Virtual Author Talk with Book Larder!

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VIRTUAL AUTHOR TALK WITH BOOK LARDER!

Book Larder opened on October 12, 2011, offering a carefully selected collection of new and imported cookbooks to lovers of food and cooking in Seattle and beyond. They are also a spot to gather for author events, cooking classes, demonstrations and other food related discussions, both formal and informal. They have a big kitchen counter for demos for the event too!

 

I am very excited to be doing a virtual author talk with Book Larder on December 3rd, 2021 Friday at 5pm, that too with a person that I have been fond of from her entry into Instagram – Lauren Ko @lokokitchen on Instagram! If you have seen her website www.lokokitchen.com AND/OR her Instagram, you will know what I mean! Her eye-catching breath-taking designs are to die for, and I have her gorgeous cookbook PIEOMETRY, that I truly cherish and love. Every creation is a work of art, and she is nothing short of a genius! Her colorful geometric style made all hell bake loose on the frontier of contemporary pie art, and her iconic signature spoke design has been dubbed the “modern lattice.” Her work has been widely featured in publications such as Vogue, O Magazine, Buzzfeed’s Tasty, and on-screen in Martha Bakes and CBS’ Sunday Morning. Lauren has roots in sunny San Diego, but is currently based in Seattle, WA with her partner, Ben, and their bear dog, Santi.

EVENT DETAILS:

Location: Virtual Zoom Event

Date: December 3rd, 2021

Time: 5 – 6pm PST

RSVP: https://booklarder.com/products/virtual-author-talk-mumbai-modern-with-amisha-gurbani?start=2021-12-01T00:00&select=2021-12-03T17:00

 

I hope you can make it to the event! It will be a wonderful conversation with Lauren, and also a short demo for a recipe from my cookbook!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

XO

Amisha

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