26 Feb Dorothy Iannone
This cookbook began in 1969 as a notebook that Dorothy Iannone took with her to the many places she and her lover Dieter Roth went, so that she could always cook the food he loved for him. Personal sentences are interspersed between the lists of ingredients, revealing the joys and turbulence of her life and her passionate relationship. So this cookbook is no ordinary cookbook, but a colourful scribble of collected recipes, mixed with notes and drawings. Between the lines of the recipes it tells the story of life and love. It is a perfect example of how Iannone mixes daily life, creativity and thought, culminating in her vision of cooking as an outlet for eroticism and introspection.