Ever wondered what some of the world's best chefs rustle up at home when not in whites and commanding service?
Here are three cooking books that might just have the answer. Each compiles recipes from top chefs around the world, allowing fans a through the keyhole look at their homely dishes plus insider tips and anecdotes.
From "Chefs Collective" compiling the best recipes of 50 Asian chefs to "Chefs and Company" totalling 75 chef recipes, and "Kitchen Creativity" with over 100 restaurant favourites, there's a veritable smorgasbord of mouth watering ideas to be had allowing homecooks to pick and choose their favourites as they please.
Here they are:
1. Chefs Collective: Recipes, Tips and Secrets from 50 of the World's Greatest Chefs by Michelle Tchea
Try out the award winning recipes from some of the rising stars of the culinary world in this exciting collection of chefs with Asian roots, like Hideki Sato, Margarita Fores and Vicky Lau. Each chef explain how to make some of their best dishes as well as sharing their food philosophy and some insider tips.
3. Chefs & Company: 75 Top Chefs Share More Than 180 Recipes To Wow Last-Minute Guests
A fascinating look through the keyhole at what chefs like Daniel Boulud, Emma Bengtsson and Aaron Sanchez cook when they're at home. With close on 200 recipes, this should cooks busy up to Christmas and beyond.
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