Snacky Tunes Music is the Main Ingredient by Darin and Greg Bresnitz
The team behind the longest running food podcast, Snacky Tunes, presents a one-of-a-kind book exploring chefs' profound relationship with music through never-before-seen stories and recipes
Founded in 2009 by Darin and Greg Bresnitz, the podcast Snacky Tunes served as the first platform to discuss food and music, creating a space for chefs, restaurateurs, musicians, and bands to share their stories and creative processes.
The Bresnitz brothers now present Snacky Tunes — a collection of 77 all-new candid interviews from the world's most acclaimed chefs — showcasing these soul-sustaining exchanges, in which food and music seamlessly intertwine.
The chefs share personal stories about how music plays a pivotal role in their careers-shaping identities, igniting creativity, and influencing the restaurants they build and the food they serve. Organized alphabetically, individual entries are also accompanied by a previously unpublished recipe and custom playlist crafted by each chef, showcasing how a soundtrack both sets the tone for their kitchens, restaurants and fuels their creative process.
Forwards by acclaimed Food & Drinks editor of Esquire Jeff Gordinier and Grammy-nominated musician Jaime 'EL-P' Meline from Run the Jewels.
Snacky Tunes features the innovative culinary minds of chefs like Selassie Atadika who owns Midunu in Ghana; Brazilian chef Alex Atala who owns D.O.M. in Sao Paulo; May Chow, who was touted as China's "Best Female Chef" in 2017; Pooja Dhingra, who founded the Mumbai patisserie chain Le15; Michael Fojtasek who runs James Beard-nominated Olamaie in Austin, Texas; Uruguayan-born Ignacio Mattos who cooks food that reflects his culinary education and experiences in New York City; Asma Khan, the chef-owner of the renowned Darjeeling Express restaurant in London; and Shohei Yasuda from Japan, who has Kabi in Tokyo.
A unique flexibound book with playful graphic design and typography throughout.