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In Good Company

Easy Recipes for Everyday Gatherings

Corbin Tomaszeski with Karen Geier

Corbin Tomaszeski is a chef who brings meaning back to the world of food. As a reputable chef who has hosted popular Food Network shows such as “Dinner Party Wars,” “Restaurant Makeover,” and “Restaurant Takeover,” Chef Corbin loves to communicate through food.

“Taking time out to cook a delicious meal is never a waste. These simple and hearty recipes give new meaning to comfort food.”

—Mark McEwan, chef, author, and Top Chef Canada judge

Book Description

 

Chef Corbin Tomazeski believes that everyday connections are made through cooking and eating delicious easy-to-make meals. In Good Company features more than 100 satisfying recipes—from hearty breakfast fare, savoury small plates, and super salads to tasty mains and favourite desserts—that are perfectly suited for sharing. Good food, good life.

PRAISE

“Taking time out to cook a delicious meal is never a waste. These simple and hearty recipes give new meaning to comfort food.” —Mark McEwan, chef, author, and Top Chef Canada judge

In Good Company offers us a glimpse into Chef Corbin’s world, one that is full of love, laughter, and delicious, yet accessible, recipes.”—Vikram Vij, chef and author of Vij’s and Vij’s at Home

In Good Company is fresh and flavour-packed with a heaping dose of tradition.” —Amy Rosen, author of Toronto Cooks and Toronto Eats

“With gorgeous pictures, delicious recipes, and wonderful kitchen stories, this cookbook inspires me to create new memories with my own family. Chef Corbin is magic in the kitchen.” —Rick Campanelli, television and radio personality

“Chef Corbin is one of the most talented chefs that I have ever met. In Good Company is filled with fun, tantalizing, easy-to-make recipes. Bon appétit!” —Christine Avanti, author of Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads

“With this book, even a novice like me can tie on an apron and prepare some fabulous fare in the kitchen.”  —Noah Cappe, actor and television host

“Toronto TV chef Corbin Tomaszeski has produced the kind of cookbook that is likely to end up food-spattered and bulging with notes and recipe clippings. In other words, a much-used help in the kitchen.” —Julian Armstrong, Montreal Gazette

 

  • hardcover
  • 8.5 × 9.5 inches
  • 208 pages
  • 978-1-77327-000-5
  • $34.95
  • May 2018