Shooting and Styling, a Korean American Cookbook
- 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Monday May 23, 2022
- Demo Kitchen |
MOFAD and Ace Hotel Brooklyn present: Shooting and Styling, a Korean American Cookbook
How do you shoot and style a cookbook that accurately reflects the author’s writing and story, especially when that story is an intimate expression of the author’s connection to food, family and heritage? What goes into making a shot list, sourcing props and cooking 100 recipes for a cookbook shoot?
Cookbook writing is a beast, but creating the art is a carefully orchestrated symphony of moving parts.
Join us for an evening with New York Times columnist and cookbook author Eric Kim as he moderates a panel with his creative team, Jenny Huang (photographer), Beatrice Chastka (prop stylist) and Tyna Hoang (food stylist) on what it took to make the NY Times bestselling Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home.
Tickets include a soju cocktail and tastes of the Fried Chicken, Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Sour Cream, and Black Sesame Rice Cake from Korean American.