A Night in the Kitchen with Silvia Baldini and Les Dames d'Escoffier New York Cookbook: Stirring the Pot
Come join us for a fantastic evening of food and family recipes to celebrate the newest Les Dames d'Escoffier's cookbook: Les Dames d'Escoffier New York Cookbook: Stirring the Pot.
Grab your foodies friends for a perfect night out! Home cooks, this one’s for you too.
Author and chef Silvia Baldini will be whipping up one of the appetizers from the cookbook in the Inspired Kitchen showroom space. Silvia will be joined by food writer & editor Beth Hillson for a chat about compiling this cookbook and the women behind it. Through Stirring the Pot, you’ll get a glimpse into the home kitchens of some of the leaders of the food world.
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Les Dames d' Escoffier New York, the most influential and accomplished women in the food world, present their favorite recipes for everything from simple weekday meals to spectacular party dishes.
Authors Silvia Baldini and Sharon Franke showcase seventy-six family recipes and pairings by Pascaline Lepeltier, MOF, and including a dedication by Lidia Bastianich to LDNY founder Carol Brock and a foreword by Carla Hall.
From Lidia's "Cavatappi with Asparagus and Spinach Pesto" or Ellie Krieger's recipe "Family Favorite Minestrone," to a stunning "Radicchio Salad with Radish, Basil, and Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette" by two-Michelin star Chef Melissa Rodriguez, these recipes are for every occasion and for every level of skill.
Discover the dishes and recipes that some of the most heralded women in the food business, in the greatest city in the world for food, cook when they are in their own home kitchens.
ABOUT LES DAMES d'ESSCOFFIER NEW YORK & SILVIA BALDINI
Les Dames d’Escoffier New York’s mission centers on education, advocacy and philanthropy. Profits from this cookbook will go to scholarships for young women in culinary schools. Silvia Baldini is an art director, classically trained Italian-born chef and Chopped champion on Food Network. Silvia’s recipes and stories have been published in Food & Wine, Bon Appétit, Saveur, the New York Times, La Cucina Italiana and Forbes.