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Eat Your Heart Out: The Look Good, Feel Good, Silver Lining Cookbook Hardcover – February 8, 2016
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Dean Sheremet graduated at the top of his class from the French Culinary Institute, after which he joined the kitchen of the celeb hotspot Nobu 57 in New York City. Following his time at Nobu, Sheremet earned a spot in one of the most coveted kitchens in the world, Jean Georges, where he refined his techniques in the fast-paced world of a 3-star Michelin kitchen. He recently left Jean Georges to combine his love for food and entertaining. He appears regularly on television: Access Hollywood, CBS The Talk, Fox’s Good Day LA, and Hallmark Channel’s Emmy-nominated talk show Home and Family; he also contributes to Cosmopolitan, US Weekly, Foodily and The Daily Meal.
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Dean, if you want to be a cook then cook. If you want to talk about your wife, talk about the one you're supposed to be currently in love with.
Update: I've tried the pizza, steak with chimichurri, chocolate chip cookies with caramel sauce, and tomatillo salsa so far. All tasted excellent.
So many wonderful new recipes - from simple hummus and coconut chai pudding to complex tastes and textures (ginger maple butter - YUM!) The photography is breathtaking as well, making this book a feast for more than the sense of taste.