Wednesday Nov 02, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
28 Adams Street (Corner of Adams & Water Street @ the Archway)
Brooklyn , NY 11201
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A collection of 100 quintessential German recipes for sweets and breads from the creator of The Wednesday Chef blog and author of the memoir, My Berlin Kitchen, just in time for the holidays! Luisa will be joined by popular food blogger and cook book author David Lebovitz, author of My Paris Kitchen and Sweet Life in Paris.
About Classic German Baking
German baking is legendary and informs baking traditions the world over: Christmas cookies, coffee cakes, delicate tortes, soft seeded rolls, and hearty dumplings all have their origins in Germany (and Austria). In Classic German Baking, blogger and author Luisa Weiss—who was born in Berlin to an Italian mother and American father, and married into a family of bakers with roots in Saxony—has collected and mastered the recipes most essential to every good baker’s repertoire. In addition to the pillars of the German baking tradition, like Christmas stollen, lebkuchen, and apple strudel, Weiss includes overlooked gems, like eisenbahner—an almond macaroon paste piped onto jam-topped shortbread—and rosinenbrötchen—the raisin-studded whole wheat buns that please a child’s palate and a parent’s conscience—to create the resource that bakers across the world have long wanted.
About the Author:
Luisa Weiss is a Berlin-born, American-Italian food writer who grew up eating warm Streuselschnecken on her way to school and believes dark winter days are best enjoyed whilst sharing Lebkuchen and Zimtsterne with family and friends. Luisa is the creator of the blog The Wednesday Chef and author of the lauded memoir, My Berlin Kitchen. Her work has been featured on Design*Sponge and National Public Radio and in Food & Wine, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and Harper’s Bazaar Germany, among many others. She lives in Berlin with her husband and son.
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