HerringA Love Story
By Daniel Rozensztroch and Cathie Fidler
Cooking / Design / Lifestyle
192 Pages / Over 200 Photographs
A long childhood friendship of authors, Daniel Rozensztroch and Cathie Fidler was the beginning of Herring: A Love Story, which traces the history and iconography of the cherished herring. Both from traditional Jewish families, Daniel, an avid collector of the herring containers that were used to marinate and serve herring, and Cathie, a writer and researcher who has put together a unique documentation of herring iconography— vintage stamps, posters, postcards, and engravings. Also included are advertisements, paintings by famous artists, and easy-to-make traditional recipes. Discover the history and influence of herring as told through the eyes of two passionate collectors.
About the Author
Daniel Rozensztroch has been a longtime consultant to the magazine Marie-Claire Maison and is now the creative director of the Merci shop in Paris, France. He is also the co-author of a series of titles in the Style Series published by Clarkson N. Potter, as well as a number of books on the subject of everyday things that include Wire and Kitchen Ceramics (Abbeville Press); Glass (Harry N. Abrams); Hangers (Editions Le Passage); and Brush (Pointed Leaf Press).
Cathie Fidler who lives in Nice, France, was a teacher of EFL for many years before publishing two novels (with Au Pays Rêvé éditions) and three collections of short stories, among which is In Hazy Zones, published in English (Edilivre éditions). She is particularly interested in history and in what has been passed down from one generation to the next. Some of the articles on her blog (http://gratitute-leblogdecathiefidler.blogspot.fr/) are posted in English.