The e-book features simple food and cocktail recipes by the world’s best bartenders and chefs. By Holly Graham.
Home Comforts: simple lockdown recipes from the world’s best chefs and bartenders has launched to raise money for the global hospitality community. The 50 Best team – inspired by their lockdown kitchen and cocktail escapades, as well as a desire to help the industry – have compiled a book of unique recipes from chefs who have featured on recent 50 Best lists, with 25 cocktail pairings from bartenders behind The World’s 50 Best Bars.
The e-book is part of the 50 Best for Recovery programme – designed to help the restaurant sector overcome the difficulties faced due to the pandemic by providing tangible financial relief and resources for the industry. All funds raised from the e-book will be given back to support the global hospitality community, more details of which can be found here.
The recipes come from a 50/50 split of female and male chefs who have featured on recent 50 Best lists, alongside 25 cocktail pairings from bartenders behind The World’s 50 Best Bars, including some of our region’s heroes such as Yangdup Lama (Sidecar, New Delhi); Beckaly Franks (The Pontiac, Hong Kong); Keith Motsi (Charles H, Seoul) and Sophia Kang (Manhattan, Singapore).
Download your copy of Home Comforts here for a minimum donation of USD$10. Anyone in the world can donate and download a copy – which is split into categories of vegetarian, fish and seafood, meat and dessert – and start cooking like some of the world’s best chefs such as Andre Chiang (Raw, Taipei), Richard Ekkebus (Amber, Hong Kong), Bee Satongun (Paste, Bangkok) and many more.
The release of Home Comforts coincides with the 50 Best organisation’s Bid for Recovery Auction, where bidders can score gastronomic experiences and rare items. Bidding on the auction opens tomorrow, July 3 and closes on July 12. Visit 50BestForRecovery.com for more information and preview the available lots here.