NYC Flavor Cooking Demonstration with Tracey Ceurvels
Inspired by the local shops in her New York neighborhood, Tracey Ceurvels began cooking with exotic ingredients and writing about her experiments on her trendsetting blog, “The NYC Kitchen,” in 2010. Since then Tracey has tested hundreds of beautiful recipes, and shared the warmth of her friendly home kitchen with each reader. A food and travel journalist with pieces published in The Boston Globe, The New York Times, and Relish, and with copywriting experience at magazines such as Vogue and Condé Nast Traveler, Tracey’s well-earned writing chops pair perfectly with her easygoing personality and lush recipes to make a collection of recipes home cooks and adventurous chefs alike can enjoy.
Inside NYC neighborhood stores, stimulated by scent, color, and flavor, our imaginations flourish…
In The NYC Kitchen Cookbook, Tracey shares her tasty adventures with foodie fans nationwide and explains how to use the flavorful ingredients found in NYC to make simple yet sensational meals for any occasion. Families especially can enjoy Tracey’s dedication to cooking with her young daughter (featured prominently on her website and in photos in the cookbook too), and the warm bond they share over their culinary creations.
The NYC Kitchen Cookbook draws inspiration from food stores and markets that make NYC one of the most diverse and appetizing destinations of the world. Unique ingredients and the NYC shops they're sourced from are the stars of Tracey's recipes. But even if NYC shops are miles away, ingredients can also be found in markets nationwide and online, making The NYC Kitchen Cookbook a convenient and diverse recipe guide for every day of the week, and for home cooks nationwide.
Tracey Ceurvels is a food and travel journalist and the creator of popular cooking and lifestyle blog The NYC Kitchen. She has been published in the Boston Globe, the New York Times, the New York Daily News, Relish, and Time Out, among other places. Tracey resides in Brooklyn, New York, with her daughter, Sabrina. Visit her at http://newyorkcity.kitchen.