The Art of Gay Cooking: A Culinary Memoir by Daniel Isengart
English | July 9th, 2020 | ISBN: 1944853499 | 350 pages | EPUB | 50.96 MB
For Daniel Isengart, home cooking has always been an essential part of living a creative life. A cabaret performer and sought-after private chef in New York City, he knows how to deliver one delectable meal after another with the ease of a seasoned entertainer. The Art of Gay Cooking is a witty literary portrait that takes the reader from the author’s grandmother’s kitchen in southern Germany to his formative childhood years in Paris, from the attic apartment in Brooklyn Heights where he lives with his husband to his clients’ posh homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons. Alternating intimate anecdotes and wry observations about the culinary world with over 250 easy-to-follow recipes, the book explores a rich, gay life devoted to beauty and art where the home kitchen always takes center stage.