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Chronicle Books Food & Drink Spring 2013

Chronicle Books Food & Drink Spring 2013

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Spring 2013 Food & Drink Catalog
[P] 800 759 0190 / [F] 800 286 9471 / CHRONICLEBOOKS.COM
True Blood
Eats, Drinks, and Bites from Bon Temps 
By Gianna Sobol and Alan Ball • With Karen Sommer Shalett
Recipes by Marcelle Beinvenu • Food photographs by Alex Farnum
True Blood,
 HBO’s blockbuster paranormal drama, enthralls a diverse audience of 13 million viewers (and counting). Menus at the now-famous Fangtasia and Merlotte’s Bar and Grill play a key role in the series, providing sustenance for its human characters, evoking memories of a bygone life for its vampires, and serving as a powerful symbol for the desires and carnal needs the characters harbor. It’s no wonder so many fans revel in at-home parties inspired by the food on the series! With recipes from unforgettable scenes, each entertainingly introduced by
True Blood 
’s most compelling characters, these 85 authentic bayou country recipes and 150-plus photos from the series give fans a
 taste of Bon Temps.
Gianna Sobol
 is an associate producer on HBO’s hit series
True Blood 
. She lives in Los Angeles.
Alan Ball
 is the creator, writer, and producer of the HBO original series
True Blood 
Six Feet Under.
 He lives in Los Angeles.
Karen Sommer Shalett
 is the editor-in-chief of
 magazine, and a former staff writer for New Orleans’
Marcelle Bienvenu
 is co-author of the bestselling New Orleans heritage cookbook,
Cookin’ Up a Storm.
$29.95 hc •
8 x 10 in, 224 pp, Rights: W
True Blood Drinks & Bites
By Gianna Sobol, Alan Ball, and Benjamin Hayes
Recipes by Dawn Yanagihara • Recipe photography by Alex Farnum
For the ravenous fanbase of HBO’s smash hit series,
True Blood Drinks and Bites 
 presents 45 quick and easy recipes for themed gatherings and weekly watch parties, all inspired by the series’ most notorious vampires and victims. From the creator of
True Blood 
 and his writing team, these are deliciously “in-world” appetizers, cocktails, and nonalcoholic drinks to enjoy as the drama goes down in Bon Temps. Think Scorn Fritters and Hot Dates, washed down with an ice-cold Spirit Lifter. Entertaining and packed with novelty—including quotes and commentary from the characters themselves, plus original unpublished photography from seasons 1 through 5—True Blood Drinks and Bites brings home a fun and tantalizing taste of the onscreen action.
$18.95 hc • 978-1-4521-1818-5
6 x 8 in, 128 pp, Rights: W
© 2013 Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. True Blood and related trademarks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc.
[P] 800 759 0190 / [F] 800 286 9471 / CHRONICLEBOOKS.COM
Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans 
 By Lolis Eric Elie
With a Foreword by Anthony Bourdain and Preface by David Simon • Food Photography by Ed Anderson
Inspired by David Simon’s award-winning HBO series Treme, this celebration of the culinary spirit of post-Katrina New Orleans features recipes and tributes from the characters, real and fictional, who highlight the Crescent City’s rich foodways. From chef Janette Desautel’s own Crawfish Ravioli and LaDonna Batiste-Williams’s Smothered Turnip Soup to the city’s finest Sazerac, New Orleans’ cuisine is a mélange of influences from Creole to Vietnamese, at once new and old, genteel and down-home, and, in the words of Toni Bernette, “seasoned with delicious nostalgia.” As visually rich as the series itself, the book includes 100 heritage and contemporary recipes from the city’s heralded restaurants such as Upperline, Bayona, Restaurant August, and Herbsaint, plus original recipes from renowned chefs Eric Ripert, David Chang, and other Treme guest stars. For the 6 million who come to New Orleans each year for its food and music, this is the ultimate homage to the traditions that make it one of the world’s greatest cities.
Lolis Eric Elie
 is a New Orleans native, the story editor for the HBO series
, co-producer of the documentary Faubourg Treme.
Anthony Bourdain
 is an author, television host, and writer for
. He lives in New York City.
David Simon
 is an author, television producer, and the co-creator of the HBO series
The Wire 
. He lives in Baltimore.
Ed Anderson
 is a photographer specializing in food and the people who make it. He lives in Petaluma, California.
$29.95 hc • 978-1-4521-0969-5
8 x 10 in, 240 pp, Rights: W
“Food, music, and New Orleans are all passions aboutwhich—it seems to me—all reasonable people of substance should be vocal....This book gives voice tothe characters, real and imaginary, whose love and deepattachments to a great but deeply wounded city shouldbe immediately understandable with one bite.”
 – Anthony Bourdain
WITH ESSAYS ON:Cajun vs. CreoleMadame Begue and the Beginning of BrunchSignature Sandwiches: Po-boys andPoor Boys and MuffalettasOyster Farmers: Black, Croatian, and VietnameseNew Orleans and the Invention of the Cocktail
© 2013 Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. Treme™ and related trademarks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc.

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