A Work in Progress: Notes on Food, Cooking and Creativity by Rene RedzepiA Work in Progress is the highly anticipated follow-up to Rene Redzepis James Beard and IACP Award-winning cookbook, Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine (Phaidon).
A Work in Progress is a collectible set of three beautifully designed books: a cookbook with 100 new recipes from Noma; a personal journal written by Redzepi in which he explores creativity, innovation, and the meaning of success; and a pocket book of candid, Instagram-style snapshots featuring the influential chef and his team. Offering unprecedented insight into the inner workings of the worlds best restaurant, this is sure to be one of the most popular gift books this holiday season.
A Work in Progress: A Journal
A Work-in-Progress journal can be created at any time. This is a reversing journal that determines the value of your work-in-progress at a point in time. You will need to do this at the end of the financial year, and possibly at each month end. The journal is created by scanning all pending job sheet items dated on or before the journal date. The expense items in these are summarised by account code and by work-in-progress account.
Editions: Hardback English. A Work in Progress: A Journal is a highly personal document of the creative processes at noma and the challenges faced by its chefs over a twelve-month period in an unspecified year of the restaurant's history. After a month of vacation, Redzepi made a resolution to keep a journal and to dedicate a year to the creativity and well-being at noma.
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His viewpoint and approach emerge throughout this new publication by way of a first-person narrative. This follows the process of discovery, creation and refinement, and profiles the struggle, determination and teamwork required to embrace and make the most of the ingredients of each new season. As you would expect from a journal this is delivered alongside the day to day, a transcript of a TedX talk, lists of work delegation, talk of dreams, moments of frustration and visceral scene setting. Yet, it can be a mysterious and private process with the dishes being canonised rather than the individual struggles and methodology that came with their creation. These are structured in a way that contextualises but also mythologies, aestheticises and furthers the archetypal fray of artistic endeavour, less so the daily trials, the push and pull of pragmatism, creative leaps and the unpredictability of natural ingredients.