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The Ladies' Village Improvement Society Cookbook
Eating and Entertaining in East Hampton
By (author): Florence Fabricant Photographs by: Doug Young Foreword by: Martha Stewart
Florence Fabricant ,

Photographs by :

Doug Young ,

Foreword by :

Martha Stewart

Imprint:

Rizzoli

ISBN:

9780847865192

Product Form:

Hardcover
Hardcover
English

Audience:

General Trade
Apr 07, 2020
$60.00 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

10.28in x 8.32 x 1.1 in | 3.04 lb

Page Count:

256 pages

Illustrations:

150-200 COLOR AND B/W PHOTOGRA
Rizzoli
COOKING / Entertaining
A delicious melding of traditional taste with the flavors of the Hamptons, this cookbook offers 100 recipes for entertaining as well as for everyday meals.

Gifted with waters brimming with local fish and with farmland that produces a bounty of fruit and vegetables, the Hamptons have long been a destination for food lovers. Now, one of the most historic organizations on the island pairs with legendary food writer Florence Fabricant to capture the local color through a collection of recipes from members of the Ladies’ Village Improvement Society, renowned chefs and celebrities who live or vacation in East Hampton (including Martha Stewart, Ina Garten, Hilaria Baldwin, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Eli Zabar), and favorite local figures like farmers and vintners.

Organized into twenty menus, including “Dinner After the Movies,” “Autumn Catch,” and “Lunch by the Pool,” the recipes encompass the uniquely broad range of gatherings, from special-occasion celebrations to casual family meals or big beach picnics for a crowd. Vibrant original photographs shine a light on the freshness and originality of the food and the local spots from beaches to farm stands, while historical photographs and anecdotes from the Ladies’ Village Improvement Society archives and local newspapers express the best of Hamptons eating.

LOCAL COLOR MEETS GLOBALLY KNOWN NAMES: A foreword by Martha Stewart, and recipes from her, Ina Garten, Eli Zabar, Hilaria Baldwin, Craig Claiborne, Alex Guarnaschelli, and other food and entertainment celebrities weave together with classic recipes from LVIS members past and present. This is like the ultimate Junior League cookbook, taken to the next level with boldface names.

A CENTERPIECE OF LVIS’S 125TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS: Since its inception 125 years ago, the Ladies’ Village Improvement Society has published thirteen cookbooks for its members and local readers. For its first ever trade cookbook, LVIS will roll out the red carpet and feature the book as a centerpiece of their anniversary celebrations.

TRADITION WITH A TWIST: Classics reinvented, new dishes courtesy of creative chefs and home cooks: these are recognizable flavors with plenty of brilliant surprises, gorgeously captured in original photography dripping with color in a fresh, modern style.

The Ladies’ Village Society of East Hampton is a 125-year-old nonprofit established for the preservation of historical landmarks, parks, greens, and trees in East Hampton and the surrounding area. Florence Fabricant is an acclaimed food writer who contributes regularly to the New York Times. She is the author of thirteen cookbooks.

Author Residence: NYC

Author Hometown: NYC

Marketing: Launch party/event with author and society



Publicity: Review coverage expected in Bon Appetit, Cooking Light, Saveur, Lucky Peach, Sweet Paul, NYT Food Section,

Food sections of general interest publications including Women’s Day, Redbook, Family Circle, O the Oprah Magazine, etc.

Syndicated food columns nationwide.

Radio pitches to America’s Test Kitchen Radio and NPR/Splendid Table.

Online outlets of all above mentioned plus Delish, Fox Foodies, Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, Food 52, Daily Meal, etc.

"...The Ladies’ Village Improvement Society Cookbook: Eating and Entertaining in East Hampton gathers a carefully curated selection of 21 menus with more than 100 recipes from LVIS members, notable chefs and a few celebrity friends—all meeting Fabricant’s well-honed set of standards. The result is a hefty, 250-page tome filled with fabulous photos by Doug Young (as well as vintage images), history and lore from professional editor, ghostwriter and LVIS member Bess Rattray, and a foreword by Martha Stewart." —DAN'S PAPER

"This edition is a lavish 256-page book, illustrated with more than 200 photos by Doug Young. It features more than 100 recipes for food and drink, grouped into 20 menus, with directions on how to splendify everything from everyday meals to poolside lunches. In addition, there are strawberry-and tomato-themed celebrations to feature items from the East End’s famed local produce." —THE INDEPENDENT

"Written with a similar spirit to a Junior League cookbook, albeit one with a Northern twist and some celebrity cameos, The Ladies’ Village Improvement Society Cookbook (Rizzoli; $45) marks the 125th anniversary of the well-known beach town’s nonprofit with a collection of its members’ recipes including some from Martha Stewart and Ina Garten." —ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES

"If the outside world’s impression of East Hampton is that of buxom and pale hydrangea Macrophylla bowing to the ocean breeze, tables laden all’aperto with crisp blue linens and shiny white Apilco porcelain, wealth and celebrities, country clubs and fabulous restaurants, well, then, this glossy quasquicentennial “The Ladies Village Improvement Society Cookbook” will firmly cement that impression." —EAST HAMPTON STAR

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