Dinner: A Love Story Events (First Stop: L.A.)

 

OK so I am going rogue with this book of mine. I’m determined to get it in the hands of as many new cooks, new parents, new home-owners, newly on-their-own types as possible as we amp up for the holidays. When I asked you guys (via my newsletter) a few weeks ago for help arranging appearances I got some of the nicest invitations, and I wanted to be sure to update you on where I’ll be signing, reading, selling, chatting in the next few months.

First stop this week in Los Angeles!

Friday, October 26
Thyme Cafe & Market
Santa Monica, CA
“Ten Recipes, Ten Strategies: A Coffee Talk” @10AM

Friday, October 26
Chevalier’s Books
Los Angeles, CA @3PM (signing only)

Saturday, November 3
Hastings Farmer’s Market
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY @10AM

Thursday, December 6
Stamford Jewish Community Center
Stamford, CT @7:30 (online registration requested)

Sunday, December 9
Barnes & Noble City Center
White Plains, NY @4PM

Thursday, December 13
6:30 reception, 7:00 program.
Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, NY

If you have an event in your neighborhood that might benefit from a dinner talk, please feel free to get in touch. I’ll bet we could figure out a way to make it work. (See: Rogue) Jenny AT dinneralovestory DOT com.

Left, me preparing for my reading in Boston; Right, Abby’s introductory remarks at the Darien Public Library. My favorite part of the speech is how she started writing “happy” then edited herself and changed it to “thrilled.”

 

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18 Comments

Mary

My favorite part of your daughter’s speech is where she says “I hope everyone is just as proud of her as I am”. That is so sweet! What a doll!

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Jenny

Megan – I will definitely get to Portland (in OR and ME) eventually! Dying to go to both!

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Kerry-Ann

I had to do a double take when I saw this picture-my kids are in the background! It was a great way to kick off the summer :)

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Tracy

Thyme is lovely – such a perfect venue for you. (And I’m so sad to miss it!!) Enjoy Santa Monica, and come to LA again soon :-)

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Ingrid

OK – that note from Abby is unbelievable! That must be framed and revisited as needed during periods of adolescent angst :) AND – Loving that photo form your Boston stop! I hear the photographer is able to travel :)

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hbb

recently moved to northern westchester from manhattan and look forward to seeing you, hopefully at the katonah museum of art in dec!

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Ciara O

My family will celebrate World Pasta Day by eating spaghetti and my mother’s homemade bolognese sauce. It is my kids’ favorite meal, as it was mine when I was their age. In fact, it’s probably still in my Top 5!

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Courtney

Any chance you’ll be stopping in Richmond, Virginia? Would love to come see you!!!

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michaela

I’d love to celebrate World Pasta Day with my grandma C’s meatballs and a nice big pot of Sunday gravy!

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Meredith

Come to Dublin! (Ireland!) My friend owns a bookshop and I’m sure he’d be delighted to have you speak!

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654carroll

Does Abby’s handwriting look kinda exactly like yours?! (Am I the only one ever to notice this?)

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