Jacques Pépin Book Signing of Poulets & Légumes
Where & When
5655 College Ave., Oakland, CA 94618 (map)
April 19, 2018 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Market Hall Foods is thrilled to host the legendary chef, Jacques Pépin, for a book signing and recipe tasting of his new book, Poulets & Légumes: My Favorite Chicken & Vegetable Recipes.
When & Where
Join us at Rockridge Market Hall on Thursday, April 19th, 1–2pm. Meet Jacques and have your books signed. We will have copies of several other Pépin cookbooks available for purchase and signing, including A Grandfather's Lessons. Don't forget to stop by the tasting stations to sample recipes cooked from Jacques' book.
Please note: Due to the limited duration of this event and Jacques' popularity(!), priority for book signing will be given to those purchasing books. Signing of past cookbooks is not guaranteed and will be time permitting. This event is open to the public. No charges except for purchases.
About Poulets & Légumes
The legendary cooking teacher and TV personality shares his favorite chicken and vegetable recipes from a half-century career spanning two continents. Some, like Poulet à la Crème and Baker’s Wife Potatoes, recall the country French dishes of his childhood, while Chicken with Cognac Sauce and Velvet Spinach come from his days in fine French restaurants. Most, though, are born in his contemporary Connecticut kitchen. All have that trademark Pépin touch: made with just a few steps but sublime enough for company, from Roast Split Chicken with Mustard Crust to Caramelized Tomatoes Provençal. Charmingly illustrated with Pépin’s paintings, this little compendium is perfect for revitalizing every cook’s repertoire.
About A Grandfather's Lessons
Jacques Pépin is one of the nation’s most famous cooking teachers, renowned for his knife skills. Ever since she was very young, his granddaughter, Shorey, has loved “helping” him in the kitchen. Now that she is twelve, Pépin gives his charismatic pupil a short course on preparing “food that is plain, but elegant, and more than anything, fun.” In the process, he proves himself as inspiring to her as he is to the country’s greatest chefs.
Curly hot dogs, spinach with croutons, sushi salmon cakes, skillet bread and homemade butter, raspberry cake: These recipes will become irresistible new classics for kids. Along the way, Pépin imparts lessons in kitchen etiquette, from how to set a table to how to fold a napkin properly—even how to load a dishwasher. And perhaps the most important lesson of all: that the best meals are the ones shared at home with family.