The January issue of Shape magazine featured a series of great give-away for readers. 25 copies of The Harvest Eating Cookbook were offered as prizes.
Congratulations to the winners!
Here is the copy of the placement…
I wanted to let you all know that I will be aboard the Holland America Line’s ship ms Rotterdam in May from the 15-22 cruising from Seattle WA to Alaska. The cruise visits the fabulous inner passage in Alaska where glaciers, small fishing towns and amazing wildlife are abundant. I will be doing several cooking demonstrations in the ship’s culinary showcase which is presented by Food & Wine magazine. Obviously I am very excited by this opportunity as I’ve never been on a cruise, or to Alaska.
The staff and owners of The Woodinville Wine Cellars of Woodinville WA will also be aboard the boat and I will be working with winemaker Sean Boyd to pair wines with the dishes I prepare. Woodinville Winery produces several hand crafted wines that have won many awards. I will also get a chance to meet many fellow Lacanche range owners as staff of Frenchranges.com will be aboard too. I have not decided what I will demonstrate or prepare but I will most likely feature some fresh west coast seafood and local spring vegetables.
I will also be signing copies of the Harvest Eating Cookbook so if you have a copy of the book and want to come on a cruise, I’d be delighted to meet you and sign your book! Here are the official details of the 7-day Alaskan Explorer cruise where you can learn more and make reservations before it sells out.
I hope to see some of you onboard the ship!
Chef Keith Snow likes to let his guests feel part of nature. So he takes clean branches from his oak trees and red, yellow and rust colored leaves and places them at the center of his table. He clusters bunches of locally bought apples and winter squash like butternut or acorn across the surface.
A diner at Snow’s table might include a jar of butternut squash soup or spiced applesauce nestled next to their place setting. Small menu cards in scripted font spell out the courses of the meal, including information about the farms that supplied the food and the recipes used to make it.
Chef snow was recently featured on WPIX (CW Network) morning news in New York city to promote the new Harvest Eating Cookbook and to show off recipes for fall produce. Chef Snow shared 5 recipes from the book with the on-air talent from WPIX.
The goal was to get a non-vegetable eater to try and possibly like some of Chef Snows’ vegetable creations, see the mixed results here. This is a link to the WPIX blog page featuring Harvest Eating and Chef Keith Snow.
Join chef Keith Snow at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival of 2009 at Walt Disney’s Epcot Theme Park for 3 consecutive days starting on October 23rd.
Chef Snow will be speaking about the trends in eating locally and cooking with the seasons. After each talk Keith will be signing his new cookbook and meeting with his fans. Check out the event site here.
[private]Chef Snow will be doing a live demonstration at the Baltimore Book Festival Sunday September 27th at 6:00 pm in Baltimore MD. After the event he will sign books for the audience. This event draws 60,000 people each year.
[private]Chef Snow will be at the SIBA trade show and conference on September 26 Saturday, in Greenville South Carolina at the Carolina First Center. He will be demonstrating recipes from the book at 11:00 am then signing books for the audience which is made up of South East regional bookstore owners.
Please note..this is NOT a public event.[/private]
[private]Chef Snow was recently mentioned as part of a list of celebrity chefs who hate certain foods. For our chef, it was sardines and liver…check out the article here to see what other celebrity chefs hate!
Chef Snow was recently mentioned as part of a list of celebrity chefs who hate certain foods. For our chef, it was sardines and liver…check out the article here to see what other celebrity chefs hate! [/private]
[private]Chef Snow was featured in the October Prevention Magazine in their Fast Ideas section. The piece highlighted making a seasoning mix at home, HArvest Eating Seasoning, which is a mix of dried herbs, salt pepper and garlic, that can be used in many ways.[/private]