JWT Brazil created an interactive cookbook entitled The Bible of Barbecue for leading Brazilian cookware line Tramontina.
Pages of the book can actually be utilized to create authentic Brazilian barbecue. One page, for example, breaks apart into charcoal to start the fire, while another can be used to sharpen your knife. There’s also a cutting board, salt to season the meat, an apron, tin foil, and even a serving dish. It’s a fun idea, which JWT describes as “a sensory fusion of tactile experience, visual design, and most importantly a tribute to the brilliant flavors that result from expert cooking.”
The Bible of Barbecue has been shared with master barbecue chefs in Brazil, and a version will soon be available in select bookstores. Check out the case study video above to learn more, and stick around for credits after the jump.
Agency: JWT Brazil
Title: The Bible of Barbecue
Chief Creative Officer: Ricardo John
Head of Art: Fabio Simões
Art Director: Lucas Reis
Photography: Régis Fernandez
Production Company: Santa Transmedia
Director: Gustavo Gripe
Director of Photography: Raul Krebs
Audio Production: Antfood
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