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—Chef and cookbook author Alexis Soyer (1810-1858), as quoted in Becoming A Chef (p. 8)
Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are happy to be interviewed by the media on subjects related to food and drink — including chefs, cooking, culinary creativity, culinary trends, flavor development, flavor dynamics, flavor pairings, food, food and beverage pairing, menu design, nutrition, plant-strong diet, restaurant criticism, restaurants, vegetarian and vegan cuisine, wine, and other aspects of eating and drinking and dining in America.
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The website HealWithFood.org featured “Natural Home Remedies for Asthma Sufferers,” spotlighting as its “Cookbook of the Month” THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE:
THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE: 1000s of Ideas for Plant-Based Meals
A Swedish study published in the Journal of Asthma reported that asthma patients that practised a vegan diet for a full year had a significant decrease in their need for asthma medication and in the frequency and severity of asthma attacks. Another study, published in the journal BMJ, found that in young Chinese people, the risk of asthmatic symptoms decreased with high fresh vegetable consumption. If you’re thinking about switching to a more plant-based diet but fear your meals will lose flavor in the process, you should definitely check out THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE by culinary expert and award-winning author Karen Page. Rather than providing a bunch of recipes that you might get bored of within a few months, this ingenious guide teaches you how to use various ingredients by focusing on their flavor and the flavors they go well with. A wonderful idea generator for home cooks who love the idea of experimenting with vegetarian flavors, this definitive guide on deliciousness is available through Amazon.com.
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Cathy Thomas of Orange Coast magazine interviews mixologist Ravin Buzzell at CdM restaurant in California, who names THE FLAVOR BIBLE as his favorite cookbook:
The mixologist at CdM restaurant pushes the boundaries of flavor.
Q. Do you have a favorite cookbook?
A. “THE FLAVOR BIBLE” by Karen A. Page and Andrew Dornenburg. It’s my source for finding new flavor pairings.
The mixologist at CdM restaurant pushes the boundaries of flavor. What’s your secret weakness? I have a thrifting problem; I’m always on the lookout for vintage glassware in thrift stores, both decanters and glasses. Do you have a favorite cookbook? “The Flavor Bible” by Karen A. Page and Andrew Dornenburg.
Bret Thorn of Nation’s Restaurant News reports the news that “Chef Gray Kunz dies at 65,” mentioning and quoting from Andrew Dornenburg‘s Facebook post:
Cookbook author Andrew Dornenburg also expressed sadness at Kunz’s passing. “From speaking with many extraordinary chefs who came up through his kitchen … we know what a transformational experience they credit it as being.”
He also quoted Kunz from CULINARY ARTISTRY, a book he wrote with Karen Page: “We are certainly associated with the arts. … What helps the chef is the simple desire to create dishes that are constantly on a very high level. It’s a shame you can’t put some of them on canvas!”
The culinary world mourned a titan on Friday as the news spread of the death of Gray Kunz, a pioneer who helped introduce European-Asian fusion cuisine to the United States. He was 65. His death was confirmed on his Instagram page: Related: The culinary world remembers Paul Bocuse “It is with the greatest sadness that we have to announce the passing of the great Chef Gray Kunz.
Melissa Reardon of WNC magazine, serving Western North Carolina, interviews cookbook author Ashley English on pro tips for getting your pantry provisions in order, and she recommends THE FLAVOR BIBLE:
“You also need to know how to use and maximize less obvious elements, and for this English recommends THE FLAVOR BIBLE, which offers an alphabetical listing of ingredients and the flavors they pair well with. It’s a resource she says can inspire new cooks and skilled chefs alike.”
A well-stocked pantry is the foundation of being able to cook at home. It reduces stress and costs, and helps solve the question, “What’s for supper?” For guidance on upping your pantry proficiency, Candler-based cookbook and homesteading author Ashley English shares her list of favorite ingredients and how to personalize and stock your shelves for mealtime success.
Amanda Gabriele of The Manual interviews Ariel Brodsky about her map-based around-the-world cocktail menu at Wild Ink at Hudson Yards in New York City, in which she sings the praises of THE FLAVOR BIBLE:
Brodsky has worked with some of the most talented chefs in the world — think Jean Georges and Marc Forgione — so her goal has always been to craft drink menus that add to a well-rounded culinary experience, not compete with it. “At this point, I’m pretty good at knowing if something is going to clash or not,” she adds. “When in doubt, THE FLAVOR BIBLE is an incredible encyclopedia of flavor matching.”
When you open the cocktail menu at New York City’s Wild Ink, you’ll notice that it’s not organized by spirit or flavor profile. Instead, you’re presented with a map of the world, and each cocktail is placed on the country from which it was inspired, representing the heritage of someone on the Wild Ink staff.
Interviewed by AMagicCabinet.com, the founders of the Michelin two-star restaurant Funky Gourmet in Athens — Georgianna Chiliadaki and Nikos Roussos — name THE FLAVOR BIBLE as their favorite cookbook:
The cookbook we always go back to is THE FLAVOR BIBLE by Karen Page’s and Andrew Dornenburg. We have got five copies: in the office, the restaurant, our house and our holiday home. We always revisit it when we’re preparing a new dish.
Georgianna Chiliadaki and Nikos Roussos, the founders of the Michelin awarded Funky Gourmet restaurant open their own magic cabinet. It is full of memories, aromas, flavours, their loved ones and plans for the future Cookbook The cookbook we always go back to is The Flavor Bible by Karen Page’s and Andrew Dornenburg.
Jasmin Suknanin of BuzzFeed compiled a list of “28 Products You’ll Probably Love If Eating Is Your Favorite Hobby,” which features THE FLAVOR BIBLE as #8:
A copy of THE FLAVOR BIBLE, so you can start creating mouth-watering combinations of ingredients, textures, and temperatures whether you have a streak of ruining your dinners or every ingredient you touch turns to a meal of gold.
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