Eleven Madison Park

The Plant-Based Chapter
by Daniel Humm, Will Guidara, Francesco Tonelli

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An exquisitely produced set of books capturing the transformation of Eleven Madison Park, “one of the most lavishly praised” restaurants in America (New York Times), into the first plant-based kitchen ever to earn three Michelin stars.
 
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Published By Voracious

Format Hardback

Category

Number Of Pages 384

Publication Date 11/11/2011

ISBN 9780316098519

Dimensions 11.12 inches x 12.12 inches


"Eleven Madison Park is currently one of the most elegant, delicious, and creative restaurants in the country, and the reason for that is the leadership and vision of Chef Humm. He has done what many of us in the culinary world aspire to do: craft an experience that tastes delicious, that is extremely creative, and most importantly, very personal. That is what has made him a leader in the industry and Eleven Madison one of the best restaurants in the United States."

— Grant Achatz, Alinea, Chicago

"Chef Daniel Humm has clearly made Eleven Madison Park a culinary destination, continuing to evolve and develop his own personal style. His book elegantly captures the refinement and focus that have always been a hallmark of his cuisine."



— Thomas Keller, The French Laundry, Yountville

"It is quite a privilege to have Daniel Humm in New York, not just as one of our great chefs, but also as a great friend. His delicate cuisine is so well portrayed in this book, which showcases the passion and genuine talent of a modern chef."

— Daniel Boulud, Daniel, New York City

"I have always thought of Daniel as a humble, unpretentious, understated character with a sharp, clever, and generous sense of humor. Dining at his legendary restaurant, Eleven Madison Park, not only did I have the feeling of being in a quintessentially New York space, but I also found that the food reflected his personality. Eating delicious food that makes you smile and laugh, while simply having a good time, is special. We can all indulge in this same experience page by page in his book."

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"[Chef Humm's] creations have audacity without excess. Page after page, Daniel invites us to discover his world where the kitchen is at the heart of a wonderful journey."

— Michel Troisgros, Maison Troisgros, Roanne

"Daniel is a great chef, embodying everything that the term represents. His creativity, his dedication to the cuisine, his love of the ingredients, and his vision of the culinary world make him count among the greatest of his generation."

— @font-face { font-family: "Calibri";}@font-face { font-family: "Cambria";}p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; }Yannick Alléno, Le Meurice, Paris

Eleven Madison Park is the perhaps most beautiful restaurant in New York . . . a fitting backdrop to Daniel Humm's spectacular modernist cuisine, which has just received its third Michelin star. The restaurant's polish and flair are reflected in Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook, a sleek white behemoth with a silver-gray typeface and luscious photographs by Francesco Tonelli.

— The Wall Street Journal

The restaurant's crowning achievement . . . may well be this, the jewel-like Eleven Madison Park cookbook, certainly the most beautiful cookbook released in 2011. It will look great sitting on the top shelf of your cookbook collection, alongside the cookbooks from Noma, the French Laundry and Alinea.

— Huffington Post

"For those who haven't had a chance to visit the restaurant, Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook is the next best thing. The pictures in the book are about the size of a plate, and while you might not be able to taste or smell the food, the beauty of the photos will sort of make up for it."

— ABCNews.com