Meet the Food Gal at Two January Events

Chocolate Mudslide Cookies by Pastry Chef Rodney Cerdan. (Photo by Carolyn Jung)

Chocolate Mudslide Cookies by Pastry Chef Rodney Cerdan. (Photo by Carolyn Jung)

Dying for a taste of those rich, gooey, chocolatey cookies above?

You know you are.

Then, come by Omnivore Books in San Francisco, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13, for a taste. I’ll be signing copies of my debut cookbook, “San Francisco Chef’s Table” (Lyons Press) with Pastry Chef Rodney Cerdan of Prospect in San Francisco and Chef Will Pacio of Spice Kit, with locations in San Francisco and Palo Alto.

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Both chefs are featured in my cookbook and will be bringing treats to the event.

The “Chocolate Mudslide Cookies” are not only full of chocolate goodness, but also bits of home-made toffee that sometimes overflow out of the cookies  just like a real mudslide. And yes, the recipe is featured in the book.

Can’t make that one? Then, head to the Williams-Sonoma Union Square store in San Francisco at 6 p.m. Jan. 29, when I’ll be signing copies of my book with Chef Adam Dulye of Abbot’s Cellar in San Francisco.

Chef Adam Dulye of Abbot's Cellar. (Photo courtesy of CUESA)

Chef Adam Dulye of Abbot’s Cellar. (Photo courtesy of CUESA)

He’ll be demonstrating a version of his recipe in the book for “Braised Chicken with Buttermilk Biscuit, Kale & Spring Onions.” And in keeping with the beer-centric nature of Abbot’s Cellar, you’ll not only get to taste this comfort dish, but also the beer Dulye prefers to pair with it.

Both events are free.

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6 comments

  1. 1

    Wow these kind of posts always make me want to be in the Bay area. Would love to get to meet you. Those Mudslide cookies look extra delicious!!

  2. 2

    Sigh, I sometimes so wish I lived in the Bay area! Would love to attend these. ;-)

  3. 3

    You are a busy one – what a great start to 2014! I’m going to come to Omnivore Books on Saturday!

  4. 4

    wow what a great start. Congratulations! I wish I was in the Bay area so I could be there. I would love to meet you!
    Again, Congratulations. So thrilled for yoU!
    Malou

  5. 5

    Besides the weather, this is another reason that make me want to move to SF one day for good. Congrats on your new book!

  6. 6

    Mmm I love the sound of these mudslide cookies with oozy toffee! :D

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