Saturday Oct 18, 2014
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
POWERHOUSE on 8th [Park Slope]
1111 8th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
For more information, please call 718-801-8375
RSVP appreciated: RSVP@POWERHOUSEon8th.com
Please fill out the “Bookings” form at the bottom of this page.
Melissa Vaughan (The New Brooklyn Cookbook) prepares tasty dishes using recipes from Nina Planck’s amazing new cookbook. Planck will also be on-hand to sign books and answer foodie questions!
About The Real Food Cookbook:
Nina Planck (like so many others) used to suffer under the impression that a low-fat, vegetarian diet (with perhaps a bit of fish), was the only healthy one. But as she began organizing farmers’ markets—alongside heaps of local produce, grass-fed beef, heritage pork, wild venison, raw-milk cheeses, and high-fat butter—she realized it was time for her to not just eat these traditional foods, but learn to cook them. She did, with happy results. Her health was never better, and her meals never more delicious. She was soon gathering the research to support the case for traditional foods in her best-selling book Real Food: What to Eat and Why, singled out by David Kamp as “The antidote to the faddists, alarmists, and kooks who all too often dominate American food discourse.”
In The Real Food Cookbook, Nina provides readers with 150 recipes that reflect her background as a farmer’s daughter, former vegetarian, farmers’ market entrepreneur, and home cook. They reflect the rhythms of her life with a cheesemonger husband (Rob Kaufelt, proprietor of Murray’s Cheese) and three small children. The ingredients are timeless, not trendy; the methods classic rather than rule-breaking. Above all, these are the dishes Nina loves, made with real food.
About the Author:
Nina Planck is a farmers’ daughter, food writer, and farmers’ market entrepreneur. She is the creator of the wildly popular London Farmers’ Markets. The author of The Farmers’ Market Cookbook, Real Food: What to Eat and Why, and Real Food for Mother and Baby, Nina is a gifted speaker and a home cook. She lives in New York City and Stockton, New Jersey with her husband Rob Kaufelt, proprietor of Murray’s Cheese, and their three children.
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