Sunset Magazine Food Editor Unveils New Cookbook with Talk, Q&A | Mission
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Sunset magazine began in 1898 as a promotional magazine designed to combat the negative “Wild West” stereotypes about California.
Of course now when the US thinks about California it’s all culinary delights, avocados and Napa wines, as it should be.
Sunset’s chronicled the California cuisines evolution since at least the ’40s and they just released “The Sunset Cookbook: Over 1,000 Fresh, Flavorful Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” that wraps it all up with some great history. The Sunset Cookbook is the first masterwork collection of recipes selected from the extensive archives of Sunset magazine.
Meet editor Margo True (who’s also worked at Saveur and Gourmet magazines) for a FREE talk on the cookbook, followed by a Q&A and book signing. She’s a true foodie and will gladly take your questions.
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