Nancy Fuller, Sarabeth Levine + Nicole A. Taylor Join Cookbook Author Panel at Ferguson Library

7 Oct

The Ferguson Library in Stamford is hosting a cookbook author panel with three very special guests: Nancy Fuller, Sarabeth Levine, and Nicole A. Taylor. The doors open at 6:30 where guests will be treated to a wine reception with a nice selection of appetizers from Cosi, Fuji, and John the Baker. The panel part of the night begins at 7 and will be followed by book signings. Oh, and there will be copies of their books for purchase, too. Tickets for this event are only $15, but are in limited quantities, so make sure that you register right away. Now, a few details about each panelist:

Nancy Fuller: When we wake up bright and early on a Saturday morning and turn on Food Network, we see Nancy Fuller’s smiling face. Her show, Farmhouse Rules, takes the viewers through true, down-home farm-to-table food . . . and she makes it even easier to make these dishes with her cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family.

Sarabeth Levine: Chances are, you’ve had Sarabeth’s jams and preserves at Balducci’s, Kings, Fairway, or Stew Leonard’s . . . and maybe you’ve even eaten at Sarabeth’s in NYC, Long Island, or Key West. Well, she’ll be sharing her expertise in Stamford and talking about her newest cookbook, Sarabeth’s Good Morning Cookbook: Breakfast, Brunch, and Baking.

Nicole A. Taylor: Unique perspectives make for the freshest and most exciting talks and reads. Such is true of Nicole A. Taylor. Her take on cooking: she has her roots in Southern classics, but she’s also taken things from her time in Brooklyn and has applied them to her technique. She’ll be dishing about her new book, The Up South Cookbook: Chasing Dixie in a Brooklyn Kitchen, and what it’s like to live in-between two culinary identities. 

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