Product Design

For the First Time, Here's the Cover of Tartine All Day

November 15, 2016

Elisabeth Prueitt has been a little busy: She just recently opened Tartine Manufactory with her husband, Chad Roberston, and whereas their famed San Francisco Tartine Bakery is cozy verging on cramped and focused on pastries and bread, the Manufactory is airy, sun-struck and open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. It's Tartine all the time—and so is her new book, Tartine All Day, out in April.

Prueitt let us share the book's homey, gooey cover with you all before anyone else (but she didn't save us any of the jam):

"While we looked at many options," said Prueitt of the cover selection, "we came back to this image because it represents much of what this book stands for: taking the simplest route to good food, bringing healthfulness and deliciousness together, nurturing our families and friends with homemade cooking, and carrying forward the skills of generations of home cooks coupled with my expertise as a professional chef."

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The book will be filled with 225 sweet and savory recipes—think Savory Bread Pudding with Wild Mushrooms and Bacon, Many Bean Salad with Preserved Lemon and Herbs. "I was first known for my baking," explains Prueitt, "so the image on the cover of fruit cooking down into something wonderful is a nod to my life as a working parent."

For more sneak peeks of the book, or to get constantly inspired to cook creative, homey food, follow Prueitt on Instagram (we strongly suggest it).

You can pre-order Tartine All Day; it comes out April 4, 2017.

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