Monday, July 16, 2012

The "Curious Cook" speaks in the Park

As part of the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, this Saturday July 21st, Moose Jaw will be welcoming the renowned food author - dee Hobsbawn-Smith. To our delight, dee will be speaking in Crescent Park's amphitheatre on local food. The event is free, open to the public, and promises to entice your taste buds.  Come on out from 12 - 1:15pm (and feel free to bring your lunch!).

Here's a little bit about dee, to get you acquainted (courtesy of her website):

dee Hobsbawn-Smith is a farmer’s daughter who has cultivated her passion for food into multi-faceted culinary career. Her work as a classically trained chef, caterer, talented baker and restaurateur has been succeeded by a second successful career as a best-selling author, award-winning food writer and popular culinary educator and speaker. dee is a fifth-generation prairie dweller and she has two sons.

See you there!

1 comment:

  1. Wish I could go. Love hearing people speak about local food and how we can keep it local. Healthy foods make healthy people.