It's Always About the Food by the Monday Morning Cooking Club
Their third book of heirloom recipes and new classics
After ten years and two best-selling cookbooks, the unstoppable Monday Morning Cooking Club returns with a third book containing heirloom recipes and new classics collected from the global Jewish diaspora.
It’s Always About the Food is the result of an international search for the most-loved dishes that have been delighting family and friends for years and have nurtured communities from Cardiff to Nova Scotia to New York, from Sydney to Johannesburg to Jerusalem.
The Monday Morning Cooking Club has collected, tested and curated this volume of recipes, in the process discovering stories of immigration and survival, joy and sorrow, family and connection.
"Food from the home is my ultimate, especially when it has been tried, tested and loved by the Monday Morning Cooking Club" – Bill Granger
With a focus on the most sought-after family recipes, not from a restaurant or a test kitchen but from the very heart of the home, It’s Always About the Food reflects the power of food and the ritual of cooking as a connective thread that joins us together.
The Monday Morning Cooking Club has been united for over a decade in a fiercely strong sisterhood connected by a love of sharing food and recipes.
About the authors
The Monday Morning Cooking Club is a group of five Jewish women, passionate home cooks, who have been meeting together in Sydney each Monday for over ten years to seek out and share recipes, preserve and honour the stories of their community, and cook their favourite foods.
They have built a huge online following and have won major fans in the food industry including Yotam Ottolenghi and Nigella Lawson. Their first two cookbooks, Monday Morning Cooking Club and The Feast Goes On have sold over 55,000 copies and have been published in the UK and US. For more information, visit mondaymorningcookingclub.com.au
It's Always About the Food by the Monday Morning Cooking Club is published by ABC Books/Harper Collins (Sydney, NSW; Mar 2017; Hc, 320pp, RRP A$49.99). It will be available in bookshops from 27th March 2017 and can be found to purchase online via booko.com.au »
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