The Roots drummer and producer Questlove is venturing off into the culinary world, but don't worry he's not giving up love for the music. Quest is partnering up with New York Times best-selling author Ben Greenman to publish a new food centric book titled\u00a0Somethingtofoodabout: Exploring Creativity with Innovative Chefs. The book is based on Questlove's food journey in various cities from New Orleans, Los Angeles, and his hometown of Philly, where he chats with various chefs in each city, and they discuss their personal history and their creative process as well. \u201cI don\u2019t want to be perceived as someone who just bought my way into this world or used my currency as a means to get in,\u201d he recently told The New York Times\u00a0about his culinary endeavor, noting that a visit to Tokyo and a meal by sushi master Jiro Ono inspired him to create the book. Quest also said, "Once I saw his commitment, I realized that I needed to work harder myself." Esteemed travel and food personality Anthony Bourdain also lends his pen to the foreword. "The term foodie is inadequate to describe Questlove's relationship with the international subculture of chefs," Bourdain writes. "He would be better described as a fully made member of the chef media. This book offers some evidence of his reach, the depth of his interest - and his extraordinary good taste."