Yes, I know, summer’s over. So what am I doing talking about ice cream? I should be talking about pumpkins. Or maybe turkeys.
Well, ice cream’s one of those treats that people love 24/7, 365 days a year. So even though it’s almost Halloween, I’m doing two events in the coming weeks where I’m talking about ice cream history and reading from my book Ice Cream: A Global History.
The first is in San Francisco Oct. 9 at Omnivore Books on Food. The second, part of the reading series Drink.Think, is in New York, where I’ll be part of a group reading about drinks, mostly alcoholic—except I’m reading about the sweet and innocent cream soda. (See below for details.)
Here’s the info. Hope to see you there!
Oct 9, 2012
3885 Cesar Chavez Street San Francisco, CA
415 282 4712
October 16, 2012
The bar will be open starting at 6pm – the reading starts at 7pm
Obra Negra, below Casa Mezcal
86 Orchard Street
212 777 2600