Looking to plan your Book Fair strategy with food in mind? Here’s the lineup.
There’s also a special dinner Nov. 19 at Tuyo at Miami Dade College’s Miami Culinary Institute featuring Norman Van Aken and Scott Conant. Tickets are $135 and include both books.
Cooking demonstrations: Tickets for demos are $15 and seating is limited. Tickets and a full schedule are available at MiamiBookFair.com
11 a.m. — John Moeller, author of “Dining at the White House: From the President’s Table to Yours.”
1 p.m. — Norman Van Aken, author of “No Experience Necessary: The Culinary Odyssey of Chef.”
3 p.m. — Patricia Wells, author of “The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence.”
11 a.m. — Peggy Kotsopoulos, author of “Kitchen Cures: Revolutionize Your Health with Foods that Heal.”
1 p.m. — Brian Boitano, author of “What Would Brian Boitano Make? Fresh and Fun Recipes for Sharing with Family and Friends.”
3 p.m. — Ingrid Hoffmann, author of “Latin D’ Lite: Delicious Latin Recipes with a Healthy Twist.”
Chef book presentations: Free admission with no ticket required. Books will be available for sale and authors will sign. All presentations take place in Building 6, Room 6100 (first floor).
12 p.m. — Leticia Moreinos Schwartz on “My Rio de Janeiro: A Cookbook,” Manuel Villacorta, on “Peruvian Power Foods” and Maureen Fant on “Sauces and Shapes: Pasta the Italian Way.”
1:30 p.m. — Sandra A. Gutierrez on “Latin American Street Food: The Best Flavors of Markets, Beaches, and Roadside Stands from Mexico to Argentina,” Lolis Eric Elie on “Treme: Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans” and Michael Ruhlman, on “The Book of Schmaltz: Love Song to a Forgotten Fat.”
3 p.m. —Ingrid Hoffmann on “Latin D’ Lite: Delicious Latin Recipes with a Healthy Twist,” Peggy Kotsopoulos on “Kitchen Cures: Revolutionize Your Health with Foods that Heal” and Brian Boitano on “What Would Brian Boitano Make? Fresh and Fun Recipes for Sharing with Family and Friends.”
4 p.m. — Michael Steinberger on “The Wine Savant: A Guide to the Wine Culture” and Paul Lukacs on “Inventing Wine: A New History of One of the World’s Most Ancient Pleasures.”
1 p.m. — John Moeller on “Dining at the White House: From the President’s Table to Yours,” Patricia Wells on “The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence” and Norman Van Aken on “No Experience Necessary: The Culinary Odyssey of Chef Norman Van Aken.”
3 p.m. – Rachel Roque on “Cocina Latina: El sabor del mundo latino” and Antoni Miralda on “Power Food.”
4 p.m. — Mandy Baca on “The Sizzling History of Miami Cuisine,” Deeny Kaplan Lorber on “Waiting at Joe’s” and Ellen Kanner, “Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith, and What to Eat for Dinner.”