Upcoming Events: Headhouse Market, Hazon Food Festival, Clay Studio

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Beautiful people, this feels like a month for cocktails. I’ll be signing books at the venues below in and around Philadelphia. And, for those of you outside of the city (hello, darlings!), please look for my latest book on the shelves of Anthropologie. My brother André and I loved writing this book together, and we are delighted that Anthro is carrying The New Cocktail Hour this winter!

Sending you loads of warm vibes, candied ginger, and smoky Scotch. –– Madame Fromage

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Sunday, November 20: Headhouse Market, 10 am-1 pm

I’ll be joining vendors at Headhouse Market, one of my favorite Philadelphia farmers’ markets. Pop by my table to get your book signed and bring your questions about holiday cheese boards or cocktail pairings. I’d love to help you select a signature cheese and/or cocktail combination. I can also point you toward some favorite market vendors.

Saturday, December 10: The Clay Studio, 4-6 pm

For the second year, I’m delighted for the invitation to be part of The Clay Studio’s Hand Crafted Holidays in Old City — one of my favorite events of the year. This time around, I’ll be setting up a special ceramics bar (yes!) where I’ll demo and serve hot cocktails in mugs created by Clay Studio artists. Of course there will be a special studio-inspired cheese board to pair alongside. Come enjoy a hot drink, get ideas for edible gift-giving, and explore the gallery’s stunning selection of hand crafted bowls, platters, mugs, pitchers, and jewelry. Stick around for free programming throughout the day. Below are a few snaps from last year…

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Sunday, December 11: Hazon Food Festival

Rodeph Shalom hosts its 4th annual Hazon Food Festival today 10 am-6:30 pm, and I’m excited about the theme of “Waste Not, Want Not.” I’ll be moderating a panel on the subject of creative uses for food waste in restaurant kitchens and also signing books with other local authors from 11:30-noon. This is a ticketed event; the schedule includes workshops, demos, Israeli dancing, and a fabulous community market. This is a warm, welcoming event to people of all (or small) faiths.

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