Join the Southern Food & Beverage Museum to welcome author Nik Sharma as he signs his new cookbook Season: Big Flavors, Beautiful Food.
Enjoy a conversation between Nik and fellow author Scott Hocker, discussing the writing of the book, the process of developing recipes, and more.
Season is the story of an immigrant spoken through food and photography and a collection of flavors from Nik Sharma’s two worlds—India and America. There are few books that offer home cooks a new way to cook and to think about flavor-and fewer that do it with the clarity and warmth of Nik Sharma's Season.
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 Season in the SoFAB Pantry will receive 1 complimentary admission per book. Program is free with museum admission.
About the Chef
Nik Sharma is the writer, photographer, and recipe developer behind A Brown Table, an award-winning blog that has garnered best-ofs from Saveur, Parade, Better Homes & Gardens, and the International Association of Culinary Professions. His weekly column, “A Brown Kitchen,” appears in the San Francisco Chronicle and he has written for Saveur, Taste, Food52, Eater, among others. He was also featured in America, the Great Cookbook that contains recipes from 100 top chefs and cooks from the country. Nik lives in Oakland, California.
Season: Big Flavors, Beautiful Food (Chronicle Books, October 2, 2018) has been named as on the most anticipated cookbooks of Fall 2018 by Eater, Food and Wine, Epicurious, The Kitchn, Delish, The Forward, The Evening Standard (U.K.), Delicious (UK).
Scott Hocker is a writer, editor, recipe developer, cookbook author and content & editorial consultant. He is currently the editor in chief of Liquor.com. Previously, he was the editor in chief of TastingTable.com, where he helped grow the food-media company into a powerhouse lifestyle brand. Prior to that, he was a senior editor at San Francisco magazine. During his time there, the magazine won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence. In 2012, he was chosen for Out magazine’s OUT 100, an annual who’s who of artists, creatives and other power players in the LGBT community. Scott has worked front- and back-of-the-house in fine-dining restaurants and has written food, travel, culture and lifestyle stories for local, national, and international publications, including his James Beard Award–nominated column for TASTE.