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Bergdorfs Is Releasing a Cookbook For Ladies Who'd Rather Lunch At Home

Brian Harkin
Brian Harkin

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If you're fancy enough to have ordered the Gotham salad at BG, Bergdorf Goodman's seventh floor restaurant, now there's a way to re-create it at home—minus the white tablecloths and contagious Ladies-Who-Lunch vibes. WWD reports that The Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook will arrive on shelves next Tuesday, March 24th.

Alongside the restaurant's signature dishes (lobster bisque, chicken Milanese, chocolate bread pudding, and cocktails from the bar), it'll also reveal recipes submitted by notable designers, stylists, and editors, including a beet secret from Patricia Field—"I love to convert beet haters into beet lovers,"—and a Brussels sprout faux pasta from Bobbi Brown: "I had to find a way around everybody's different dietary restrictions. My sons eat only brown rice pasta, our exchange student ate only white pasta, and I don't eat pasta at all."

It's currently available to pre-order on Amazon—here's the cover: