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Eating at Hotel Il Pellicano Gets the Juergen Teller Touch

Eating at Hotel Il Pellicano Gets the Juergen Teller Touch

Get ready for some serious food envy with Chef Antonio Guida‘s cookbook Eating at Hotel Il Pellicano. Photographer phenom Juergen Teller captures Guida’s delicious creations from the Tuscan paradise. Whether Teller shoots top models such as Kate Moss or top cuisine, his photographs are always mouth watering. The Italian hotel is a mainstay of fashion, art, and design frontrunners, so you never know which starlet will stop by for a bite.

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Hitting bookshelves in September 2013 with an intro from Will Self, and text and recipes from Chef Guida, readers are in for a treat. Teller’s photos are larger than life in this cook book, our personal fave is the Risotto with Squid Ink, Sage, Baby Calamari and Turmeric Cream. Looking too good to eat, the rich recipe’s crisp colors jump off the page with its yellows, blacks, and touches of blue and pink. Missoni, Ponti, and Borghese; No, they’re not just guests, the two Michelin star holder of Hotel Il Pellicano, Chef Guida has dubbed a menu after each of these iconic visitors! The book published by Violette Editions featuring a mind boggling compilation – five courses from eleven menus, offering plenty of options to impress your friends’ tastebuds. here’s a peek.

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In 2011, photographers Juergen Teller, John Swope, and Slim Aarons, brought the Italian mainstay to the masses by covering the Hotel’s luxe history. In the photo book, readers are taken back to the heyday of Italy’s social scene with Emilio Pucci, Charlie Chaplin, Henry Fonda, Britt Ekland, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Susanna Agnelli as famous focal points. With an intro from Bob Colacello, edited and produced from Violette Editions, and published by Rizzoli, it was flying off the shelves and reprinted within the initial year. If the success of the first Hotel book is any hint, then the Teller touch is a recipe for success. fdmLOVES¬†Pellicano by Juergen Teller selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Mary Anderson.

Photos: Juergen Teller | artbook

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