The Culinary Canine: Great Chefs Cook for Their Dogs - And So Can You! [NOOK Book]

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Thirty of America’s most talented gourmet chefs reveal themselves as unabashed dog lovers who cook for their own dogs. Thanks to the talents of author Kathryn Levy Feldman and photographer Sabine Louise Pierce, The Culinary Canine brings forth the stories of these chefs, portraits of their spoiled, well-fed canines, and over thirty unique and doable recipes! Among the chefs interviewed and featured in this book are restaurant owners and professionals from coast to coast—from New York City, Boston, and Chicago to ...
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The Culinary Canine: Great Chefs Cook for Their Dogs - And So Can You!

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Overview

Thirty of America’s most talented gourmet chefs reveal themselves as unabashed dog lovers who cook for their own dogs. Thanks to the talents of author Kathryn Levy Feldman and photographer Sabine Louise Pierce, The Culinary Canine brings forth the stories of these chefs, portraits of their spoiled, well-fed canines, and over thirty unique and doable recipes! Among the chefs interviewed and featured in this book are restaurant owners and professionals from coast to coast—from New York City, Boston, and Chicago to San Francisco and L.A.—some of whom were former contestants on Top Chef Masters, Iron Chef America, and Chopped!

The chefs include: Cosme Aguilar, Karyn Calabrese, Steve Chiappetti, Dominique Crenn, Roberta Deen, Geraldine Gilliland, Carmen González, Troy Graves, Todd and Ellen Gray, Cornelia Cochrane Churchill Guest, Mya May Christine Gyaw, Kerry Heffernan, Diane Henderiks, Phyllis Kaplowitz, Nick Lacasse, Matthew Levin, Anita Lo, Tanya Nunes, Marc Pennvenne, Melissa Perello, Georges Perrier, Keith Roberts, Harry Schwartz, Amaryll Schwertner, Nicholas Shipp, Jay Silva, Guillermo Tellez, Dana Tommasino, Eileen Watkin, and Eli Zabar. Keeping the health as well as the gastronomical satisfaction of their canines in mind, the chefs’ recipes focus on natural, organic ingredients and sound nutrition. For example, Georges Perrier, the chef proprietor of Le Bec-Fin and Georges’ in Philadelphia, offers “Isabelle’s ‘TouTou’ Food,” and Eli Zabar, owner of six chic eateries in New York City conjures up “Bread Soup for Dogs.” Each recipe is unique, healthful, and fun to make and chow down on.

You don’t need to be a chef or even a terrible good cook to master the recipes in this book, and your dog won’t mind if you accidentally double the chicken, cheese, or quinoa!
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“I’ve often compared my lifestyle to Marie Antoinette. Now my dogs will know what it must have been like to have been one of her dogs thanks to this gorgeous and informative book.” – Joan Rivers

"How much fun is The Culinary Canine? Let’s just say that ingredients for a slew of these imaginative and elegant recipes now dominate my shopping list for the week. Cooking for dogs has officially been elevated to new gastronomic heights—break out the silver dog bowl!"
-Eve Adamson, New York Times best-selling co-author with Bethenny Frankel

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781937049249
  • Publisher: i5 Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 23 MB
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Meet the Author

Kathryn Kit Levy Feldman is an award winning freelance writer with over fifteen years experience writing for such publications as Family Business magazine, Princeton Alumni Weekly, The Pennsylvania Gazette, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine and Haverford College Alumni Magazine. She has authored five books for Heritage Publishers including the biography of Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence, a pioneer in the field of human-animal interaction and has become known for her profiles of individuals as well as animals. A graduate of Princeton University, Levy Feldman earned a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009, with a certificate in animal studies.

Sabina Louise Pierce is an award winning photojournalist based in Philadelphia. She is on contract with several news organizations including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, the Associated Press and The New York Daily News. Her work has appeared in Newsweek, Time, People, Vanity Fair, and Rosie along with Germany’s Glick and Australia’s Good Weekend Magazine.
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