Edward Lee is a delight. . . . The recipes are as refreshing and thoughtful as the man behind them."
--Tasting Table

"A fascinating read. . . . Surprising and satisfying."
--Newark Star-Ledger

"Comforting soul food massaged with Korean spice and garlic. . . . A very tasty blend of cultures."
--Austin Chronicle

"A profoundly American cookbook. . . . Delicious."
--Buffalo News

"A mix tape of Southern and Asian ingredients. . . . Between the strength of his recipes and his natural knack for storytelling, we've dog-eared the bejeezus out of this book."
--SouthernLiving.com

"Inventive and exciting. . . . An irresistible collection for any adventurous home cook."
--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Deep, soulful, and utterly honest."
--Charleston City Paper

"A lively and endearing story. . . . Lee's pickle recipes are a joy because they don't require canning. . . . So let the pleasure begin."
--Houston Chronicle

"The essays that accompany each section are wonderful . . . [and] helpful lessons abound."
--LA Weekly