The Good Earth/Great Chefs series will present Susan Herrmann Loomis and her latest book, “In a French Kitchen,” Sunday, Feb. 21, from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. at the Chino Farm, 6123 Calzada del Bosque, Rancho Santa Fe.
Herrmann Loomis is an award-winning journalist, author of 12 books, a trained chef, and the proprietor of the “On Rue Tatin,” a cooking school in her 15th century home just north of Paris.
Please join the event for a morning amidst the winter bounty at the Chino Farm, for a free book-signing, with bites inspired by the book and many new pantry items for sale. Books are available for sale, and the author will only sign books purchased at the event.
“Susan captures the essence of the French home cook: the search for the finest ingredients, one’s personal connections to the purveyors, superior organization, the creation of a comfortable repertoire of dishes, the joy as well as the triumph of putting a meal on the table.”
— Patricia Wells, author of “A Food Lover’s Guide to Pari”