talks about her new book, A Pig in Provence: Simple Pleasures and Traditional Food in the South of France ($24.95).
Brennan also appears in the Book Passage San Francisco store (located within the Ferry Building) at noon.
This is part of CUESA"s Market to Table
program which features some great cookbook authors. CUESA (Center of Urban Education on Sustainable Agriculture) runs the farmers market that is held every Saturday morning at the S.F. Ferry Building. Market to Table
is held in the CUESA kitchen area, which is just outside the Ferry Building on the South end facing the Embarcadero.
About Georgeanne Brennan:
Georgeanne Brennan is an award-winning cookbook author and journalist who has won national acclaim for her evocative and lyrical writing about food and gastronomy. Her expertise ranges from farming and agriculture to history and food lore. A charming and inspiring teacher, as well as a writer, she captivates and imbues her students with her enthusiasm and knowledge about the pleasures of food and the table.
In addition to her books, Brennan writes regular features for The San Francisco Chronicle
newspaper's Food section and is a regular contributor to "Fine Cooking," "Bon Appétit," and "Cooking Pleasures." She has also contributed to The New York Times,
"Garden Design," "Metropolitan Home," "Horticulture," and "Organic Gardening ." She has been featured in "Food and Wine," "Gourmet," and "Sunset" magazines.
More on Georgeanne may be found here:
Official Website: http://www.bookpassage.com/sf_thismonth.php?start=12