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7 menus, 56 grand meal-courses, and 28 excerpts are presented by the owner and host of Victor’s Fine Dining by Christian Bau at Schloss Berg in Germany. Each menu, each course, each dish reflects the precision, the heartfelt love of detail of his distinctive Bau-style.
bau.steine - a manifestation of Bau’s cooking philosophy, combining sophistication and simplicity, harmony and excitement. Christian Bau is passionate about making his culinary art understandable. Within the 28 courses, he uses three key components to explain the basic principles of his cooking. By reducing the courses to only its most important components and ingredients, the recipes are unmistakably clear and comprehensible – almost simple. Dishes include the “Yellow-fin mackerel with yuzu-koshu, buttermilk & caviar”, “Bar de ligne & BBQ eel with Japanese eggplant and kojyu-vinaigrette” and “Soy braised pork shoulder with corn & black garlic”.
bau.steine - is the fourth cookbook by Christian Bau, which is unparalleled in regards to culinary delights. Bau himself describes his art as being light, contemporary and cosmopolitan. Which is precisely the philosophy that he – now more perfectly than ever – expresses in his new piece of work. 7 menus, 56 grand meal-courses, and 28 excerpts are presented by the 3-star owner of Victor’s Fine Dining by Christian Bau at Schloss Berg in Germany. Each menu, each course, each dish reflects the precision, the heartfelt love of detail of his distinctive Bau-style. His culinary handwriting, decisively influenced by the French culinary culture with striking influences of the Asian-Japanese cuisine, is unmistakably unique in every respect. However, despite all its complexity and precision: Bau’s kitchen does not overwhelm but is easily accessible and delightful.
Supplementary texts in the book are presented by Dr. med. Christoph Wirtz (connoisseur of good food, who writes for renown German gourmet publications). These reveal why Christian Bau cooks the way he does. What and who shaped him – and how he ultimately found his own style. Brilliant images by Lukas Kirchgasser captivate the Bau style in a very unique, extraordinary way – and inevitably make you feel the urge to head straight to Schloss Berg, to taste these dishes for yourself.
24 x 29 cm, colored throughout