Do you love cookbooks?
We do, and we want to talk about it!
Come to a panel discussion with area food writers, chefs and publishers who will reveal their personal cookbook favorites, past and present, what makes a good cookbook, and their top holiday gift picks. We’ll also discuss the future of cookbooks, whether print or electronic. Panelists include: Faith Bahadurian, Packet Group food columnist and NJ Spice blogger; Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, co-founders/creators of “Canal House Cooking” and the daily blog, “Canal House Cooks Lunch”; Alex Levine, Chef at Princeton’s Whole Earth Center and bibliophile; and Pat Tanner, longtime NJ food writer, restaurant critic, and blogger. Moderated by Rachel Weston, culinary educator and and author of New Jersey Fresh: Four seasons from Farm to Table. Discussion will include time for Q&A, followed by book sales/signing (Canal House & Weston). There will also be a snapshot photo booth where attendees can show off their favorite cookbook. Photos will be promoted by the library on social media. For more information: http://princetonlibrary.org/events.
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So pleased about this night, Faith, and eager for it. Will ‘be there with bells on’ and two fave cookbooks so old they are falling apart! Joy awaits at your hands with your stellar cast! smiles c