"When I first encountered Diner and Marlow & Sons, it was apparent that they had set a new standard for how restaurants can affirm a sense of place and belonging. I cannot think of another restaurant that has brought together the principles of craftsmanship, community, sustainability, and design so seamlessly as Andrew, Kate, and their family of Brooklyn restaurants. This book is equally a love letter to the staff and community surrounding the restaurants, as it is an essential read for the professional or home cook. It speaks to a better understanding of how to create food experiences that are eclectic, expressive, and seemingly effortless."
“I hate to think that my gluttony (which per se is a sin) causes a cascade of other sins such as environmental problems and animal suffering. Tarlow’s food corals my gluttony leaving it just at what it is: a love of eating well.”