Next Sunday night October 28, 2012 foodies should join me at my synagogue for a very cool event featuring smart people talking about Julia Child (via satellite on a move theater size screen) and tasty food prepared by Sullivan University chefs.
The cost of the event is $10 and includes the broadcast, appetizers and wine. Yes wine.
Sunday October 28, 2012
7PM Wine with Appetizers prepared by Sullivan University chefs
7:30PM Broadcast of Live from 92Y’s look at Julia Child at 100 with three historians and authors who specialize in Child’s food and legacy: Judith Jones, Laura Shapiro & Alexandra Leaf
In this centennial year of Julia Child’s birth, Judith Jones (vice president and senior editor at Alfred A. Knopf and editor of Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking), Laura Shapiro (culinary historian and author of the prize-winning Julia Child biography), Alex Prud’homme (great-nephew of Julia Child and co-author of the best-selling Julia Child memoir, My Life in France) and Dana Polan (Professor of Cinema Studies at NYU, author of Julia Child’s The French Chef) come together to celebrate America’s first lady of French food.
Tickets: $10 at the door, students free
Some people are a little confused by the whole Live from 92Y thing so here’s a video that puts it into perspective:
I’ll be there so I hope you’ll join me.
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