Well-traveled Tesssa Kiros was born in London to a Finnish mother and Greek-Cypriot father, lived in South Africa until she turned 18 and has spent time cooking in Australia, Greece and Mexico.
“The Longevity Kitchen” (Ten Speed Press), by Rebecca Katz (with Mat Edelson), links Katz’s long-running interest in a health and nutrition go along with food that tastes good.
CHICAGO – “The Pianist of Willesden Lane,” now playing at Royal George Theatre, recounts a heroic story of the late Lisa Jura’s dedication to her art as she overcame the odds during World War II to achieve her lifelong goal to become a world-class musician.
Atlanta restaurateur, winner of Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars and culinary maverick Richard Blais added another entry to his CV with the recent publication of his first cookbook: “Try This at Home” (Clarkson Potter). You just have to get past the quirky, jarring cover, even though it perfectly elucidates the book’s subtitle: “Recipes from My Head to Your Plate.”
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