An exciting new cookbook from a beloved Eugene cookbook author! Marie will offer samples from her new book Noon to 3pm, June 11.
She notes that the best of our vegetarian recipes have always drawn inspiration from other cultures.
In Whole World Vegetarian, cooks will find a wealth of sumptuous options: rice- and corn-stuffed poblano chiles; Greek-style mac-and-cheese with summer squash; Indonesian vegetable salad with peanut dressing. And so much more!
The winner of a Julia Child Award and two James Beard Awards, Simmons is a cooking teacher and the author of more than a 20 cookbooks. She was a columnist for Bon Appétit for eighteen years. Marie will offer samples from her new book, and sign cookbooks Noon til 3pm, June 11, no cost.
Cook's Pots & Tabletops
2807 Oak Street
Eugene, OR 97405
Please join Marie Simmons in celebration of her new cookbook, Whole World Vegetarian.
Class, Tasting and Signing
- Sautéed Golden Haloumi
- Yogurt with Caramelized Onion
- Pozole with Three Sisters Tortillas
- Seasonal Greens with Garlic Toasted Walnuts and Lemon
- Curried Spinach in Coconut Milk with Tomatoes and Fried Onions
Whole World Vegetarian
The pub date is May 10th and with one look at the fresh bright design and all the great recipes
you'll understand my enthusiasm for this project. This cookbook is a nostalgic roam through my world travels, meals with cooks I met on the road and on the street, adventures in dining, and never a dull palate. Come join me as I travel through the Whole World of Vegetarian Cooking.
The Oregon Honey Festival will take place over two days this summer: August 20-21. There will be a new venue to be announced.
The last two years its been my pleasure to sign copies of my book, Taste of Honey to present formal varietal tastings of different honey varietals.
This is an ongoing learning experience as I travel, gather different varietals from around the world, taste and compare. While on Oahu recently I bought some dark beautiful darkly colored and highly flavored honey bees had gathered from the nectar from macadamia nut trees. And a friend has sourced an exquisite honey from France gathered by honey bees from the blossoms of chestnut trees, a truly unusual taste experience. It is a honey that has slightly bitter notes and goes well with salty big flavored cheese such a salty blue or a ripe runny cheese with blue mold. Interesting.