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Art and Cook: Love Food, Live Design, Dream Art

by Allan Ben

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974308927, Hardcover)

Have you ever seen a cookbook that mixes controversy into its recipes? Have you ever come across a book that combines gourmet dishes, artwork, and political and social commentary? Have you ever experienced a book, beginning with the suggestive and unique packaging it comes in, that contains cutting-edge creative, and provocative contents that simultaneously stimulate, insatiate and exacerbate? Can a single book raise questions, stir emotions, and make you thirst for food and knowledge? Art and Cook may just be this generation's breakthrough book and it's aptly labeled by its creators as being the leader of the Revolutionary Movement.

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