Justin Spring will discuss The Gourmands' Way with Jennifer Steinhauer of The New York Times, who has also written two cookbooks, most recently A Meatloaf In Every Oven (2017), co-authored with Frank Bruni. Admission is free and open to the public.
Informal wine tasting, book signing and conversation about The Gourmands' Way at the tasting room of Justin Spring's sister and brother-in-law's winery, Bunter-Spring winery, located in the charming town of Carmel Valley in the hills above Monterey.
Please note: Chez Panisse has two seatings: 5:30pm-6:15pm, and again from 8pm-9:15pm, with a variety of tables at each seating.
Special Richard Olney inspired dinner in the downstairs restaurant to celebrate The Gourmands' Way: Six Americans in Paris and the Birth of a New Gastronomy by Justin Spring. Reservations open Saturday, November 4 at 9 am. Please call (510) 548-5525.
Dinner is $100 per person plus beverages, service and tax, and includes a copy of The Gourmands' Way.
A festive dinner featuring a brief discussion between Minneapolis-based food journalist Steve Hoffman and Justin Spring. The prix-fixe menu includes a copy of The Gourmands' Way.
Details and Tickets for the dinner may be reserved via this link:
Author slide lecture with special focus on the different varieties of archival research that went into the book, with reception and book signing.
Oblong Books, in conjunction with the White Hart Inn of Salisbury Ct, will host a book discussion and signing at the Inn on Tuesday, Oct 24.
Informal Signing and Chat-with-the-Author over Sunday morning coffee.