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After years of unhealthy snacks and late-night meals, chef Marco Canora adopted a diet that brought him back to health, which he shares in this cookbook free of gimmicks, full of real nutritional information, and focusing on simple, natural, well-made food.
As a chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, MARCO CANORA has been doing his part to promote delicious, simple, and healthful food. Since 1996, his Italian-inflected cooking at Hearth (in Manhattan's East Village), his former restaurant Insieme, and his small plates at the wine bar Terroir (now in three different locations in NYC, including on the Highline) has earned critical acclaim. He has cooked at Gramercy Tavern and at Craft with Tom Colicchio, and his previous cookbook, Salt to Taste, was nominated for a James Beard Award in 2009. He was a contestant on Food Network's Next Iron Chef and teaches cooking classes each summer in Tuscany. He lives in New York.
"In A Good Food Day, Marco makes a compelling case that healthy eating begins with the simple act of cooking." --Tom Colicchio "I have always loved Marco Canora--we became friends through years of greenmarket trips and our shared love of great local ingredients. Now I have a window into how Marco eats and stays healthy. I love these clever and easy recipes like his 'overnight' oats, and his nods to childhood reminiscence like his 'Ode to Orange Julius'... This is a book for practical use at home, a way to eat better without sacrificing appeal or great flavor!"--Alex Guarnaschelli