By International Culinary Center
Anna Francese Gass built her career in test kitchens, working for Whole Foods, Mad Hungry, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Food52. After assisting on numerous successful cookbooks, she decided to write her own—Heirloom Kitchen—traveling around the country cooking with Mothers and Grandmothers to transcribe their cherished recipes for generations to come.
On May 30, join us for a discussion with Cristina Garces, Editor at HarperCollins Publishers, in conversation with ICC alumna Anna Francese Gass. Gain insight into what it takes to write a cookbook, as well as what publishers are looking for and the working dynamics between an author and publisher. Learn about food styling, writing and editing recipes, and even tasting (and testing) the recipes. Plus, taste one of the final recipes in her book, “Church Festival” Spanakopita, and ask the questions you need to get your cookbook published!
Copies of Anna’s new book, Heirloom Kitchen, will be available for purchase & signing.
462 Broadway , 2nd Fl ICC's Amphitheater
Soho, NY 10013
Event Date: May 30, 2019
Event Time: 3:30AM
End Date: May 30, 2019