Cofounded by the culinary muse and James Beard winning chef, Elisabeth Prueitt, Tartine All Day hopes to empower the everyday cook to step outside his or her self-imposed box—and try something sinfully new.
Admittedly, we’re equal parts wordsmiths as we are foodies here at Bob Cut. We value the edible weight at the end of our forks much more so than say your average Apple or Google Employee.
So, when we got wind of Prueitt’s new book—a collection of 200 recipes, tips and tricks to help even the most novice of home cooks craft four-star worthy entrees—our salivary glands immediately went into an insatiable overdrive.
Tartine All Day aims to, essentially, be a go-to encyclopedia for every nutritionally sound dish; the book not only caters to the carnivore closest to you, but also gives equal justice and page real estate to vegan, vegetarian, and paleo-minded diets alike. Flipping through, what would otherwise be the best tiled Instagram of all time it it weren’t already a book, it’s clear the central notion of Tartine All Day is to teach—rather than pontificate otherwise unrealistic culinary expectations.
Reading through, you don’t, for example, feel as if you were just forcefully hit over the head with a well-seasoned rack of spring lamb.
It aims to educate the humble masses on what true culinary artistry is; it gives them both the skillsets and mindsets to craft pan-seared works of consumable art; by being accessible, Tartine All Day’s teachings become digestible.
And we’re all for that.
// Pick up you hardcover copy for $40 at your nearest Barnes & Noble. Hurry: they’re on sale right now!