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  • Work in Progress Journal Recipes and Snapshots (Year at Noma) 3 Volume Set

    Work in Progress Journal Recipes and Snapshots (Year at Noma) 3 Volume Set
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    ISBN: 9780714866918
    Publication date: 15/10/2013

    To be published late October 2013
    Journal - 175 x 220 mm
    Recipes - 220 x 267 mm
    Snapshots - 90 x 140
    648 pp (total page count for three volumes)
    300 colour illustrations
    An unprecedented insight into the inner workings of restaurant Noma and its highly creative team of chefs.
    Contains a 60,000 word journal touching upon food and cooking, plus themes of more general appeal such as creativity, ambition and collaboration.
    Contains over 100 new recipes from the world's best restaurant accompanied by images by acclaimed photographer, Ditte Isager,
    Contains never before seen behind the scenes candid imagery of Rene Redzepi and his team.

    Pages: 648
    Dimension: 267mm X 220mm
    Author: REDZEPI, RENE
    • Price: $75.00
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