Generous, gather-round cooking.

Andrew Tarlow is the force behind a food and hospitality dynasty in New York City—6 restaurants, a bar, a hotel, and a bakery. In Dinner at the Long Table, he, along with Anna Dunn and Scarlett Lindeman, translates the magnetism and energy of those places into dishes that feel right at home in your kitchen. This isn’t a “restaurant cookbook” (no 25-ingredient impossible-to-replicate recipes)—this is “the food you most want to eat”. Recipes that comfort, indulge, and celebrate.

The beautiful, full-page photography will have you thinking you can almost smell the char on that Grilled Corn with Shrimp Butter. And you’ll want to lick the batter right off the page a spoonful of the rum-infused Drunken Sailor Chocolate Cake. Tarlow’s recipes are centerpieces at a family gathering (Cod with Polenta, Tomato, and Mint), along with all the grabby bites that crowd around them: Oysters with Sherry Butter, Morel Toast, and Olive & Rosemary Focaccia. Pass the plate, roll your sleeves up and dig in.

Find out how to make Dinner at the Long Table's Hasselback Apple Cake, here.

Comes with a signed bookplate.

  • Length: 336 pages
  • Author: Andrew Tarlow & Anna Dunn