Genre: Cooking + Food + Wine
Sub-Genre: Individual Chefs & Restaurants
Publisher: Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Author: Antoni Porowski & Mindy Fox
Street Date: October 2, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 059-01-6204
"Antoni has a love of food equal to my own. From his Johnny's Queso Blanco (you can never go wrong with melted cheese) to his Polish Hangover Soup (I'm sure this will come in very handy) and all of his desserts, I can't wait to explore the mind and creativity of this extremely hot chef."
"Full of enthusiasm, warmth, and joy. From the simplest radishes in pink-peppercorn butter to a classic grilled cheese with tomato bisque to an innovative turkey kefte, the book shows a knowledge of techniques and an intrepid spirit in the kitchen."
"Antoni's enthusiasm for food is infectious. Approachable and easy, these recipes will inspire anyone to get into the kitchen."
"Antoni's culinary skills are prodigious, but what makes him special is the key ingredient that makes Queer Eye special: heart."
"Antoni is a born storyteller. His ability to convert even the most cynical eater to the simple, relatable joys of good food is what makes this cookbook special. Whether you're a seasoned pro or in need of a culinary makeover, I dare you NOT to fall in love with Antoni!"
--Gail Simmons, food expert, TV host, and author of Bringing It Home
"The cook, the book, the recipes--Charmers all! From soups and stews that take us back to his Polish childhood to of-the-moment diragus with oozy eggs, marinated watermelon bites, or an olive oil Bundt cake with pecan streusel, Antoni brings warmth, style, and a very personal take to easy, simple foods made to share."
--Dorie Greenspan, author of Everyday Dorie
"Playful with a hit of sophistication, Antoni in the Kitchen is the next best thing to getting a full-on Queer Eye cooking makeover."
--Christina Tosi, chef-owner of Milk Bar
"Cooking's highest power is to make us feel connected. Antoni reminds us of this on screen, and now on the page. I can't wait to cook so many of the things in these pages, starting with the meatloaf with the entire block of cheddar cheese tucked inside of it."
--Julia Turshen, author of Now & Again and Small Victories and host of Keep Calm and Cook On