The Infinite Feast: How to Host the Ones You Love
THE INFINITE FEAST is a fun guide to graciously hosting loved ones. Brian Theis does a great job melding his innate Southern Charm with experience gained from travel and time abroad. His book will be a welcome addition to people who enjoy sharing food and drink with friends. - Jacques Pépin
Author Brian Theis presents a well-rounded cookbook that takes us back to the mid-twentieth century and the foods that fed the nation's craving for comfort and world travel. In seasonal chapters from New Year's to the winter holidays, he provides curated and themed menus, easy to follow recipes, and kitchen tips. From casseroles and comfort foods, a Mardi Gras Jamboree, and a Polynesian Luau to a Goblin Feast and Thanksgiving Bons Temps Rouler, the dishes are just as delicious as they are picturesque! Interviews with celebrity chefs and restaurateurs, including Gabriele Corcos, Billy Oliva, JoAnn Clevenger, and Phillip Lopez, and a tribute to Leah Chase round out the offerings in this gift-worthy cookbook!
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About the Author
BRIAN THEIS (Author) is a resident of New Orleans and New York. He is a recipe developer, teacher, and home cooking maestro, with a passion for twentieth-century culinary history. His New Orleans side of the family encouraged his immersion in Creole cooking, and his Texas upbringing inspired his lifelong affinity for Tex-Mex. Theis is an honors graduate with a focus in recipe testing from the International Culinary Center in New York, with hundreds of hours of training in classic French techniques. He can be found sharing great recipes on Instagram @totestasty, on Facebook @theinfinitefeast, and on his website www.theinfinitefeast.com.
MARCO MARELLA (Illustrator) is a multi-award-winning freelance illustrator in Venice, Italy. He is the cover artist for the bestselling Prosper Redding Series and his clients include the Washington Post, Family Circle, Time Inc., Vogue, and Disney Books.
DANA JACOBI (Test Kitchen Manager) is a cookbook author, recipe developer, and freelance copy editor. She lives in New York City and blogs at www.danajacobi.com.
TIM DENBO (Song Arranger) is a musician in Music City USA. He's toured extensively, served as principal double bassist for the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra, and arranged innumerable works for major events and studio artists.