Greenmarket Book Signings

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Food Book Fair co-hosts book signings in the heart of Union Square Park Greenmarket with our friends at GrowNYC. We welcome some of today’s most compelling authors, chefs and food personalities, in the heart of Union Square on Saturdays, 11 am to 1 p.m. (unless other specified). Check out the fall line-up, below:

September 12
Mimi Sheraton, 1000 Foods to Eat Before You Die

September 19
Samuel Fromartz, In Search of the Perfect Loaf

October 16, Friday, 11 am – 1 pm
Rinku Bhattacharya, Spices & Seasons: Simple, Sustainable Indian Flavors

October 17, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Alice WatersMy Pantry: Homemade Ingredients That Make Simple Meals Your Own

October 17, 12 pm – 2 pm
Enrique Olvera, Mexico From the Inside Out

October 23, Friday, 11am-1pm
Jessamyn Waldman, The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook

October 24
Vikas Khannas, Indian Harvest

October 31
Chef Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, The NoMad Cookbook

November 7
Josh Friedland, Eatymology: The Dictionary of Modern Gastronomy

Past signings this season:

May 16th, Union Square Greenmarket: Eric Kayser signs “The Larousse Book of Bread”

May 30th, Union Square Greenmarket: Kristen Miglore signs “Genius Recipes”

June 6th, Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket: Cathy Erway signs “The Food of Taiwan”

June 20th, Union Square Greenmarket: George Weld signs “Breakfast: Recipes To Wake Up For”

July 11th, Union Square Greenmarket: Leanna Brown signs “Good and Cheap”

July 18th, Union Square Greenmarket: Tracey Medeiros signs “The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook”

July 25th, Union Square Greenmarket: Diana Rodgers signs “Homegrown Paleo Cookbook”, Ciarra Hannah signs “The Frugal Paleo Cookbook”, and Stephanie Gaudreau signs “Performance Paleo Cookbook”

August 1st, Union Square Greenmarket: Maangchi signs “Real Korean Cooking”

Thank You!

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Food Book Fair 2015 has come and gone, and we couldn’t be happier with how it all went down. On April 10th-12th, we welcomed over 1,000 people for 25+ events over the course of 3 days at The Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, NY. Here are just a few of the highlights from #FBF2015:

We learned about the quirky development of American Chinese food, that using less sugar can actually enhance flavor, and that Mimi Sheraton came from a family of amateur food critics. We chatted with the makers, designers, and writers of over twenty foodieodicals. We browsed the 50+ cookbooks, food memoirs and almanacs at our Kitchen Arts and Letters Pop Up-Bookstore. We ate outstanding food and drink from Bar Tartine, Death & Co., Quinciple, Fleisher’s, Vermont Creamery and more. And we wrapped it all up by slurping Island Creek Oysters and drinking refreshing Brooklyn Brewery beer.

If you’re feeling nostalgic, feel free to browse through some of the great photos of FBF2015 on Facebook.

What a tremendous success Food Book Fair 2015 was. We couldn’t have produced it without our amazing participants, partners, and volunteers. Thank you to everyone who leant a helping hand and contributed to what was arguably the best Food Book Fair yet. ‘Til next year…

Sunday Preview

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The New York Academy of Medicine, an independent organization that helps address and solve health issues in urban populations, helped put together tomorrow’s panel. We’re lucky that they did. Historical cookbooks offer a unique, specific and often unrealized insight into the ways that food and societies transform over time. The sharing and criss crossing of ingredients can result in the creation of entirely new dishes and cuisines. Hear all about it tomorrow at the cookbooks and history panel and the food and empire panel.