Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

JAN-FEB 2019

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38 Bibliotaph... What's Cooking Matty Matheson, chef, purveyor of positivity, and star of Viceland's It's Suppertime and Dead Set on Life, shares his favorite recipes alongside anecdotes about his youth in Canada that make his debut cookbook a highly personal endeavor. Matty Matheson—Matty Matheson: A Cookbook—hardcover, 304 pages, Abrams Books. In her debut cookbook, cheeky registered dietitian, food lover, and YouTube star Abbey Sharp shows us how she eats: healthy and nourishing meals that are packed with flavor. Many of the recipes are plant-centric and free of dairy, gluten, and nuts. Abbey Sharp—e Mindful Glow Cookbook: Radiant Recipes for Being the Healthiest, Happiest You—hardcover, 288 pages, Penguin Books Michelin-starred chef Anita Lo combines her experiences as a chef—odd hours and late-night meals—with years spent traveling and cooking around the world, to devise the ultimate guide to cooking for one. Should you find something you want to share, the recipes can easily be multiplied. Anita Lo—Solo: A Modern Cookbook For A Party Of One—hardcover, 256 pages, Random House. is cookbook tells the story of the wunderkind New York chef duo Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske, and their highly regarded Lower East Side tasting-menu restaurant Contra, and its more casual sister, Wildair. With a foreword by comedian and oenophile Eric Wareheim, the book's 85 recipes are accompanied by plated food, restaurant and travel photography. Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske with Alison Roman—A Very Serious Cookbook: Contra Wildair—hardcover, 256 pages, Phaidon. Recipient of a 2018 James Beard Award for American Cooking, Sean Sherman, an Oglala Lakota chef, dispels outdated notions of Native American fare in his debut cookbook. His collection of healthy dairy and sugar-free recipes represent a tasty introduction to the modern indigenous cuisine of the Dakota and Minnesota territories. Sean Sherman with Beth Dooley— e Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen—hardcover, 240 pages, University of Minnesota Press. Compiled by Victoria Chase

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