Marc Forgione Recipes and Stories from the Acclaimed Chef and Restaurant

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Flavor comes first, but Forgione is like an artist in the way he presents food. His goal with the book is not to just present a collection of recipes but to challenge home cooks and aspiring chefs, helping them to elevate their skills in the kitchen.

Chef Marc Forgione opened his eponymous New York City restaurant in 2008 to widespread acclaim, becoming the youngest American-born chef and owner to receive a Michelin star in consecutive years. Upon winning Season 3 of Food Network’s The Next Iron Chef, Forgione joined the ranks of former and current stars and best-selling authors such as Mario Batali and Bobby Flay. He can now be seen competing as one of the stars of the beloved Iron Chef America. Forgione’s first cookbook features gorgeous photos throughout and 170 recipes with restaurant signature favorites including Chili Lobster and Chicken Under a Brick. The cookbook features not only recipes but also stories of an unlikely journey to where Chef Forgione and the restaurant are now. Flavor comes first, but Forgione is like an artist in the way he presents food. His goal with the book is not to just present a collection of recipes but to challenge home cooks and aspiring chefs, helping them to elevate their skills in the kitchen.

Marc Forgione is the chef/owner of Restaurant Marc Forgione in New York City and American Cut restaurants in NYC and Atlantic City. He is a star of Food Network’s popular Iron Chef America. 

“Hands down, Marc simply makes delicious food. His approach to cooking is thoughtful, grounded, and almost spiritual. He is inventive and often takes delicious twists on traditional kitchen classics. This collection is sure to inspire chefs of all levels.” 
Ming Tsai, award-winning chef, author, and host of PBS’s Simply Ming

 

“This book offers a look inside the mind of a great chef. Marc has put together a great collection of fun, creative, and technique-driven recipes that are guaranteed to make you a better cook!” 
Alfred Portale, chef/owner of Gotham Bar and Grill