Before our age of 24/7 food shows, cooking used to be such a personal affair. It’s a skill you’d pick up from a family member or two, honing and refining it until you were finally deemed worthy of inheriting grandma’s recipe book. Inside you found dog-eared pages, delightful scents from meals long past, and handwritten notes from grandma herself about what worked, what didn’t, and why a particular dish meant so much to her. It’s this same sense of cookbook as heirloom that Sydney’s Digitalpress reproduces so beautifully in “Dish,” a volume featuring 86 recipes from 44 of Australia’s finest chefs.
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