C Food

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From the restaurant the Globe and Mail called the most original and exciting fish and seafood restaurant this country has ever seen comes their much-anticipated cookbook.Vancouver's C Restaurant is world-renowned for its innovation, taking classic dishes to new and unexpected places-and owner Harry Kambolis and executive chef Robert Clark do much the same with the traditional cookbook. This takes a new approach: photographs were the main inspiration for the recipes, forcing Robert to experiment and just see where...
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Overview

From the restaurant the Globe and Mail called the most original and exciting fish and seafood restaurant this country has ever seen comes their much-anticipated cookbook.Vancouver's C Restaurant is world-renowned for its innovation, taking classic dishes to new and unexpected places-and owner Harry Kambolis and executive chef Robert Clark do much the same with the traditional cookbook. This takes a new approach: photographs were the main inspiration for the recipes, forcing Robert to experiment and just see where the photographs would lead him. The result is a book that captures the creative energy of the restaurant, a book that will inspire the same creativity in home cooks. The photographs and recipes share equal billing, making the book equally at home on a coffee table or in the kitchen. Fish and seafood recipes are prominent, but C Food also features delicious meat, vegetable, and dessert dishes. Re-create a much-coveted table at C in your own home.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781770500044
  • Publisher: Whitecap Books, Limited
  • Publication date: 10/15/2009
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Clark is a graduate of George Brown College's culinary training school. After apprenticing with some of Canada's finest chefs, including Jamie Kennedy and Nigel Shute, Robert set off to Asia where he developed a new understanding of the cuisine. Harry Kambolis is the owner C Restaurant. He has won Vancouver magazine's Seafood Restaurant of the Year award.
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