From the founders of the trendsetting magazine Cherry Bombe, known for its coverage of both food and fashion, comes a beautifully photographed cookbook of 100 recipes and cooking tips from the best women in food today, including those who serve it, make it, style it, and more
KERRY DIAMOND is the cofounder and editorial director of Cherry Bombe, a biannual indie magazine about women and food. Formerly the editor in chief of Yahoo Food, she is co-owner of Nightingale 9, Wilma Jean, and Smith Canteen in Brooklyn. CLAUDIA WU is the cofounder and creative director of Cherry Bombe and was a creative consultant at Yahoo Food. She also runs a design and creative agency.
"Your kitchen shelf ... needs a hard copy of this bubblegum-pink book fresh off the press." --Vogue
The cookbook is as fun, surprising, diverse, and drop-dead
beautiful as the contributors it features. Scratch-made manicotti,
crab cakes with corn salsa, and classic yellow cake with chocolate
frosting are, like everything in this book, totally delicious,
eclectic home-runs. --Goop "Will look great casually splayed
on your kitchen counter." --Elle "The momentum continues with the
release of [this] collection of recipes from a "Bombe Squad" of 100
contributors." --WSJ Magazine "Diamond and Wu are leading a bona
fide movement to change the way women are represented in the food
world." --Nylon "[A] fun-filled celebration of cooking and
dining." --Eater.com "Offers a lot of bang for your buck."
"A beautiful extension of the magazine, with a striking bubble-gum pink cover and a compilation of recipes from women Diamond and Wu admire." --MarthaStewart.com "The pink cover ... gives a clue to the vibrant recipes inside. And they truly impress." --Cool Hunting "A collection of dynamo women and their equally inspiring recipes." --Domino "A beautifully photographed compendium of modern recipes from women in the food world. Overall this eye-catching and spirted volume celebrates culinary diversity while retaining a cohesive feel." --Publishers Weekly "Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu built a community of women in food." --The Globe and Mail "The colorful images in the book look enticing, but also steer clear from looking fussy." --Cool Hunting