Chef Gillian Clark is at the end of her rope. Her checkered career in food has come to a complete halt. Maybe that’s not a bad thing. It seems like the business these past few years has been rubbing her the wrong way. She’s lost her way and forgotten why she started cooking in the first place. She left marketing to get away from the work day that set her innards a blaze and had her reaching for antacid. Now the making and selling of food has her reaching for harder stuff. Chef Gillian Clark is beyond tearing her hair out. She’s ready to jump. And as she sinks to the bottom of the Potomac River, her 20 years of life in food spills over into her semi-consciousness. Played out before the reader is this oxygen deprived look at what should have been a great career. Just $15
Out of the Frying Pan is an empowering memoir that traces Gillian Clark's rise from a beginner to a top chef. But managing a kitchen also taught her about parenting. With a wealth of experience and wisdom, and a healthy dash of humor, Gillian now shares her life's recipes, from the solutions she cooked up for parenting challenges to her favorite culinary creations. Copies are limited order yours today and get it signed for just $22.
Chef Gillian Clark has built a strong national reputation as a no nonsense interpreter of classic American cuisine. After working for almost 11 years in publishing and communications, Gillian answered a life-long calling to cooking.
She opened her own restaurant, Colorado Kitchen in 2001 and proved that people will travel to a tiny, out of the way spot for incredible food and a restaurant where American cuisine is alive and well. The little restaurant with a huge following was featured on The Food Network, local and national media, including the New York Times.
The General Store and Post Office Tavern was Gillian's seventh restaurant opening--her second as Chef and Owner. This time Gillian focused on American road food. The General Store featured comfort food for the traveler. Except on Sunday's where Gillian entertained diners with her Sunday Dinner flights of fancy--Lobster Newburg, Veal Scallopini--classic, sit-down meals. It is here where her fried chicken stole hearts and minds.
Loved by Guy Fieri, challenged by and victorious over Bobby Flay; the fried chicken has an international fan base and a home at BAGOCK Fried Chicken & Doughnuts in Brooklyn, NY.