Andrew Tarlow, the acclaimed owner of Diner, Marlow & Sons, Marlow & Daughters, Reynard, and the Wythe Hotel, is credited with putting the Brooklyn dining scene on the map. In his debut cookbook, he collects a year's worth of memorable feasts and intimate dinners, inspired by the food from his restaurants.
Andrew Tarlow's restaurants are characterized by food that is straight-forward without being boring, beautiful without being fussy, and crowd-pleasing without being dumbed down. He brings this same keen eye for what people want to eat in Dinner at the Long Table, a cookbook organized around a year of menus ranging from intimate gatherings to blow-out celebrations. From large, festive paella parties to celebrate the end of summer, to lazy, mid-winter slow-cooked ragus for intimate pasta dinners, Tarlow's recipes are evocative of a time and place, and bring all of the romance and joie de vivre of a meal in one of his restaurants into the home. This beautiful, usable, and very personal cookbook is an invitation to live well throughout the year.
Published September 27th 2016 by Ten Speed Press
ISBN1607748479 (ISBN13: 9781607748472)