CELEBRATING THE CULTURES
AND CUISINES OF THE GLOBE
Written and illustrated by Kathleen Bart
Distinctions for “Global Gourmet: A Multicultural Cookbook”
The San Francisco Chronicle (October 8, 2003) reviewed “Global Gourmet” in October 2003, calling it “a jolly journey-an entertaining book for anybody cooking with children at home or in the classroom”.
The Bloomsbury Review reviewed “Global Gourmet” in November 2003, stating the book is “an adventure in learning how people around the world live”.
Newsday (Sunday November 2, 2003) ran a full page feature on chef Kathleen Bart and “Global Gourmet” in the Long Island Life “Look Whoís Cooking” section.
The Los Angeles Times (October 2003) featured Kathleen Bartís Beef Negimaki recipe from “Global Gourmet”.
Associated Press and Canadian Press (December 22,2003) posted (on their international wire) a feature story on “American Diversity Cookbooks” including “Global Gourmet” along with books authored by distinguished chefs, celebrated restaurateurs and accomplished food writers. The image chosen by A.P. to accompany the wire release was the front cover of “Global Gourmet” illustrated by Kathleen Bart. This press release has been featured in newspapers throughout the United States and Canada.
The Chicago Tribune (December 17, 2003) ran a story on The African-American Cultural Festival “Kwanza”, featuring a recipe for Groundnut Stew from “Global Gourmet” created by author/illustrator Kathleen Bart.
The Orlando Sentinel (December 31,2003) featured “Global Gourmet” in an article entitled “Book Offers View of World from Table”. The article included an illustration from the book.
The Independent Publisher (October, 2003) reviewed “Global Gourmet”, placing it “among the best of the new published titles received and reviewed”.
Anita LaSpina, winner of The New York Times Librarian of the Year Award, endorsed “Global Gourmet”, calling it “a must purchase for all libraries”.
Connie Martinson, (December 12, 2003) syndicated columnist, book critic and television author interviewer, reviewed “Global Gourmet” in her column “Connie Martinson Talks Books”, writing—“fun sidebars of information and history—native recipes that are easy to follow”.
The Smithsonian Institution selected “Global Gourmet” for their museum shops . The author/illustrator plans to present and sign her book at the National Museum of American History.