CuITes

60 French chefs share their favourite hangover stories and the recipe that helped them ease the pain in this anthology cookbook.

We all know hangovers call for food. Greasy foods. Spicy foods. Sweet foods. But what do great chefs cook to cure a hangover?

From Alexia Duchêne to Philippe Conticini, from Carina Soto Velasquez to Michel Roth, Michelin-star chefs and hype urban cooks welcome us in the cozyness of the morning after, with life-saving, comforting dishes.

In Cuites we’ve gathered 60 hangover recipes from France’s favourite chefs, and more than that, we’ve collected the secret boozy anecdote that inspired each dish.

To date, Cuites has sold over 7000 copies in France.

Victoire Loup is a restaurant critic, F&B consultant, and culinary host/producer who spends her life between Los Angeles and Paris.

  • Editors and publishersHuman Humans
  • ConceptArnaud Jourdan & Noëlla Neffati & Simon Cachera
  • WriterVictoire Loup
  • Editorial assistantEmma Guyot-Donahue
  • PhotographVictor Picon
  • Photographer AssistantsBenjamin Roulet & François Bellabas
  • ProducersNoëlla Neffati & Simon Cachera
  • Illustrator and Art DirectorDavid Troquier
  • LayoutFlorie Parentoux and Hortense Lauras
  • EditingGourau & Phong
  • StylistMégane Arderighi
  • Stylist AssistantMathilde Raoult
  • Food preparation and stylingNuma Muller
  • Chef AssistantsLéo Dévaux
  • Print ProducerBert Van der Heijden - Producties
  • PrinterPeter van Walstijn - Fossa Media
  • BookbinderPatrick Bakermans - Boekbinderij Brepols

À LA maISON

An intimate look at what French chefs cook at home, in 60 never-seen-before recipes.