Penguin Random House – Maman: The CookbookRegular price $30.00
In this highly anticipated cookbook, we share the recipes for some of our bestselling baked goods and savory dishes, alongside brand-new ones. this collection of 100 recipes covers everything from breakfast to dessert, with a common thread of warmth and family-inspired tradition tying them all together. handed down through generations, this is food that makes you feel at home. the rustic-chic charm of our cafés saturates every page and is reflected in recipes like banana-lavender cornmeal waffles with vanilla mascarpone, our number one selling “tawni salad” with farro, sweet potatoes, and feta, and the made-famous-by-oprah, nutty chocolate chip cookie.
throughout the chapters, you’ll also find elisa’s tips and step-by-step advice on everything from prep to presentation, along with table décor and entertaining ideas. we’ve also shared some of most beloved coffee and tea drinks and a few party-perfect cocktails.
blending the allure of new york city with beloved french café culture, the maman cookbook encourages the francophile in you to create sweet and savory homemade favorites and special moments in your own kitchen. when cooking and baking through the book, don’t be afraid to get a little messy, add your own twist, or jot down notes on the page—just like your maman used to do. we hope our cookbook brings you delicious, beautiful memories in your kitchen and home.
ELISA MARSHALL & BEN SORMONTE
elisa marshall & benjamin sormonte are the co-founders & owners of maman. elisa, the creative director, oversees branding, communications, and events, and works with maman's chefs to develop and fine tune maman's recipes and menus. she's also a contributing columnist for martha stewart online. as the ceo, ben manages operations and business development, but he's also the creative mind behind some of maman's most beloved savory dishes. together, elisa & ben design the interiors of all maman locations, which can be found throughout new york city, as well as in montreal & toronto.
lauren salkeld is a new york city-based writer and editor. after studying pastry at the french culinary institute, she spent a decade working for food magazines and websites, including bon appétit and epicurious. she now uses her culinary and editorial background to help chefs and food personalities share their recipes and stories, by writing and editing cookbooks.