This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.View all copies of this ISBN edition:
Nashvillians have a special appreciation and pride in both the low and high culture of their city-a mix of divey, soulful magic and innovative new South that make this city great. It's a variety that shows up in the music, for sure, but also in the food. So just as Nashville attracts creative musicians of all types (who just might be filling your wine glass at dinner), Music City also has been drawing creative cuisines, too. The hot chicken and meat-and-threes live on with a strong legacy, but so do farm-to-table restaurants, celebrating the city's agrarian roots in new ways, as well as innovative restaurants, heralding the new American South. With recipes for the home cook from over 50 of the city's most celebrated restaurants and showcasing over 200 full-color photos featuring mouth-watering dishes, famous chefs, and lots of local flavor, Nashville Chef's Table is the ultimate gift and keepsake cookbook for both tourists and locals alike.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
"From fine dining to food trucks, Stewart-Howard highlights the chefs and recipes that make up the Nashville culinary experience. More than just a collection of recipes, this book presents the rich culture and history of the city through beautiful photography and engaging stories. Perfect for anyone interested in Nashville." Sara Lee Burd, Executive Editor, Nashville Arts Magazine "There are few things more sacred to chefs than their recipes. It takes a gracefully persuasive person like Stephanie to convince them to share these precious gifts with her readers. It also takes a writer as talented as Stephanie to express the passion for which these Nashville culinary artists put into their cooking. If she recommends a restaurant, I'm immediately on the phone making reservations! This book allows readers to take a culinary tour of Music City either on the road or in their own home kitchen." Chris Chamberlain, Food and Drink writer, Nashville Scene and Nashville Lifestyles and author of The Southern Foodie "Stephanie has selected the best for her quest of Nashville restaurants. She writes with passion and authority in this wide-ranging staple of Southern palates." Daisy King, author of Miss Daisy Celebrates Tennessee and other books "Nashville Chef's Table is a must-have for anyone in search of a good, southern meal. It made this homesick former Franklin resident both nostalgic and extremely hungry. Stephanie Stewart-Howard has perfectly captured the city's unique and diverse flavors with an incomparable selection of recipes that will send you straight to the kitchen, desperate to start cooking and eating." Tasha Alexander, New York Times bestselling author of the Lady Emily series and the novel Elizabeth: The Golden Age "Stephanie doesn't just eat at a restaurant or visit a distillery to write about a product. She invests her time in getting to know the story of a company . . . . She takes as much pride in her research as many suppliers take in their handcrafted products: from farm to table, from grain to distillation." Kendall Mitchell Gemmill, Grand Divisions Beverage "Stephanie Stewart not only possesses the skills of a true food critic, she is a passionate foodie and a 'Nashville Original' in her own right. We're fortunate to have her voice spreading the word about Nashville's thriving culinary scene." Cindy Dupree, PR Director, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development "In her beautiful book, Stephanie Stewart may not disclose morel mushroom patches, but she will help you recreate some of the secret tips that make Nashville's restaurants world class. Whether recreating Bella Nashville's pizza dough, Sloco's delicious caraway slaw, or your favorite Holland House Bar and Refuge cocktail, this guide to the best food and drink the city will serve your palate well. While some of the best of Nashville whether Martin's whole hog BBQ pit or Bella Nashville's giant wood fired stove still must be experienced first hand, Stewart helps us bring creations of pioneers of the Nashville food scene into the comfort of our own kitchens." Sarah Bellos, Stony Creek Colors"About the Author:
Stephanie Stewart-Howard's is a journalist and author whose resume also includes work as an artist, actor, costume designer and researcher. She received her BA and MA from the Universities of Iowa and Nebraska (Omaha), respectively. After spending several years as managing editor and primary writer at Nashville Lifestyles magazine, she decided to leap into the book and freelance world. She has contributed to Nashville Arts, Cheers!, Sports Nashville, Volkswagen's Das Auto, NFocus, The Tennessean and many more publications. She writes regularly on matters of fashion, culinary topics, travel and the arts. Stephanie was born in Virginia and brought up worldwide thanks to her dad's career in the Air Force and corporate America. She now resides in an old farm house in Williamson County, Tennessee with her husband Seth (an IT professional and bladesmith) and their two cats. The couple is active in the medieval and ancient world living history movements, as well as a variety of arts and crafts. Ron Manville is a culinary/lifestyle photographer who has photographed sixty-six cookbooks that have garnered seventeen National and International awards, including four James Beards. He is a contributing photographer for Art Culinare, Grace Ormonde's Wedding Style magazine, Local Palate, Nashville Lifestyles, and many other publications. Ron was Team USA's photographer at two IKA Culinary Olympics competitions in Erfurt, Germany to highlight a long-term association with the American Culinary Federation. He is a co-founder of Buttermilk Trace, a writer-driven Southern Creative Consortium based in Nashville Tennessee. He is an RIT graduate, a US Navy veteran, and resides in Nashville with his wife Christine.
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Lyons Press, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110762792205