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RIJKSMUSEUM COOKBOOK

Auteur:Jonah Freud

Uitgever:Rijksmuseum

ISBN: 978-90-8254-371-1

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 608 pagina's
  • 31 aug. 2016

The ABC of Dutch Cuisine in 130 recipes and 900 images. Awarded by Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2017. Selected Best Dutch Book Design

The Rijksmuseum Cookbook is no ordinary book of recipes, but rather a sampling of various very Dutch ingredients – from potatoes to seaweed – that serve as the bases for 130 delicious dishes. Fifty renowned Dutch chefs, including Joris Bijdendijk, Ron Blaauw, Benny Blisto, Jonnie Boer, Sergio Herman, Cees Holtkamp, Jim de Jong, Riet Kint and Robert Kranenborg, prepare both a traditional and a modern dish with each of these ingredients. They inspire you to see ingredients and dishes you have known for years in a surprising new light.

Stories about the origins and history of recipes and Dutch eating habits, supplemented by more than 900 images of objects that bear witness tot he prominent role of food and drink in art taken from the Rijksmuseum’s rich collection, make this book a colourful catalogue of Dutch gastronomy.

Designer Irma Boom used a specially composed baking paper-like material to create the cookbook. No lover of cooking, art and design’s bookcase or kitchen should be without it.

The ABC of Dutch Cuisine in 130 recipes and 900 images. Awarded by Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2017. Selected Best Dutch Book Design

The Rijksmuseum Cookbook is no ordinary book of recipes, but rather a sampling of various very Dutch ingredients – from potatoes to seaweed – that serve as the bases for 130 delicious dishes. Fifty renowned Dutch chefs, including Joris Bijdendijk, Ron Blaauw, Benny Blisto, Jonnie Boer, Sergio Herman, Cees Holtkamp, Jim de Jong, Riet Kint and Robert Kranenborg, prepare both a traditional and a modern dish with each of these ingredients. They inspire you to see ingredients and dishes you have known for years in a surprising new light.

Stories about the origins and history of recipes and Dutch eating habits, supplemented by more than 900 images of objects that bear witness tot he prominent role of food and drink in art taken from the Rijksmuseum’s rich collection, make this book a colourful catalogue of Dutch gastronomy.

Designer Irma Boom used a specially composed baking paper-like material to create the cookbook. No lover of cooking, art and design’s bookcase or kitchen should be without it.

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