Thursday, November 12, 2015

Craig Chapman's Real Food, Real Kitchens: New York Cookbook Blog Tour with a Spotlight and Review

I am so excited to have Craig Chapman here at Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews with a Spotlight and Review.

Thanks Craig and Cedar Fort Publishing and Media for allowing me to join your Real Food, Real Kitchens: New York Cookbook Blog Tour!

Please take it away, Craig!

About the Book

After an award-winning career in television and magazines, Craig Chapman is pursuing his passion: telling the real stories of real food and the people and cultures that bring a dish to life. Based on his popular Create TV series, these recipes take you behind the scenes and into the kitchens of chefs who are using food to change the world.

About the Author

Craig Chapman published his first magazine at the age of 15, which was a handwritten, photocopied punk rock fanzine. He moved to New York after college and worked as a television and film Production Manager at Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, Time Inc., and more. He also took time to work as a magazine Editor developing an MTV Magazine for Hearst, as a Fashion and Beauty Editor at InTouch Weekly during their inaugural year, and as a Lifestyle Editor for Seventeen.
Chapman owns OEG Media LLC which creates unscripted television, film, and multi-platform digital projects that highlight the lifestyle, drama, comedy, and challenges of real life. He is also the Founder and Producer of the national brand Real Food Real Kitchens which includes a TV series, yearly magazine, and daily web site. Real Food Real Kitchens is all about ‘Family, Food, Culture and History’; telling the story of a dish and the family and culture that bring it to life.

Please follow the rest of the tour here, thanks:

My Review:

I'm really impressed all the main neighbors of New York had their own sections and diversities of cultures which included Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island.

Everyone would certainly find something they would love to eat since there were all different cultures covered which included American Fusion, Chinese, Dominican, Filipino, French, Guyanese, Haitian, Italian, Jamaican, Japanese, Latin Fusion, Modern Mexican/Street Food, Polish, Puerto Rican, Seafood, Southern, Trinidadian, Vegan/Pan Pacific, Vegetarian BBQ, Vietnamese/Japanese and West Indian.

I really like how each person had a story to tell about their culture, a little background about themselves and the food they love to cook!  Really enjoyed looking at the pictures that accompanied the recipes.

Thanks Cedar Fort Publishing and Media for sending me this cookbook to review, greatly appreciated!

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