How to Cook your Life Trailer



A Zen priest from Fairfax, California. Wise, clever and often surprisingly wrathful: Edward Espe Brown. Author of the famous Tassajara cookbooks, philosopher, Zen teacher and master chef.
Doris Dörrie met with Edward Brown and he told her about his life. She participated in his lectures, watched the master in the kitchen and in his cooking classes. Under Edward Espe Browns guidance, cooking is more than just providing food. Cooking, or better, knowing how to cook, is a matter of caring for yourself and others. Without romanticizing Edward Espe Brown and his work, Doris Dörrie succeeds in capturing the magic moment where practical advice unlocks wisdom and deepness.
A Zen monk shows us the sensuality of baking bread, the philosophy of radishes and the serenity of carrots. It is not just a culinary delight but also makes us a bit wiser.

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How to Cook your Life Trailer: 3 комментария

  • 13.02.2011 в 22:24
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    Does anyone know where I could find this jazz? Or who it is that performs it? I've searched but all I could find was b:sides productions.. which seemed to showcase different artists.

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  • 27.01.2015 в 12:21
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    I just watched this film (it appears to be available online now) and the main credited musicians were Martin Kolb and Florian Riedl. They have websites if you Google them. The other two musicians are Sven Faller and Mathias Götz.

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