Wednesday, January 22, 2014

This is a Cookbook by Max and Eli Sussman

Max Sussman, a "Rising Star" James Beard Award nominee in 2012, and his partner Eli have concocted a fun and concise cookbook for serious foodies and rank kitchen amateurs to enjoy. As a former chef and one of those "serious foodies", This Is A Cookbook surprised me with how many innovative and easy to follow recipes it provided for a wide range of tastes and culinary skill levels.

Their approach to main dishes and starters is amazing and I still use their '48 Hour Pickle' recipe as a staple in my home. Trust me here . . . the Sussmans know what they're doing. Their collection of food ideas will hopefully be a staple in your home as well.

- Guest blogger Mark W.

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