The IACP conference is coming to town in 2012. Come down this Saturday (11/19) to Smorgasburg to Win-Win-Win!
Eat fantastic artisan made foods, sample delish soup from Jimmy’s No. 43 at our booth, enjoy a beautiful fall day on the Williamsburg, Brooklyn waterfront and support an dynamic food charity by purchasing chances to win holiday gifts for you and/or your loved ones! AND find out about International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) conference, one the best culinary gatherings on the planet, that’s coming to NYC for the first time ever, in March 2012.
On November 19th, the IACP New York conference host committee team and I will be at the last Smorgasburg of 2011, raising money for the IACP’s charitable arm: The Culinary Trust. We’re raffling some the hottest cookbooks of the season and other prizes from 10-5. Come down say Hi to Ken, Judith, Laura, Brian and I and buy some tickets!
Growing list of raffle prizes:
Pam Anderson: Cook Without a Book: Meatless Meals
Virginia Willis: Basic to Brilliant, Y’all: 150 Refined Southern Recipes and Ways to Dress Them Up for Company
Lisa Fain: The Homesick Texan Cookbook
Melissa Clark: Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can’t Wait to Make
Ellie Krieger: Comfort Food Fix: Feel-Good Favorites Made Healthy
Allison Fishman: You Can Trust A Skinny Cook: 140 Recipes That Love You Back
Kathleen Flinn: The Kitchen Counter Cooking School
Kathleen Flinn: The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry
Amanda Hesser: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century
Molly O’Neill: One Big Table: 600 recipes from the nation’s best home cooks, farmers, fishermen, pit-masters, and chefs
A.J. Rathbun: Ginger Bliss and the Violet Fizz
Wini Moranville: The Bonne Femme Cookbook
Dinah Corley: Gourmet Gifts
Christie Matheson: Cake Simple
Robin Asbell: Big Vegan
Domenica Marchetti: The Glorious Pasta of Italy
Saveur: The New Comfort Food
Betty Rosbottom: Sunday Roasts
Erika Janik: Apple: A Global History (signed)
Brian Yarvin: The Too Many Tomatoes Cookbook (signed)
Roni Noone: GreenLiteBites: Favorites From the First 3 Years
Driscoll’s: A month of fresh berries
Fresh Direct: $50 gift card
Jarlsberg: Cheese entertaining gift: a wedge of Jarlsberg, piggy pie flute, pie crust cutter and Jarlsberg kitchen magnet and mo’
Rozanne Gold: The 1-2-3 Collection by Rozanne Gold (e-book)
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
LIKE: IACP Annual Conference Facebook Page to follow the conference
FOLLOW: #IACPNYC on Twitter
About the Culinary Trust
The Culinary Trust is focused in giving culinary professionals the tools and opportunities to understand and act on critical issues on the world of food. The Culinary Trust achieves its mission through scholarships and grants for students and professionals, cookbook preservation and restoration, educational programs and grants for hunger alleviation. Visit the Culinary Trust Web Site.
About The IACP 34th Annual Conference
In 2012, International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) brings its annual conference to New York City-the global epicenter of food, media, art and fashion. The cosmopolitan city is a crucible of creativity where ideas arise, cross boundaries and spread throughout the culture. Food professionals are a huge part of this creative process, influencing trends in publishing, media, social activism, sustainability, design, retail and fashion.
Through “Fashioning Food,” we examine, challenge and celebrate the ways in which the food world interacts with other cultural currents. We explore how food both initiates and responds to the never-ending pursuit of “the new.”
Come be a part of this exhilarating conversation. Go behind the scenes with key industry players, get access to the style-makers, taste the latest culinary trends. Connect with your peers from around the world and share the unrivaled energy of the city that never sleeps, a place where cultures converge in the most delicious and exciting ways.
WHEN: March 29-April 2, New York, New York, USA
WHERE: Headquarters Hotel: Millennium Broadway
Find out more: visit the IACP Web Site