O.G. Charleston chef Frank Lee recently released his cookbook The SNOB Experience with recipes from his years at long-standing eatery Slightly North of Broad. The book covers SNOB classics like beef carpaccio and seasonal favorites like softshell crab. The restaurant opened in 1993, so Lee has a lot to pull from. The book also dives into the chef’s role in the Charleston culinary community and his relationships with local farmers.
“As much of a storybook as it is a cookbook, my hope is that guests will gain a glimpse into the heart and soul of SNOB and be inspired to recreate the restaurant’s experience in their own kitchens surrounded by friends and family,” stated Lee.
The hard cover version dropped on December 7, and Lee has hosted several events to promote the new book. Next up will be a book signing event on Friday, December 16, at 6:00 p.m. in the Mount Pleasant Barnes & Noble.