Cook Me a Story: A treasury of stories and recipes inspired by classic fairy tales by Bryan Kozlowski is released this week. I searched for a table of contents and some interior book shots, but couldn't find any as of when I composed this post. This looks like fun and different fairy tale cookbook if you collect those rare things--I admit I do! Which probably surprises no one here.
Combine the magic of storytelling with the fun of cooking for a truly unique mashup of cookbook and storybook.
Welcome to the enchanted world of Cook Me a Story, where the most beloved fairy tales are retold with deliciously clever recipes for families to create and enjoy together. From breakfast adventures to evening stories, anytime is a perfect time for fairy tales and food. Join the fun as children learn to cook with familiar kitchen-time tales such as Goldilocks and the Three Pears, Cinnarella, Plumbelina, and more. Cook Me a Story combines the magic of storytelling with the fun of cooking for a truly unique fairy-tale experience that begins "once upon a kitchen..."
A bachelor-degree student of The Culinary Institute of America (and an incurable bookworm), Bryan Kozlowski spends most of his free time in the library somewhere between the children's cookbooks and the folklore section. The thought of removing the long-held dichotomy between two great literary traditions led him from a traditional cooking career to one with the goal of uniting fantasy and foodmaking. Graduating valedictorian, he interned at Saveur food magazine, where he developed professional recipe writing and testing skills. After years of personal research and experimentation on the magical capabilities of the kitchen, the end result is the functional and enchanting Cook Me a Story. Bryan lives in South Florida and has written for Slate, Country Life, and other online magazines.