Synopses & Reviews
Portland, Oregon Chef's Table
celebrates the food and culture of what the New York Times
calls the city's "Golden Age" of dining and drinking. The city's food scene — largely a celebration of the farm-to-table movement — has grown and evolved tremendously in the last five years, with an abundance of local farms, fisheries, and small beef, lamb, and pork producers providing the city's iconic restaurants with a wide array of locally-grown deliciousness.
Portland, Oregon Chef's Table is the first cookbook to gather Portland's top chefs and restaurants under one cover. With over seventy recipes for the home cook from more than sixty of the city's most celebrated restaurants and showcasing stunning full-color photos from award-winning photographer Bruce Wolf, featuring mouth-watering dishes, famous chefs, and lots of local flavor, Portland, Oregon Chef's Table is the ultimate gift and keepsake cookbook for both the tourist and the Portland local.
"In the same vein as Under the Tuscan Sun and A Year in Provence gave the reader a sense of place via the foods of the area, this beautiful book conveys what is most wonderful about Portland." Marcy Blum, celebrity event planner
Celebrating Portland's best restaurants and eateries with recipes and photographs,Portland, Oregon Chef's Table profiles signature "at home" recipes from over 40 legendary dining establishments. A keepsake cookbook for tourists and locals alike, the book is a celebration of Portland's farm-to-table way of life.
About the Author
Laurie Wolf was the food editor at Child
magazine for eighteen years. She is also an accomplished food stylist whose work has been featured in Vogue, New York
, and more. She is the author of Candy Countdown
and The Do It Myself Cookbook
, among others. Visit her at foodfiendpdx.com.
Bruce Wolf, an award-winning photographer, has shot commercial photography for numerous clients, including Martha Stewart, Vogue, New York, Architectural Digest, Viking, Jenn Air, G.E., and more.