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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Tonight: Visiting Chef/Writer Tamar Adler in Five Points, Raleigh

Posted by on Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 10:39 AM

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This evening from 7-9:30 p.m., meet Brooklyn-based chef Tamar Adler on the occasion of her new book, An Everlasting Meal, inspired by M.F.K. Fisher's classic How to Cook a Wolf. Tonight is Adler's only North Carolina appearance.

This is a book launch party like you may never have seen before: The event will take place on the patio at the former Bickett Market in Raleigh's Five Points. Expect bluegrass and old-time music; sausages on the grill; sides by the new Pullen Place Cafe; beer tastings from super-local Sub-Rosa; wine poured by the Raleigh Wine Shop; and a whole lot of relaxing by the fire pit.

The Patio @ Bickett is a magical, tucked-away courtyard just on the edge of downtown, and tonight is shaping up to be a beautiful evening under the stars.

I'll be onstage with Tamar Adler to discuss the book and talk about her years working in the kitchens of the legendary Chez Panisse in Berkeley and Prune in NYC, then on to dinner and music and mingling.

TICKETS are $35—and get this: 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated to InterFaith Food Shuttle.
Buy online at ...or with cash/check at the door.

Contact Adam Mitchell

The Patio @ Bickett Market
219 Bickett Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27608
United States

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Brooklyn-based chef Tamar Adler presents her new book, An Everlasting Meal, inspired by M.F.K. Fisher's classic How to Cook a Wolf, at The Patio @ Bickett Market tonight.

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