Originally Posted by DJ's left nut
It will be equally interesting when it comes out in paperback for $30.
It looks really interesting, I'll give you that. It's clearly something quite different from your standard Betty Crocker Red Book or another damn Pioneer Woman cookbook, but with so much stuff available online, I'll just stick with that.
I do like my set of Good Eats hardbacks, but three of those combined cost less than $100.
The Modernist Cuisine at Home book is nothing like any of those books. And I would genuinely be really surprised if it's ever out in paperback. It's a swank book - full-color, very high quality, huge, and gorgeous.