A Place at the Table: New American Recipes from the Nation's Top Foreign-Born Chefs

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8.2 X 11.3 X 1.2 inches | 2.9 pounds

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About the Author

GABRIELLE LANGHOLTZ is the Director of Culinary Projects at the Vilcek Foundation and for ten years was the editor of Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan magazines. Her books include America: The Cookbook and The New Greenmarket Cookbook.

RICK KINSEL is the President of the Vilcek Foundation, which raises awareness of immigrant contributions to American society and fosters appreciation of the arts and sciences. His honors include the MAD Visionary Award from the Museum of Arts and Design and a recognition from Theatre Communications Group for his work encouraging diversity and inclusion in theater.


"The beauty of this book is that whether you cook or not, it's worth the purchase." --Grub Street, New York magazine

"With 2020 on the horizon, it could be the most important cookbook you buy this year, or any year." --Vogue

"Gorgeously global recipes." --Buzzfeed

"Now more than ever, America must celebrate the countless contributions of its foreign-born population. A Place at the Table, a project from the Vilcek Foundation, which recognizes the work of immigrants in the arts, sciences and humanities, takes up this cause in stunning fashion... Simply scanning the ingredient lists and gazing on the photographs of each dish feels like a journey, something of a foodie fever dream" --BookPage

"As a whole, the cookbook celebrates the delicious diversity of American cuisine and proves that everyone has a place at the table." --Civil Eats

"It's a celebration of how immigrants have expanded and enhanced the American palate." --Robb Report