Art and Cooking
What happens when you ask leading chefs, culinary writers, bakers and other inspired foodies to conjure up a recipe for museum tableware and actually serve it on these precious, often centuries-old objects?
The Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics in the Netherlands asked almost 50 cooks from East and West to take their inspiration from the origin, shapes and decorations of an equal number of objects from the museum’s bountiful collection. The result is a unique cookery book with recipes from all over the world, ranging from soups and salads, to meat, fish and vegan dishes, and from starters to cakes, biscuits and desserts.
Marvel at the splendid photographs and the fascinating stories about the objects and be inspired by the delicious food presented on beautiful ceramics from the past and present.
With recipes by:
Fábio Alvez, Jean Beddington, Meltem Beker en Deniz Ahmet Köse, Dennis van den Beld, Arjan Bisschop, Amir Masoud Boroun, Sven Chartier, Tso Min Cheng, Jeroen en Lars van Dongen, Bas van Dorland, Peppe Guida, Xiao Han Ji, Gwan Liat Ho, Cees Holtkamp, Nao Ishizaka, Giel Kaagman, Ryoji Kojima, Ola Lanko, Vanja van der Leeden, Mari Maris, Fadi Fatimeh Masri, Maroeska Metz, Mutsuo Okabayashi, Alan Oostrom, Yotam Ottolenghi, Sunghye Park, Jamie Penaloza, Jaymz Pool, Titti Qvarnström, Adriaan van Raab van Canstein, Tim Raue, Claudia Roden, Begoña Rodrigo, Dick Soek, Rosarin Sriprathum, Wim Teeuw, Danny en Mike Tsang, Erkan Türkman, Suvannee Vangsiripaisal, Edwin Vinke, Nickey Vlierhuis en Pieter van de Pavoordt, Regula Ysewijn