Did you know there’s another book about feeding kids, with stories and recipes, that also has a chapter about Cornish pasties? It’s true, and this book has four kids in it instead of one. Too Many Cooks, by Emily Franklin. I won’t spoil my favorite quote from one of her kids, but it’s the one where he accuses Mom of trying to kill him.
And for anyone who missed it last time, The Dinner Diaries by Betsy Block is still funny and believable, if health-foodish (which helps make it believable).
Meanwhile, if you’re still interested in Hungry Monkey, which is hard to imagine, you have three more opportunities to see me, and then I am going back into my lead-lined sarcophagus.
June 18, 2009, 5pm-6pm, Queen Anne Farmers Market (corner of Queen Anne Ave and Crockett): Signing.
July 11, 2009, 10am, University District Farmers Market (Seattle): Cooking demo.
July 22, 2009, 6pm-9pm, Palace Ballroom: â€œFoodportunityâ€ with Mina Williams, Nancy Leson, Rebekah Denn, Ronald Holden. $25. Buy tickets.