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Peek Inside 'Classic Recipes' by Chef Brothers Max and Eli Sussman

It hits shelves March 31.

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Here's a look inside the upcoming cookbook from chefs and brothers Max and Eli Sussman. Both of the brothers have headed up prominent New York City kitchens — Max cooked at the now-shuttered restaurant The Cleveland, while Eli worked at Mile End, a restaurant inspired by Jewish delis in Montreal. Classic Recipes for Modern People is the duo's fourth book and it features 75 recipes "that reimagine classic dishes from their childhood and yours."

Divided into eight sections, the book covers topics like "TV Dinner Classics," "Breakfast Classics," and "Future Classics." Readers can expect recipes for dishes like lamb ribs cooked with hot honey, crispy beef kibbeh with tzatziki, and a tomato tart topped with an arugula salad. Classic Recipes for Modern People will be published by Weldon Owen and it hits shelves March 31. Take an early look inside the cookbook below:

Reprinted with permission from Classic Recipes for Modern People by Max and Eli Sussman, Weldon Owen 2015.