Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes.
Eden Grinshpanis a chef, food personality, and the current host ofTop Chef Canada. After earning her culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu in London, Eden found herself chasing big flavors around the world, cooking in restaurants, and eating her way across Europe, India, Southeast Asia, and of course Israel, from which her family hails. She conceptualized, produced, and hostedEden Eats, her first culinary travel show for the Cooking Channel. Her career in television sparked, Eden then went on to host and judge a multitude of television shows, including,Log On and Eat with Eden GrinshpanandChopped Canada. Eden lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Ido, and their daughter, Ayv.
“Eating Out Loud oozes Eden’s culinary perspective
and overall hotness. From the Tahini Caesar to Lemony Mejadra with
Extra, Extra-Fried Shallots, she brings new life to everyday dinner
staples, making them unique to her experience and fresh to our
senses.”—Antoni Porowski, bestselling author of Antoni in the
“Cooking a recipe from Eating Out Loud is like flooding your kitchen with sunlight! The energy, warmth, and deliciousness this cookbook exudes is infectious and instantly puts me in a good mood. Eden’s food is seductive, unfussy, superfresh, and always flavor forward. Just like her! I’d happily bask in its glow from morning ’til night . . . and sop up every drop!”—Gail Simmons, food expert, TV host, and author of Bringing It Home
“This is the cookbook you won’t be able to put down, can cook out of every day, and comes from the heart and soul of the stunningly talented Eden Grinshpan. Deciphering the flavors and techniques of the Levant? Sure. Delicious recipes? Absolutely. And this book does more than that, taking inspiration from Eden’s childhood, where the kitchen was a safe place to express herself and passing that gift on to the readers and home cooks.”—Andrew Zimmern, traveler, chef, writer, and teacher
“I have always said that my next culinary adventure would be to dive into the foods of the Middle East. Learning a new cuisine can be intimidating, but what I love about this book is that Eden gives you the basics of typical ingredients, sauces, and flavor combinations to get you started and then turns them on their head to provide her own modern and fresh approach that leaves you wanting to explore every dish in the book.”—Missy Robbins, chef and owner of Lilia Ristorante and Misi; cofounder of Grovehouse