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Downtime by Nadine Levy Redzepi
Hardcover $35.00
Oct 24, 2017 | ISBN 9780735216068

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“Now people can see that maybe the best cook in the Redzepi household isn’t René but Nadine! She cooks beautiful nourishing food that is simply delicious. This book is packed with the tips and secrets that make Nadine’s cooking so special.”
—David Chang

“This book is full of ideas, enthusiasm, flavour – and heart.”
—Nigella Lawson

“A wonderful collection of everyday home-cooked meals.”
—Jamie Oliver

“Obviously the Redzepi family takes their food seriously, but Nadine is in charge at home, and keeping it delicious and simple is her metier.  Her collection of recipes makes home cooking thoughtful, tasty, wholesome,  and satisfying. Most of all, they are accessible and easy enough to make on a weeknight when you want to get dinner on the table and still have time to chill.  Nearly all of the recipes in this book are simple enough for a Wednesday dinner, but are also erudite enough to make it look like I may have spent a whole Sunday putting them together.  From potato chips to Portuguese pork chops, from gyoza to Jerusalem artichokes, the message is CONGRATULATIONS—you can make this at home!  This book will soon have the tattered and dripped-on pages from many uses that are the true badges of courage in my home kitchen library.”
—Mario Batali

“This is great family cooking: inviting, achievable and simply delicious.” 
—Nigel Slater
“Nadine’s first cookbook is both beautiful and smart; full of recipes to delight and helpful words on cooking better at home. It inspires me to cook, and I promise it will inspire you as well!”
—Neil Perry 

“This book is more than a collection of delicious recipes, beautiful images and smart ideas. Nadine’s warmth and generosity are a reminder of what is important about cooking, how it binds us together with the people we love.”
—Daniel Patterson

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