The event will be taking place this Sunday, October 28th and I’ll be there from 12 to 2pm signing books. You can pick up copies of The Perfect Scoop, Ready for Dessert, and The Sweet Life in Paris. (I’m happy to sign previously purchased books as well.) There will be hardback and softcover editions available, but since it’s a “jumble” sale – it’s subject to what’s on hand, while supplies last.
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I’m doing a little booksigning this Saturday at La Cuisine cooking school in Paris. It’s going to be an informal affair and if you’d like to come and get a book signed, this is your chance.
There will be copies of Ready for Dessert, The Perfect Scoop, and The Sweet Life in Paris and I’ll be at the school, from 5:30 to 7:30pm, which is located at 80, quai de l’Hôtel de Ville. You can get a map, and more information, at the Facebook event page.
Happy Bastille Day!
I don’t think anyone out there is more excited than I am for the get-together this weekend at Sugarplum Cake Shop in Paris! There’s going to be cake, cookies, and lots of other sweet treats to sample.
The event will take place this Saturday, October 22, from 6pm to 8pm. Copies of The Sweet Life in Paris, Ready for Dessert, and The Perfect Scoop will be available – Ready for Dessert and The Perfect Scoop will be the new UK editions – and perhaps a good chance to tick off a few gifts on your holiday list, too.
If you haven’t been into the Sugarplum Cake Shop, you’re in for an amazing time and it’s going to be lots of fun, and a chance to taste some of their incredibly scrumdiddlyumptious treats.
You’re welcome to bring already owned books for signing and for those unable to make the event, you can stop into the bakery beforehand and order a signed copy of a book.
Although the event is open to all, if you are coming and would like to RSVP on the Facebook Event page, that will give the bakery a better idea of how many guests to expect.
Please note that the bakery is open to the public until 6pm. So if you’d like to arrive in advance and enjoy the café, you are welcome to as a customer until that time. This event will begin at 6pm.
—see you then!
I was a big fan of Ottolenghi even before I stepped into one of their restaurants. When I got a copy of Yotam Ottolenghi’s first book, I was blown away by the photographs of gorgeous dishes, heaped with generous amounts of fresh chopped herbs, irregularly cut vegetables often seared and caramelized, and roasted, juicy meats accented with citrus or unexpected spices, usually with a Middle Eastern bent. The bold, big flavors came bounding through the pages and appealed to me as both a diner and a cook.
Although it seems like I travel a lot, I normally don’t—I swear. (Although I think my internal clock, which is going haywire, might disagree with that statement.) However I couldn’t resist coming to London to celebrate the release of Ready for Dessert in the UK, in addition to the UK-edition of The Perfect Scoop.
I’ll be making a quick jaunt to London this Tuesday, September 6th, at Divertimenti, doing a cooking demonstration and booksigning (Facebook RSVP page), as well as hosting a dinner at La Fromagerie on Wednesday evening.
This Tuesday night, from 6 to 7pm, I’ll be at Omnivore Books in San Francisco signing books.
Although not necessary, you’re welcome to RSVP at the Facebook page for the event. If you are unable to make the event, or live elsewhere, you can order a book from Omnivore to be sent or saved for you.
One of the nifty things about a blog is that you can easily revisit recipes and make revisions, while learning more about baking, and sharing those discoveries, as you go. When I wrote Ready for Dessert, I was able to update my favorite recipes, many created over a decade ago, and I had fun including the changes I’d made over the years.
I’ve been in the midst of working with the publisher in the United Kingdom for the release of Ready for Dessert and The Perfect Scoop on this side of the Atlantic*. I’ll announce the dates as to when they’ll be available, but I’m thrilled to have them more readily available to European readers. And my shoulders will be happy as well because you have no idea how much work it is lugging boxes of 3-pound books through airports.
Books go through rigorous editing after they’re written, then they’re copyedited, then proofread by the author. Then the book gets punted back to the editor, and back to the author for a final look through. Then it gets forwarded the designer, then to the printer.