ArtsATL Reviews Atlanta Ballet Dancers' "Bravo!" Cookbook

Check out ArtsATL's review of Bravo! - the Atlanta Ballet dancers' newest cookbook that they put together to support the Dancers' Resource Fund.

"I’ve read nearly every cookbook I can get my hands on and tried nearly as many recipes, so it was delightful to come across so many that were new to me. Dancer Nadia Mara contributes a recipe for Guiso de lentejas, a traditional lentil stew from her native Uruguay. In introducing the recipe, she comments that she makes a hearty batch of it as Nutcracker season approaches to keep her warm and healthy during that challenging marathon of December performances. With its red wine, smoked paprika and generous minced garlic, it seems like just the thing for cold winter nights, even if you’re not dancing the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy." - Andrew Alexander, ArtsATL

Full of personal, delicious, and international recipes, Bravo! makes a great gift for the foodie in your life. You can still purchase copies at the Atlanta Ballet Boutique at the Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre in West Midtown (1695 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 303018). Email or call 404.873.5811 x1101 to confirm Boutique hours. 

Recipe by Atlanta Ballet dancer Jacob Bush. Photo by Atlanta Ballet dancer Zachary Alden.

About the Dancers' Resource Fund:

The Dancers’ Resource Fund supports dancers as they prepare for second careers after dance. Upon retirement from the stage, dancers have used the funds for everything from college tuition to videography equipment for their career transitions.