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The Lazy Gourmet’s Non-Lazy Book Tour Continues!

Lazy Gourmet at Aldea
Lazy Gourmet author event at San Francisco’s Aldea homewares store

It’s official: we are SO not lazy! The mid-summer leg of our Lazy Gourmet book tour saw us at four events in the span of two weeks, including a trip down to Pasadena’s famous Vroman’s bookstore, where we were warmly greeted by a huge and enthusiastic crowd of Southern Californians. The previous weekend we’d enjoyed a mingley meet-and-greet at Aldea, a gorgeous, elegant, funky homewares store in San Francisco’s Mission district. And yesterday we woke up at the crack of dawn to make our Fig Salad with Mint and Pistachios (The Lazy Gourmet, p.66) for Henry Tenenbaum on the KRON 4 Weekend News—then hustled up to Corte Madera for Book Passage’s annual Travel and Food Writing & Photography Conference, where we spoke about authoring and bloggering.

Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena
Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena

As always, we met some wonderful people, saw some old friends, sold some books, and shared a scrumptious buffet of Lazy Gourmet favorites: Savory Blue Cheese Shortbread Crackers, Fig and Onion Jam, White Bean Spread with Parmesan and Mint, and Sun-Dried Tomato and Olive Tapenade. (All recipes are in the book. And I swear on a stack of People magazines, I’m not tired of any of them yet!)

Check our events page to find out where we’ll be next. We’ve got some fun stuff planned and hope to see you along the way!

Juliana Gallin, Robin Donovam, Henry Tenenbaum
Two Lazy Gourmets with KRON’s Henry Tenenbaum
The Lazy Gourmet cookbook at Book Passage
The Travel and Food Writing & Photography Conference at Book Passage

1 thought on “The Lazy Gourmet’s Non-Lazy Book Tour Continues!”

  1. Oh, you guys have been not only SO not lazy, you were SO cute on Henry Tennenbaum’s tv show. So, was he, actually. He did want to know if your book was for “idiots like me”, but I’d like to say that some of the finest cooks I know are using your book. Everyone should know the book is for, yes, the lazy-assed and kitchen-idiots but also for the gourmet cooks who need some fresh recipes that are easy and present beautifully.

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