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Food Styling: The Art of Preparing Food for the Camera

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  • Posted June 5, 2012

    Recommended for everyone in the culinary industry.

    Weather you are holding the camera or serving food to a guest, this book will help you with all there is to know about making someone salivate over what food you have to offer.
    You can never go wrong acquiring skills from this book which is written by a professional.

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  • Posted July 21, 2010

    Best-in-Class

    Knowing the author professionally for a number of years, I expected Delores Custer's new book Food Styling to be good. But it's more than good, it's great. As a nonfiction "teaching" book, the depth, detail, instructions, ideas and plethora of photography make this book best-in-class.

    Whether you need to create an unmeltable sundae, coffee that keeps bubbles as if it's been freshly poured, or even how to reproduce perfect nooks and crannies in an English Muffin, Delores Custer's Food Styling is an invaluable resource.

    There is even an extensive chapter on career advice for those who'd like to take the knowledge to the next level. I am going to make sure our school's faculty is aware of the book for career students whose interests lead them to Food Styling.

    Rick Smilow
    President
    The Institute of Culinary Education
    New York, NY

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