by Andrew Z. Galarneau
Attention all aspiring food writers: prizewinning cookbook author and instructor Molly Stevens wants to give you the recipe to writing success. For free.
The Buffalo-born, Nichols-educated Stevens, whose cookbooks “All About Roasting” and “All About Braising” have won numerous national awards, will be talking about writing and her creative process in a presentation at The Filling Station, the restaurant at 745 Seneca St., adjacent to the Larkin at Exchange building.
Stevens will lead a discussion titled “Recipe for Becoming a Food Writer,” sharing how she came to her craft, and how she creates her award-winning cookbooks, "All About Roasting" and "All About Braising."
“It will be great fun to come home to Buffalo and share my love of food and writing in such an exciting new restaurant as the Filling Station,” Stevens said in a news release.
The event, which will include a question-and-answer session with Stevens, is from 5 p.m. till 6:30 on Jan. 31. It’s part of the Larkin Square Author Series, hosted by Larkin Square and Talking Leaves.
According to a news release, Stevens, who now lives in Vermont, has been “heralded by The New York Times Book Review as ‘a beautifully clear writer who likes to teach.’” Copies of Stevens’ books will be available for purchase, as well as food and drink from the Filling Station.
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