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 Ruth Reichl, Jacques Pepin, Heidi Swanson, 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. Lunch Break Cooking Class 6/27
    June 27: Noon-1pm

    Amy Pennington: Lunch Break Cooking Class 6/27

    Looking for a delicious, out-of-the-ordinary way to spend the noon hour? Then join us for our lunch-break cooking class series. This week, local author Amy Pennington will prepare a seasonally-inspired lunch for participants in an informal, 60-minute class. Amy will demonstrate cooking fundamentals, talk about new and… Read More & Register »
  2. Cooking Class: Knife Skills
    June 28: 6:30-9pm

    Erin Coopey: Cooking Class: Knife Skills

    This hands-on class covers techniques used by chefs to safely and quickly mince, slice and dice vegetables. Chef Erin Coopey will help you with everything from proper grip to safety and maintenance. With a little practice you'll be cutting like a pro. Since this is a hands-on class, please… Read More & Register »
  3. Author Talk: The Slider Effect
    Free to all
    June 30: 6:30-8pm

    Jonathan Melendez: Author Talk: The Slider Effect

    Sliders are an art form, a modern-tapas-of-sorts . . . A remarkable slider is one that allows you to evenly taste all of the delicious ingredients within it. You can't eat just one! Way better than a cupcake, sliders are delicious and fun—and you can't eat just one of… Read More & Register »