The World Central Kitchen cookbook : feeding humanity, feeding hope / José Andrés & World Central Kitchen ; with Sam Chapple-Sokol ; foreword by Stephen Colbert ; recipe photography by Kristin Teig.
In their first cookbook, WCK shares recipes inspired by the many places they've cooked following disasters as well as inspiring narratives from the chefs and volunteers on the front lines. Photographs captured throughout the world highlight community and hope while stunning food photography showcases the mouthwatering recipes. Each chapter reflects a value of the organization. "Urgency" focuses on food that can be eaten on the go, including the Lahmajoun Flatbread served after a devastating explosion rocked Beirut in 2020. In "Hope," readers will find soups, stews, and comforting meals such as Ukrainian Borsch served to families living through an unthinkable invasion and Chicken Chili Verde prepared for California firefighters. Famous WCK supporters have shared recipes too, like Breakfast Tacos from Michelle Obama and a Lemon Olive Oil Cake from Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex. Other contributors include Marcus Samuelsson, Ayesha Curry, Reem Assil, Brooke Williamson, Emeril Lagasse, Tyler Florence, Guy Fieri, Sanjeev Kapoor, and Eric Adjepong. The World Central Kitchen Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope is a celebration of dignity and perseverance--and about building longer tables, not higher walls. All author proceeds from The World Central Kitchen Cookbook will be used to support World Central Kitchen's emergency response efforts.
- ISBN: 9780593579077
- ISBN: 0593579070
- Physical Description: 303 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter, 2023.
A captivating collection of stories and recipes from renowned chefs, local cooks, and celebrity friends of José Andrés's beloved nonprofit World Central Kitchen (WCK), which feeds communities impacted by natural disasters and humanitarian crises; with a foreword from Stephen Colbert.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Foreword by Stephen Colbert -- A note from José -- Introduction -- Firefighter chili -- Empathy: Braises and other long cooks -- Urgency: Sandwiches, arepas, and food on the go -- Adaptation: Sheet pans, paella pans, and variations -- Hope: Stews, soups, and warming meals -- Community: Dishes to share with family and friends -- Resilience: Dishes to support farmers, fishers, and small food producers -- Joy: Sweets, drinks, and recipes for celebrating -- Building blocks: Accompaniments, sauces, and bases.
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