Chef brothers Max and Eli Sussman are back with their fourth cookbook, Classic Recipes for Modern People (Olive Press; March 31, 2015; $25), featuring over 75 recipes that reimagine classic dishes from their childhood and yours, with a little humor baked in along the way.
True classics like “Ol’ Blue Eyes, a 1963 Corvette, a tailored suit, a dry-aged rib eye, Led Zeppelin, Tom Cruise in Risky Business” work perfectly the way they are. But Max and Eli Sussman believe that recipes should be ever expanding and evolving, a philosophy they practice in both their professional and home kitchens. That a dish “no matter how classic and iconic—has the ability to morph into something new and fantastic.”
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