Upcoming Events – Live and Online!

Leaning into the world of live, online presentations, chats, and interviews, I’ve got several lined up in the next few weeks. Some are free and others are ticketed. Please check the time zones where you live and confirm with the websites or venues to confirm times (because it’s a challenge for me to keep track of multiple time zones), and you’re welcome to contact the…

Leaning into the world of live, online presentations, chats, and interviews, I’ve got several lined up in the next few weeks. Some are free and others are ticketed. Please check the time zones where you live and confirm with the websites or venues to confirm times (because it’s a challenge for me to keep track of multiple time zones), and you’re welcome to contact the venues for additional information or registration assistance. Looking forward to seeing you!

April

April 17 (tomorrow!): I’ll be in conversation with my friend Reem Kassis about her new book, The Arabesque Table from 2-3pm ET. I made the Halvah from Reem’s new book (which was amazing) and I’m looking forward to delving deeper into the subject of the book with her. To register for this free chat, click here.

April 19: One of my favorite guests from Instagram Live Apéro Hour is back! Join us as she makes one of my very favorite cocktails from her bar in Paris at 6pm CET/Paris time (Noon ET, 9am PT)

April 20: I’m back with the San Francisco Baker’s Dozen, from my old stomping ground, with an online baking demo taking place 9:45am PT. It’s free for members. Register here.

April 26: Join me for a live seminar on French Apéritifs: History, Context, and Culture online with Context Conversations, 5pm ET. Register Slope Cellars talking about French apéritifs and spirits. He’ll also share one of his favorite cocktail recipes. 4pm ET.

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Paris Booksigning This Friday

I’ll be doing a book signing for Drinking French at Café Méricourt in Paris this Friday, December 11, from 3 to 4 pm (map). Many have asked me about getting personalized copies and this is your chance to get one signed for yourself or for gift-giving! Copies of Drinking French will be available to purchase from the café. (If you’d like a copy of L’Appart…

Drinking French

I’ll be doing a book signing for Drinking French at Café Méricourt in Paris this Friday, December 11, from 3 to 4 pm (map). Many have asked me about getting personalized copies and this is your chance to get one signed for yourself or for gift-giving!

Copies of Drinking French will be available to purchase from the café. (If you’d like a copy of L’Appart or The Perfect Scoop, click here to pre-purchase a copy for pick-up at the event.) If you would like to bring a book that you already have for signing, you are welcome to.

As a special treat, the café will be offering in-house gift bags of holiday confections, including chocolate mendiants and bittersweet chocolate truffles, as well as tahini granola, chocolate-praline spread, and gift certificates, too.

[Note that health guidelines will be strictly respected. The book signing will be held at the take-out window, not indoors, with masks. You’re welcome to bring your own bag for your book purchase.]

If you live elsewhere and you’d like a signed copy of Drinking French, Book Larder in Seattle has a limited number of copies available. Please indicate when you order online or by telephone if you’d like a bookplate signed copy. In addition, the Drinking French Bar Box at Slope Cellars also now includes a bookplate signed book, along with a special selection of spirits to make some of my favorite drinks in the book, just in time for the holidays for gift-giving or yourself.