Two years ago, Chef Steven and the Trading Dishes Team returned to the US and began to work on developing the Trading Dishes eCookbook. We went through over 42,902 pictures that were captured on the 93 days of filming around the world. We picked the photographs which we felt truly captured the Trading Dishes experience. Chef Steven then began to develop the recipes and collaborated with coauthor and food photographer Jennifer Ferneding to create the content for the eCookbook. This process required cooking and tasting every recipe in this cookbook until the dish was perfect. A very tasty process!
Shorty after the Trading Dishes eCookbook was published on iTunes and Kindle we started receiving a lot of comments. Our fans were requesting a printed version of the Trading Dishes eCookbook. They were asking to have a cookbook they could use in their kitchens and enjoy on a daily basis.
For the past year and a half we have been working to develop the 104 page printed, Trading Dishes Cookbook. We are excited to share this book as it is now available for purchase on amazon.com, TradingDishesCookbook.com and through distribution channels around the world.
We are extremely grateful to all those who were behind the scenes, spent countless hours and late nights in helping with the assembly of this cookbook. Chef Steven, Jennifer and the entire Trading Dishes Team would like to thank you again for being apart of our dream of ‘Feeding the World, One Dish at a Time’. We would also like for you to know, partial proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will be donated to the international non-profit Practical Action and to the United Nations World Food Programme.
Without your support and encouragement, the Trading Dishes Cookbook would not have been possible.
Chef Steven Ferneding