Chin Chin - Feed Me
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So much more than a restaurant, Melbourne's Chin Chin has become renowned as a bucket-list dining experience. 'Chin Chin - Feed Me' follow's the smash hit 'Chin Chin - The Book', with a fresh take on the restaurant's relaxed 'feed me' menu option. This second publication is an easy-going invitation to take chef Benjamin Cooper's Thai-influenced recipes to picnics, parties and anywhere else you want to seriously impress your friends.
Pairing Benjamin Cooper's now famous recipes with comic illustrations by Sacha Bryning (to tap into restaurateur Chris Lucas' flair for irreverence and colour), and photographs by Adrian Lander, 'Chin Chin - Feed Me' evokes a sense of the mind-blowing gastronomy and dining adventure that keeps queues snaking down Melbourne's Flinders Lane.
'Chin Chin - Feed Me' is designed for use as a practical cookbook and includes hacks to demystify Cooper's sometimes complex recipes, but it doubles as a window into the restaurant's success by including stories, asides and recipe notes. This is a larrikin mix of coffee table book, oral history, and cookbook with a splash of fierce, effortless style.
Self published (and notoriously difficult to get your hands on) Melbournalia is proud to stock both 'Chin Chin - Feed Me' and - the original cookbook 'Chin Chin - The Book'.
Author: Benjamin Cooper.