Cookbook Celebrates Rancho Santa Fe Home Town Market

This Sunday, Nov. 20th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe will host a book signing with Nancy Silverton, author of “The Mozza Cookbook.” This is the first time the Chino Farm has hosted a public event of this sort, near your Rancho Santa Fe home. Chef Nancy Silverton, founder of La Brea Bakery and owner of two of the most popularly lauded and acclaimed restaurants in California, will be present to sign copies of “The Mozza Cookbook,” written with San Diego native Carolynn Carreño, and widely applauded and praised. If you live in Rancho Santa Fe and enjoy fine cooking, you’ll be thrilled to attend this charming event.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, you and your family have a unique opportunity to visit the extraordinary Chino Farm to discover their artful farming and impeccable produce and to honor their excellent contribution to the gourmet food industry. Silverton acknowledges Chino Farms produce as being a key ingredient to her mouth-watering fare.
For home cooks, this is the place to take your grocery list, if you live in Rancho Santa Fe. The Chinos grow five varieties of sweet potatoes and many varieties of winter squash, along with other vegetables that would grace a traditional Thanksgiving table tastefully. For your Thanksgiving Feast, there’s no better place to find inspiration, fine ingredients, and step by step directions, than combining Chino Farms and The Mozza Cookbook. In addition to the signing, there will be an informal reception with delectable food served, including specialty items such as prosecco, gourmet cookies, crostini, Chino winter squash, sautéed bitter greens, and smoked bacon. Sounds like a pre-Thanksgiving treat for foodies, gourmands and family cooks. The Chino Farm is at 6123 Calzada del Bosque, in Rancho Santa Fe. For more information about this free outdoor event, click here.
Creative Commons License photo credit: downtownpearl

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