This event has been rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances, and will now take place on Tuesday Jun 8th instead of Friday May 7th.
We are thrilled to host Maria Zizka to discuss her newest cookbook, Boards, Platters, Plates: Recipes for Entertaining, Sharing, and Snacking. She will be in conversation with Liz Prueitt of Tartine.
How this works: This event will be broadcast live on Zoom. Registering will provide you with a unique access link in an email. At the event time, click that link to watch the talk. During the event, feel free to ask questions using the Q/A or chat feature.
This author talk is FREE, but you can support it by purchasing a copy of the book here. Thank you!
About the Author & Interviewer
Maria Zizka is a cookbook writer and recipe developer who was named by Forbes as one of the most influential people under 30 in the world of food and drink. Zizka has coauthored numerous award-winning cookbooks, most recentlyTartine All Day, Everything I Want to Eat, and This Is Camino. Her first solo cookbook,The Newlywed Table, was published in 2019. Zizka lives in Berkeley, California, with her husband. Find her on Instagram at @mariazizka.
Elisabeth Prueitt is a James Beard award-winning pastry chef, cookbook author, and the cofounder of Tartine Bakery and Tartine Manufactory. She lives in San Francisco.
About the Book
More than 30 platters and boards for every occasion—from a casual lunch to a generous party offering—with recipes for individual components and information on how to build the perfect spread.
Casual, Vibrant, Delicious
Choose from a dazzling collection of thirty beautiful, well-crafted boards, whether you’re serving a group of two or ten. Try Catalonian Summer with romesco, charred green onions, anchovy toasts, and Manchego for an intimate outdoor gathering. Make a dinner of the Korean BBQ platter with bulgogi-style beef, lettuce cups, gochujang dipping sauce, and kimchi. Or go straight for the sweets with a dessert like S’mores Without a Campfire. Plus, check out the party-size boards for your next holiday or celebration.
Start with the four principles for creating the right board for any occasion:
- Looks matter
- Stay flexible
- Make it fun to eat
- Embrace store-bought components
You’ll find that every meal becomes one worth sharing.