Lots of events coming up in the next few weeks! Please mark your calendar and come out to say hello.
Sunday, October 27 - “Foodie & the Beast” show on Federal News Radio, Washington DC: I’ll be making drinks (for the entire studio!) and talking about Cocktails for a Crowd with charming host Nycci Nellis on the “Foodie and the Beast” show on Federal News Radio. (11 am-noon. If you’re in the DC area, listen live at 1500 AM; if not, find the audio online here. )
Monday, October 28 - Lecture on The Secret Financial Life of Food, at The World Bank, Washington DC: Q&A with moderator Yurie Tanimichi Hoberg, Senior Economist in the Agriculture and Environmental Services Department of the World Bank. (12:30-2 pm, at The InfoShop at The World Bank in Washington, DC. Open to the public; bring your ID.)
Tuesday, November 5 – Fresh Ideas for the Holidays cocktail party, with Erica Duecy, The Beacon Bar, NY: Don’t settle for the same-old mulled wine at your holiday party. Join Erica Duecy, author of the newly-released book Storied Sips and me for fresh cocktail ideas to spice things up. We’ll have live jazz, passed nibbles and cocktails from both of our books, so come thirsty! (6-8 pm, Hotel Beacon NYC, 2130 Broadway at 75th St. Please RSVP: email@example.com.)
Friday, December 6 - Cocktails for a Crowd – Holiday Entertaining class at Astor Center, NY: A hands-on cocktail-making class! Whether you’re planning an elegant holiday soiree or a laid-back New Year’s Eve gathering with friends, learn how to make big-batch cocktails to impress your guests, without breaking a sweat. Don’t wait too long to sign up, the August class sold out quickly. (6:30-8 pm, December 6 at Astor Center. Purchase tickets here.)
Saturday, December 14 - Holiday Cocktails for a Crowd class at Mohonk Mountain House: As part of Mohonk’s annual “How To” Holiday Weekend (Dec 13-15), learn to mix and make traditional holiday cocktails to get everyone in the spirit. (5 pm, December 14 at Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY. For reservations, please call 855-883-3798.)