Reihenhausmannskost is a German language coffee table book exploring the lives and favourite recipes of 46 contemporary German families who live in low-cost 'row-houses'. Reihenhausmannskost follows the same concept as the South African best seller African Salad - a portrait of South Africans at home, a project exploring contemporary South Africa through the food people eat every day. This custom-bound 336-page collectable was photographed by Stan Engelbrecht and written by the South African-German-French postcard-pioneer Tatjana Buisson and well-known German author Nataly Bleuel. The book features illustrations by Elise Wessels and was designed by Gabrielle Guy. Reihenhausmannskost was produced as a collaboration with Rendel & Spitz and Deutsche Reihenhaus, and published in tandem with Callwey publishers. Reihenhausmannskost is currently only available in German.
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