Events

All-Clad Cooking

December 15
11am-3pm

Join All-Clad expert Brad on Saturday as he shows off the incredible D3 Stainless Steel 3 Quart Saute Pan!

Learn why All-Clad’s three-ply construction provides quick and even cooking with excellent searing, browning and frying capabilities, and how to make the most of this superior line of cookware built to last beyond your lifetime.

All-Clad Cookware


Christina Pirello: Author Event

December 16
11am-1pm

The wonderful Christina Pirello will be signing copies of her new cookbook, Back to the Cutting Board from 11a-1p.

Back to the Cutting Board helps you set aside all that tension and pretension and rediscover a pure, joyful passion for the art of cooking instead of stressing over unachievable perfection.

Let Christina take you on a journey to re-engage with the soul of food preparation, from the slice of the knife to the aroma of steam rising from a perfectly roasted winter squash. With simple, delicious recipes and sage advice on streamlining your kitchen and your cooking, she wants to empower you to create personal wellness by nourishing your body, mind, and spirit.

With more than 100 luscious plant-based recipes that pair the freshest ingredients with cooking techniques meant to optimize their natural, native flavors, Christina takes you back to the creative potential of food and help transform the kitchen from into a nurturing sanctuary.

Finding the joy in cooking has never been more simple!


Reverend Michael Alan: Author Event

December 22
12-2pm

Join illustrator Reverend Michael Alan, both Philadelphia locals, for a book signing from 12-2p of their book Colonial Spirits: A Toast to Our Drunken History.

Colonial Spirits: A Toast to Our Drunken History offers a peek into the barrooms and battlefields of the revolution, and a sip from the punch bowls of our ancestors. Within its pages you’ll find the stories behind everything from our founding fathers’ favorite tipples to the surprising origins of the American beer, wine, rum and whiskey. This isn’t a simple history, or even a recipe book: it’s an almanac of alcohol and the birth of our nation, with lists, charts, and recipes alongside tall tales and folklore.


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