Lit Crawl Food Events
We're excited to host a medely of delicious food events on this Lit Crawl evening:
6 p.m. Playing with Dough
The lively and talented Linda Miller Nicholson (Pasta, Pretty Please) creates rainbow-colored pasta that looks almost too good to eat. Blogger and author Aran Goyoaga (Cannelle et Vanille) crafts beautiful indulgences that also happen to be gluten-free. Host and author Jeanne Sauvage (The Gluten Free Wish Book) is on a mission to create gluten-free goods that are indistinguishable from their wheat counterparts. Each will discuss what motivates their baking and offer words (and bites) from their books.
7 p.m. Something Fishy
Two food writers, two very different books about fish. Naomi Tomky will share some behind-the-kitchen-door insight into putting together her debut, The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook. Kathleen Flinn will discuss how she ended up publishing Sakana Lesson, a book about Tokyo’s shifting fish culture in Japanese, even though she doesn’t speak a word of the language. Hosted by author Nicole Aloni.
8 p.m. The Making of Seattle Cooks
Julien Perry worked with the city’s most intriguing chefs to pull together Seattle Cooks, a cookbook filled with two of their favorite recipes. Although this seems straightforward, it turned out to be a complex task, one that Perry will share. This is a must-attend session for anyone who has considered penning their own cookbook or collaborating on a community-based recipe project. Hosted by Kathleen Flinn.
A $5 charge at the door helps pay for food costs.