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.