Esquire writes about the original Take Ivy with photographs by Teruyoshi Hayashida and admits that can’t wait for this fall re-release of the book that presents the iconic Ivy League style from the 1960s.
"Everyone thinks that loving food is to eat with gusto and finish in 20 seconds. That isn’t loving food. That’s just the warm sensation in your belly, which can very easily turn into bloat. So we always say to people, if you really love food, you would take your time. What’s the point of saying you make the best risotto, getting all the ingredients, taking the time to cook it, and then it’s all gone in an hour?”
"Their message is simple: you should eat good food that makes you feel good. The recipes that they’ve developed in their book are just that, from a black bean brownie (seriously, it’s insanely good) to pastas made from vegetables, they present a fresh take on treating your body well."