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Volt Ink. : Recipes, Stories, Brothers
by Bryan And Michael Voltaggio and Charlie Palmer and Ed Anderson




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Chefs and brothers, and winner and runner-up from season six of the Bravo cooking competition show Top Chef, share their unique relationship with food and family in this lavishly photographed cookbook.

Bryan and Michael Voltaggio have been called two of the most talented chefs of their generation, though they are probably best known for their head-to-head, brother-against-brother competition on season 6 of Bravo TV's Top Chef. In their eagerly anticipated debut cookbook, the brothers present their cuisine through an exploration of 20 food families of ingredients.

Chef Charlie Palmer, one of the brothers' mentors, writes in his foreword to the book, "There are no better examples of kitchen craftsmen in our exciting culinary era than the Voltaggio brothers," and celebrated chef Jos Andres calls the brothers "both amazing and talented cooks, among the best I know." Their work, separately and together, combines the most exciting modern culinary techniques with impeccable ingredients and unexpected twists to create dishes that are at the same time intellectually interesting, visually stimulating, playful, and incredibly delicious.

Unique in its organization, VOLT Ink. is stunningly photographed, featuring full-color images for every recipe along with glimpses throughout of the brothers at work in their respective restaurants. The recipes have been thoroughly tested to make even the most scientific-seeming techniques reproducible for everyone. Add to that a collection of stories from the brothers themselves--touching on their shared childhood, their respective mentors and collaborators, and what inspires their cooking--and this cookbook is sure to delight anyone interested in the art and craft of modern cooking.

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Overview

Chefs and brothers, and winner and runner-up from season six of the Bravo cooking competition show Top Chef, share their unique relationship with food and family in this lavishly photographed cookbook.

Bryan and Michael Voltaggio have been called two of the most talented chefs of their generation, though they are probably best known for their head-to-head, brother-against-brother competition on season 6 of Bravo TV's Top Chef. In their eagerly anticipated debut cookbook, the brothers present their cuisine through an exploration of 20 food families of ingredients.

Chef Charlie Palmer, one of the brothers' mentors, writes in his foreword to the book, "There are no better examples of kitchen craftsmen in our exciting culinary era than the Voltaggio brothers," and celebrated chef Jos Andres calls the brothers "both amazing and talented cooks, among the best I know." Their work, separately and together, combines the most exciting modern culinary techniques with impeccable ingredients and unexpected twists to create dishes that are at the same time intellectually interesting, visually stimulating, playful, and incredibly delicious.

Unique in its organization, VOLT Ink. is stunningly photographed, featuring full-color images for every recipe along with glimpses throughout of the brothers at work in their respective restaurants. The recipes have been thoroughly tested to make even the most scientific-seeming techniques reproducible for everyone. Add to that a collection of stories from the brothers themselves--touching on their shared childhood, their respective mentors and collaborators, and what inspires their cooking--and this cookbook is sure to delight anyone interested in the art and craft of modern cooking.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781616281618
  • ISBN-10: 1616281618
  • Publisher: Weldon Owen
  • Publish Date: October 2011
  • Page Count: 336
  • Dimensions: 11.25 x 9.82 x 1.24 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.39 pounds


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