Author(s): Florence Fabricant
New York City is a restaurant town with a heart as big as its appetite. For its first-ever cookbook, City Harvest and a who's who of New York's top chefs and restaurateurs, including Dominique Ansel, Tom Colicchio, Daniel Humm, Anita Lo, Francois Payard, Marcus Samuelsson, Ivy Stark, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, collect 100 recipes from their world famous menus, from stylish small plates to sophisticated entrees and decadent desserts to share with friends and family. City Harvest takes readers into some of New York's most iconic dining rooms and luxe bars, sure to delight local and traveling foodies alike. Stunning photography of the finished dishes makes this a perfect gift for any food lover. Florence Fabricant of the New York Times expertly adapts each recipe for the home cook and adds insightful notes on using leftover ingredients and second helpings, making this an ideal cookbook to return to again and again.
"New York City's hottest chefs present the ultimate gift, a collection of 100 new recipes benefiting City Harvest, the renowned food rescue organization that feeds 1.4 million hungry New Yorkers every year."-"THE MORNING CALL "" A beautiful new cookbook that celebrates New York hospitality and generosity . . . ["City Harvest"] is very handsome and a pleasure to work with and would make a great gift for yourself or anyone you know who loves New York. "In keeping with the organization's mission, the book is full of tips on how to combat food waste at home."-"EPICURIOUS.COM""
Florence Fabricant is an acclaimed food writer who contributes regularly to The New York Times. She is the author of ten cookbooks, including Wine with Food, Park Avenue Potluck, and The New York Restaurant Cookbook. City Harvest is the world's first and New York City's only food rescue organization, which distributes excess food from New York restaurants, grocers, markets, bars, hotels, and farms to more than 500 local emergency food programs, helping feed almost two million hungry New Yorkers every year. Eric Ripert's legendary Le Bernardin is one of New York's most celebrated restaurants, with three Michelin stars and a four-star review from The New York Times for two decades running. He is the chair of City Harvest's Food Council and has written four cookbooks.