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Aska: Best Chefs in the World

Autor Fredrik Berselius
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 25 mai 2018
Askais the debut cookbook from chef Fredrik Berselius, following the reimagining and rebuilding of his two-Michelin-starred restaurant.
He celebrates the heritage and tradition of his native Sweden, his land in upstate New York, and a deep appreciation for the restaurant's home in Brooklyn.
Berselius shares his culinary journey of Scandinavian flavors and techniques through the courses of his exquisite seasonally-driven tasting menu, which features ingredients from an urban farm and local producers across the Northeast United States. With a stark and poetic Nordic aesthetic,Askaincludes 85 recipes, evocative personal writing, and stunning photography.
"Mr. Berselius is the rare chef who thinks like an artist and gets away with it." --Pete Wells, New York Times
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ISBN-13: 9780714875774
ISBN-10: 0714875775
Pagini: 240
Ilustrații: 120 farbige Abbildungen
Dimensiuni: 220 x 297 x 30 mm
Greutate: 1.32 kg
Editura: Phaidon
Seria Best Chefs in the World


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Aska is the debut cookbook from chef Fredrik Berselius, following the reimagining and rebuilding of his two-Michelin-starred restaurant.

He celebrates the heritage and tradition of his native Sweden, his land in upstate New York, and a deep appreciation for the restaurant's home in Brooklyn.

Berselius shares his culinary journey of Scandinavian flavors and techniques through the courses of his exquisite seasonally-driven tasting menu, which features ingredients from an urban farm and local producers across the Northeast United States. With a stark and poetic Nordic aesthetic, Aska includes 85 recipes, evocative personal writing, and stunning photography.

"Mr. Berselius is the rare chef who thinks like an artist and gets away with it." --Pete Wells, New York Times