1. Take a community cookbook store in Seattle's North Fremont neighborhood and add a carefully chosen selection of new, vintage collectible, and imported cookbooks. Throw in some great bookmarks, as you wish.
  2. Include years of cooking classes, author signings and demos, and other events with some of the food world's brightest minds and palates.
  3. Mix in seasonal tastings, classes, and demonstrations with the likes of Julia Turshen, Mark Bittman, John Sundstrom, and many, many more. (To taste.)

[serves: Any number of enthusiasts for discussions and plan-making. See also: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and our Email list for more information on our upcoming events, recommended new titles, and so much more.]

Upcoming Events

  1. Author Talk: The Coupe
    Free to all
    September 29: 6:30-8pm

    Brian Hart Hoffman: Author Talk: The Coupe

    The Coupe features signature recipes from the country’s best mixologists and barkeeps and embraces the mood and magic that comes from drinking a craft cocktail from this storied glass. The author’s personal coupe collection inspired this book, and he offers tips for collecting coupes and… Read More & Register »
  2. Author Talk: Mad Hungry Family
    Free to all
    October 3: 6:30-8pm

    Lucinda Scala Quinn: Author Talk: Mad Hungry Family

    Author of the beloved Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys, Lucinda Scala Quinn is the country’s foremost evangelist for family meals every day of the week. And she knows that the only way to make them a reality is by building a repertoire of dishes that are… Read More & Register »
  3. Author Talk: The Rye Baker
    Free to all
    October 4: 6:30-8pm

    Stanley Ginsberg: Author Talk: The Rye Baker

    To many Americans, rye bread is a bland, store-bought loaf with an oval cross-section and, sometimes, a sprinkling of caraway. But true rye bread— the kind that stands at the center of northern and eastern European food culture—is so much more. In The Rye Baker, Stanley… Read More & Register »