Learn to cook like your favourite producers.
Objekt, Alva Noto, Matias Aguayo, Suzanne Ciani and Dorian Concept are among the names to have contributed to The Pyjama Cookbook, a free offering from the newly launched KORG Germany. Compiling recipes for food and drinks from KORG staff, affiliates and beyond, the cookbook is described as “a guide to self-feeding” and was compiled by KORG Germany employees including CEO Tatsuya Takahashi.
“As our small team of Verena, Lydia, Max and I clamber to get KORG Germany off the ground, we occasionally swap cooking recipes,” Takahashi writes in the book’s forward. “What a lifesaver. Because who isn’t tired of their own cooking by now? And why not collect more and share? The aim of The Pyjama Cookbook is to share the favourite concoctions from our friends from all parts of music, in the hope of instilling solidarity and encouraging friendship during these extraordinary times. Well. It’s also just for laughs. Have fun.”
Highlights include Objekt’s recipe for soda bread, Interstellar Funk’s Dutch apple pie and Deradoorian’s palak paneer. The cookbook is available to download from the KORG Germany website, free of charge, from today.
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Introducing The Pyjama Cookbook – a free digital cookbook from the Korg Germany team where we share the favourite food and drink concoctions of our friends from all parts of music, in the hope of instilling solidarity and encouraging friendship during these extraordinary times. View and download the cookbook via http://korg.berlin – link in bio. Enjoy! Design: #DanSolbach Music via www.bensound.com Featuring recipes from @alisontavel @alvanoto @afrorack @caryshuws #DaveSmith @deradoom @dorian_concept #FumioMieda #GirtsOzolins #GudrunGut @hielehiele @interstellarfunk @loopopmusic #LydiaGlup @marco_passarani @markverbos @donmatiasaguayo #MaxemilianRest #MortonSubotnick @joanlabarbara @pkirn #PiotraRaczynski #SolitaryDancer @sevwave @audiopotato @thomas_fehlmann @objekttt @vasek_matejovsky @verenagl_p @bastlinstruments @ericasynths @madeinpolyend @sequential_llc @verboselectronics