If food is, as Sam Sifton calls it in the preface of his latest book, See You on Sunday, an opportunity to be “part of something,” then cooking recipes from his new tome might provide some momentary bliss.
“People are lonely,” he writes. “They want to be part of something, even when they can’t identify that longing as a need.” And, for Sifton, feeding them is the simplest panacea for a case of the blues.
See You on Sunday and its over 150 recipes, offers readers a moment away from the monotony of the work week. Its dishes versatile enough for intimate Sunday dinners or elaborate feasts with a bounty of dinner guests. And will surely be a cookbook found on everyone’s shelves by February 18 (when it is due out).