Foodheim by Eric Wareheim
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Foodheim by Eric Wareheim is the culinary bible for modern food freaks, showing you how to throw epic parties, suck the marrow out of life, and cook better than your grandmother.
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About Foodheim by Eric Wareheim
Foodheim by Eric Wareheim takes readers deep into his foodscape with chapters on topics like circle foods (burgers, tacos), grandma foods (pasta, meatballs), and juicy foods (steak, ribs). Alongside recipes for Chicken Parm with Nonna Sauce, Personal Pan Pep Pep, and Crudite Extreme with Dill Dippers, you will discover which eight cocktail recipes you should know by heart, how to saber a bottle of bubbly, and what you need to do to achieve handmade pasta perfection at home.
Written with award-winning cookbook editor Emily Timberlake and featuring eye-popping photographs and art chronicling Wareheim’s evolution as a drinker, how to baby your pizza dough into pie perfection, and more, Foodheim is the ultimate book for anyone who lives to eat.
About Eric Wareheim
Director and actor Eric Wareheim might be known for his comedy, but his passion for food and drink is no joke. For the last fifteen years, he has been traveling the world in search of the best bites and sips, learning from top chefs and wine professionals along the way. His devotion to beautiful natural wine, the freshest seafood crudos, and perfectly cooked rib-eyes is legit. And now he wants to share with you everything he’s learned on this epic food journey.
Praise for Foodheim
“Anyone can cook, but only the fearless can be great. Eric is fearless, curious, creative; his door is always open for the unexpected. Eric can cook, and this book shows us how much he loves it.”—Massimo Bottura, chef, Osteria Francescana
“A book with all the recipes to Wareheim’s insanely delicious secret sauces? And a sneak peek at the man behind the curtain?? I’ll take two please . . . extra crispy!!!”—Jack Black, actor