Take a bite out of Luxembourg!
In her third cookbook, food journalist Anne Faber explores the cuisine of her homeland, giving traditional Luxembourg dishes an original twist and cooking with local, seasonal ingredients. From Judd mat Gaardebounen Cannelloni and Mettwurscht Muffins to Kachkéis Fondue and Bamkuch squares, Anne’s recipes bestow beloved classics with a unique touch. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photos taken around the country, this is Luxembourg cuisine like you’ve never tasted before!
Anne Faber is a TV chef and food journalist based in Luxembourg.
Born and raised in Luxembourg, Anne moved to the UK in 2003 to pursue her studies. She graduated with an MA in English Literature from University College London (UCL) and went on to do a postgraduate degree in Journalism at City University London, specializing in food and drink writing.
Anne has worked as a TV producer for APTN, ZDF and RTL, and ate her way around London as a restaurant critic for Time Out London. In 2010, she started her food blog Anne’s Kitchen, which was awarded a Digital Food Award by Food & Wine magazine in the US in 2013. Anne accomplished a 2-months culinary training course at Alain Ducasse in Paris in the summer of 2015.
Anne’s first cookbook, which was published in 2013, focused on British cuisine. Her second cookbook (2014) featured recipes inspired by her travels to Barcelona, Istanbul and Berlin. In this third cookbook, Anne explores the cuisine of her homeland, Luxembourg. Anne has her own prime time TV show on RTL Télé Letzebuerg, which accompanies her books.