Photo credit: www.cordonbleu.net
A tale of cookery and romance, Kathleen Flinn's book tells the story of a foodie (herself) who takes the plunge and (in the mode of Julia Child) heads to Paris to enroll in that most famous, most French of cooking schools, Le Cordon Bleu.
More about Flinn's book, The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry, as well as a link to her blog, and recipes, here.
Flinn visits Elliott Bay Books for an informal book signing tomorrow (11 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, December 22), promising to provide a few foodstuffs from the book, including quiche (perhaps this one?) and cava. Cava? I had to look it up. According to Wiki, it's sparkling wine, from Spain.
Free drinks amidst a store full of books--including of course, the visiting author's--at this pre-Christmas event. Sounds dangerous to me.