Cindy's Supper Club (Hardcover)
Meals from Around the World to Share with Family and Friends
Ten Speed Press, 9781607740247, 288pp.
Publication Date: May 15, 2012
It's no secret that legions of fans flock to Cindy Pawlcyn's restaurants for her globally influenced signature dishes. What is not so well known is that Cindy has turned her passions for cooking and travel into a popular supper club, where she creates an adventurous menu celebrating a different international cuisine each week. Cindy's Supper Club has become a destination event, presenting a world tasting tour on a plate.
Cindy's Supper Club serves up twenty-five complete menus inspired by Cindy's dinners and featuring more than 125 recipes from the world's greatest food destinations, including Hawaii,Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Austria, Belgium, England, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Russia, Georgia, Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, Lebanon, Turkey, China, Japan, Korea, India, and Thailand.
"I have had the great pleasure of watching my friend Cindy Pawlcyn shape the Napa Valley into a world-class culinary empire. I am constantly amazed at how she creates her dishes and the final extraordinary flavors that hit the plate. Buy this book as fast as you can. You are in for a wonderful surprise."
MICHAEL CHIARELLO, chef-owner of Bottega Ristorante and author of Bottega
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Praise For Cindy's Supper Club: Meals from Around the World to Share with Family and Friends…
"This magical book will transport you across the globe in the company of one of our great chefs, with delicious recipes from some of the most interesting kitchens in the world. A total delight!"
—Gleb Baxter, artist and illustrator for The New Yorker
"Cindy Pawlcyn is one of the great masters of making deliciousness as well as telling great stories, bringing us all into the deep culinary travels she is passionate about! This book is addictive if you want to cook and eat something exciting and amazing."
—Elizabeth Falkner, chef and author of Demolition Desserts and Cooking Off the Clock