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Virtual Stirring the Pot Dorie Greenspan, hosted and interviewed by Florence Fabricant
Join Florence and James Beard award-winning cookbook author Dorie Greenspan as they discuss baking, and her specialty, cookies.
An audience Q&A will follow.
We are excited to partner with our Stirring the Pot sponsor, Citarella, to offer a breakfast package option to enjoy while watching our Virtual Stirring the Pot conversations in the comfort of your home!
Each Citarella Breakfast Package ticket includes a virtual link for the program and breakfast for two. The package can be picked up on the Sunday morning of each talk at the Citarella store of your choice. More details will be arranged after purchase – you will be contacted by a Guild Hall representative to choose your store location and package type.
**Breakfast Package tickets can only be purchased until 10am on the Friday before each event.**
Virtual Ticket plus Citarella Breakfast Package for 2: $60
Member Virtual Ticket plus Citarella Breakfast Package for 2: $50
Package Options – Each packages serves 2:
The New Yorker features freshly baked bagels, signature Citarella Smoked Scottish salmon, scallion cream cheese, vine-ripened tomato, an assortment of Citarella handcrafted rugelach, hand-cut fresh fruit and Citarella watermelon cold-pressed juice.
The European boasts a freshly baked rustic baguette, imported Citarella prosciutto, Citarella Manchego and savory sundried tomato spread. It also included hand cut fresh fruit, handcrafted pistachio biscotti and Citarella watermelon cold-pressed juice.
The Continental contains Citarella imported preserves, creamy Devon butter, a signature selection from Citarella’s expert cheese monger to enjoy with a baked-from-scratch baguette. Find hand cut fresh fruit, Citarella refreshing watermelon cold-pressed juice and homemade, lemon tea cake.
Inducted into the James Beard Foundation’s Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America, Dorie Greenspan is the author of Everyday Dorie, Dorie's Cookies, a 2017 James Beard Award-winner for Best Baking and Dessert book; Around My French Table, a New York Times bestseller that was named Cookbook of the Year by the IACP; Baking Chez Moi, also a Times bestseller; and Baking: From My Home to Yours, a James Beard Award winner. Baking with Dorie is her 14th cookbook. She lives in New York City, Westbrook, Connecticut, and Paris.
Florence Fabricant, a food and wine writer for the New York Times, contributes the weekly Front Burner and Off the Menu columns, is a member of the wine panel and writes the pairings column for the wine tastings. She frequently writes features that appear in the Food section and also covers food and travel elsewhere in the Times. She has written 13 cookbooks. This spring, her latest, The Ladies Village Improvement Society Cookbook: Eating and Entertaining in East Hampton" to celebrate the 125th anniversary of LVIS was published by Rizzoli. Other books include Wine with Food, based on the New York Times pairings columns and written with Eric Asimov and The City Harvest Cookbook, both published by Rizzoli. She actually began her career as a food writer in East Hampton, contributing the column In Season to the East Hampton Star. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Smith College, she has an M.A. in French from New York University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She holds L’Ordre National du Mérite from the French government, is on the Board of Trustees of Guild Hall in East Hampton, N.Y., and is a member of Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America. (New York, NY). She and her husband, Richard, a retired lawyer, live in Manhattan and East Hampton, N.Y. They have two children and two grandchildren.