Below Deck alum Chef Adam Glick releases Live Free Eat Well cookbook

Adam Glick on Below Deck Sailing Yacht
Adam has put Below Deck in the rearview. Pic credit: Bravo

Below Deck Sailing Yacht and Below Deck Med alum Chef Adam Glick made a major career move by releasing a new cookbook.

Adam appeared on Below Deck Med Seasons 2 and 3, bringing the drama into the galley and his personal life.

The chef also helped launch Below Deck Sailing Yacht, where he once again had his personal and professional life clashing.

After Season 1 of Below Deck Sailing Yacht, Adam stepped away from the hit yachting franchise.

Instead, Adam has been traveling in his van, living a nomadic lifestyle, keeping fans updated through social media and his YouTube channel.

Next week the former yachtie will release a brand new cookbook.

Below Deck alum Chef Adam Glick releases Live Free Eat Well cookbook

Adam has taken his love of cooking outside on the fire and other small kitchen spaces and created a book for those who enjoy life on the road or in a tiny house.

A description for the book reads: “With more than 75 recipes that cover breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, and more, Adam will help you bridge the gap between cooking in a modern kitchen and cooking in less-conventional spaces.”

The chef has been promoting the book on his Instagram page, sharing glimpses and teasing what people can expect. Those who follow Adam know his dog Tex truly is his best friend. Adam recently revealed that Tex has a page in the book that includes a homemade recipe Adam makes for his pal.

“I wrote a cookbook! ‘Live Free Eat Well’ 📖 Published by DK Penguin Random House Click the link in my bio to preorder TODAY! Book will officially be in stores on June 18th, 2024 Thank you all for making this dream a reality,” Adam captioned one of his promotional IG posts.

Those interested in checking out Adam’s cookbook can preorder it on Amazon.

More Below Deck news

In other Below Deck news, Captain Lee Rosbach has addressed claims he “slammed” Captain Sandy Yawn over the never-wake-the-chef drama going down on Below Deck Med.

As Monsters and Critics previously reported, Captain Sandy defended her comment to Ellie Dubaich during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live this week.

Captain Jason Chambers has revealed his feelings about Aesha Scott leaving Below Deck Down Under to return to work with Captain Sandy.

Be sure to keep watching Season 9 of Below Deck Med and congrats to Adam Glock on his new cookbook.

Below Deck Med airs Mondays at 9/8c on Bravo. Seasons 1-9 are streaming on Peacock.

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