Pascal Baudar to speak at SFPLA General Meeting – Sunday April 17th

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SFPLA General Meeting

Sunday April 17, 2016

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

2113 E. Villa Street, Pasadena

The next Slow Food Preservers Los Angeles General Meeting will have a very special guest speaker!  Author Pascal Baudar is a professional forager, wild food instructor, and a self-styled “culinary alchemist” based in Los Angeles. His locally sourced wild ingredients and unique preserves have made their way into the kitchens of such star chefs as Ludo Lefebvre, Josiah Citrin, Ari Taymor, Michael Voltaggio, Chris Jacobson and Niki Nakayama

Over the years, through his weekly classes and seminars, he has introduced thousands of home cooks, local chefs, and others to the flavors offered by the wild terroir of southern California.  He has served as a wild food consultant for several TV shows including MasterChef and Top Chef Duels. He has been featured in numerous TV shows and publications, including Time magazine, the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Weekly, and the New York Times. In 2014, he was named one of the 25 most influential taste makers in L.A. by Los Angeles magazine.  Pascal also be signing his new book “New Wildcrafted Cuisine”, which can be purchased at the end of his presentation.  The list price of the book is $40.00.   All are encouraged to bring a snack or refreshment to share with the group.

All are welcome. Please share this announcement with your friends.  Click the link above to get your tickets today.  You won’t want to miss it!

Update:   4/11/16 A message from Pascal Baudar:

I just wanted to let everyone know that my book “The New Wildcrafted Cuisine was released 2 weeks ago. It is packed with information on what you can do with wild edibles – 432 pages and over 500 photos with step by step. The price is very low right now ($27) instead of $40 on amazon.
If you’re interested in regional wild food (Southern California), I think you should consider buying it. It’s what I teach in many of my classes and much more!  How to make wild beers, wines, homemade vinegars, use of local seeds, fermentation, making wild sodas and infusions, etc… Although not a plant identification book, it also has A LOT of photos of plants I use.
The link to amazon is:
Have a wonderful day and I look forward to see you soon!

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