Elissavet Patrikiou: Athens – The Cooking Book. Südwest Verlag (Hardcover, Cooking)

Athens – The Cooking Book

Special places, special people, and a passion for good food

Original Title: Athen - Das Kochbuch

Hardcover, 240 pages, 21.0 x 26.0 cm, 8.3 x 10.2 in.
ISBN: 978-3-517-09797-8
€ 32.00 [D] | € 32.90 [A] | CHF 43.90 * (* rec. retail price) recommended retail price

Publishing House: Südwest

Date of publication: October 14, 2019
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Elissavet  Patrikiou - Athens – The Cooking Book


The only Athens cooking book – extraordinarily well photographed and designed

This book is a declaration of love to the ancient metropolis and modern capital of Greece. In recent years Athens has become a melting pot of art, literature, subculture, and extraordinary gastronomy attracting millions of tourists.

In this culinary foray, the author Elissavet Patrikiou, who has Greek roots herself, lets Greeks show her the places and restaurants still undiscovered by common tourists – from neighbourhood cuisine to top gastronomy. She eats "Melitzanes Imam" with the street artist Cocao Rocks in his favourite restaurant; writer Petros Markaris guides her through the Monestiraki district; Giorgianna and Nick present her the kitchen secrets of the Michelin-starred "Funky Kitchen"; together with actress Georgina she eats at Fava and Saganaki in the Kerameikos district.

• Special characters present their districts, restaurants, and favourite recipes

• Recipes ranging from neighbourhood cuisine to top gastronomy

• The new generation of cooking books – extraordinarily well photographed and designed

"not only a cooking book but also a travelling guide and a true conveyor of life style! Awakens an appetite for the Greek kitchen."



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