Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Now that Seared to Perfection: The Simple Art of Sealing in Flavor is out, it's time for me to begin *buy* shamelessly *buy* plugging *buy* my book!

So check this out: Seared to Perfection is reviewed on NorthWest Stir and featured in the charming fourth webisode of Recipe Runway (watch at the six minute mark).

Also, mark your calendars for these upcoming book events with yours truly. Please do come out and say hello—I'd love to meet you!

· Searing Pastured Meats cooking class at Salt Fire & Time Community Supported Kitchen in Portland, Oregon at 6:30PM on Wednesday, October 13. A signed copy of my cookbook is included in the price of the class.

· Seared to Perfection cooking class at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington at 6PM on Wednesday, October 20. I guarantee you'll learn to sear like a chef! The menu includes: Steak au Poivre with Red Wine Sauce, Salmon Fillets with Garlic-Dill Butter, Cauliflower with Capers and Parsley, and Pineapple with Vanilla Ice Cream & Coconut-Caramel Sauce. Only a few seats remain, so sign up soon.

· Interview on WNPR's The Faith Middleton Show at 3PM EST on Thursday, October 21. Click to listen live.

· Community Feast & Book Signing at Salt Fire & Time Community Supported Kitchen in Portland, Oregon at 7PM on Friday, October 22. With a menu inspired by my cookbook.

· Interview on PDX.FM's Savor Portland webcast at 4PM PST on Tuesday, October 26. Click to listen live.

· Book signing at Einmaleins in Olympia, Washington from 5PM to 9PM on Friday, November 5. Einmaleins is a very cool independently owned cookware shop featuring modern European design, and this book signing is a part of First Friday festivities.

And more stuff is in the works, so stay tuned. A list of my upcoming cooking classes, book signings, and appearances can always be found in the sidebar on the right.


Irina said...

From Thuan:
Just want to let you know that I am having a good time trying out a few recipes from Lucy’s book:
Sunday – chile-rubbed salmon with mango salsa
Monday – shrimp with warm tomato vinaigrette
Tuesday – pork chops with brandy-mustard cream sauce and green beans with mint. I flambe successfully on the first try.

Everyone loves it. I love Lucy’s book because she not only gives instructions on what ingredients to use but on how to cook it in the pan and what sign to look for rare, medium rare, etc.


Linda from NJ (beef veg. soup girl) said...

Congratulations!! I'm making a point to get your book this weekend when I get out. Can't wait!I know it's going to be good.

Michelle said...

Ho exciting--I'm so happy for you! I can't wait to read your book and try your recipes!

Ninette said...

Congratulations! That's so exciting. You must be thrilled!

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