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Lunar New Year 2012: Simple Asian Meals with Nina Simonds
Wed, Jan 18, 2012, 6:30 pm - 11:59 pm
$15 admission; $30 includes book & tasting; free admission for MOCA members. RSVP REQUIRED to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get a healthy start to the Year of the Dragon!
Join Nina Simonds, contributing editor for Gourmet Magazine and James Beard award-winning author of A Spoonful of Ginger and Spices of Life for the launch of her latest cookbook, Simple Asian Meals: Irresistibly Satisfying and Healthy Dishes for the Busy Cook. Simonds will share her insight on the Asian philosophy of foods and their “heating” (yang) and “cooling” (yin) effects on the body, and discuss how this can be integrated into everyday home cooking.
Followed by booksigning and reception/tasting.
Ticket: $15 admission; $30 includes book & tasting; free admission for MOCA members. RSVP REQUIRED to email@example.com.
About Nina Simonds
Nina Simonds is an award-winning journalist and author and is one of the country’s leading authorities on Asian cooking. In 2001, Newsweek Magazine named her one of “America’s Top Twenty-Five Asian Hands”. She is the author of ten books on Chinese cuisine and culture, including the best-selling A Spoonful of Ginger and Spices of Life, both of which won both the IACP and the James Beard Foundation Book Award for Health.
Simonds has appeared on television programs throughout the United States including The Today Show and The Martha Stewart Show and has been featured on National Public Radio’s The Diane Rehm Show, Morning Edition and Fresh Air. She was a contributing editor for Gourmet Magazine and was a regular contributor to The New York Times and O Magazine.