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Thursday, September 30, 2004, 9:12PM

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Whew. We're through all eight recipes of the cookbook. You'll have to pardon our indulgence at spending so much time on the site talking about it. We spent a ton of time on it (the last 12 months to be exact). Also, this cookbook was certainly an experiment but also a dream. How could we take the unique approach here on the website and apply it to the world of cookbooks. And of course we're not done. We're still working on a way to deliver a print version, and who knows... maybe even do a second one. In the meantime thanks very much to the thousands of people who downloaded the cookbook and sent us all the great feedback.

You should also know that the cookbook was really created by a great team of people. First and foremost is Chef Scott Carsberg. We could do all the writing, photography, editing, and design we want. Ultimately the point of the book is to give you an insight into how some world class, delicious, and inventive dishes are made. Chef Carsberg provided the actual content of the book that we were lucky to build around. Peyman took some of the best food photographs I've ever seen anywhere - on the web, in print, anywhere. Jenny did incredible design work really making sure the book embodied the values that were in the food and in how we love to enjoy food. Debbie didn't just edit the book - she made sure it made sense, was clear, enjoyable, and informative. Alex prepared for days to make the recipes to make sure that they actually worked when prepared by normal human beings. Dana of Lampreia provided key assistance in the kitchen on those many early Sunday mornings. DebDu also was there early videotaping and being photographer's assistant. Hyun Joo of Lampreia, along with Lauren, Leslie, and Chris provided moral support and advice (and a few photographs from Chris). All in all a true team effort.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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