The Southern Food & Beverage Museum welcomes author Liz Thorpe for a cooking demonstration and book signing to celebrate her new book, The Book of Cheese.
When her travelogue and compendium of American cheese, The Cheese Chronicles (Ecco, 2009), was published, reviewers said, “Young and hip, Liz accomplishes the impossible, making cheese seem sexy.” Now Liz has published the definitive tome on cheese: The Book of Cheese is any food lover's road map to more than 350 cheeses of the world.
This event is presented in partnership with the John & Bonnie Boyd Hospitality & Culinary Library and is free with museum admission. Those who purchase a copy of The Book of Cheese in the SoFAB Pantry will receive 1 complimentary admission per book. The program begins at 1 PM in the Rouses Culinary Innovation Center by Jenn-Air, samples are first come first serve. Free with museum admission.
About the Author
Liz has worked in cheese for fifteen years, first as the Vice President of New York’s Murray’s Cheese and more recently as the founder of consulting company The People’s Cheese. Liz is a regularly sought as a contributor to and expert in publications as diverse as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Robb Report, O Magazine and Cooking Light.
Liz lives in New Orleans where her family eats satsumas, pecans, shrimp and okra on a regular basis. After all this time, she still thinks cheese is sexy.