Luncheon with Dorie Greenspan

The team at Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro have partnered with Boswell Books to present an author luncheon featuring James Beard Award winner Dorie Greenspan, the author of the new book Everyday Dorie. 


Hors d’œuvres 

Carrot and Mustard Rillette with Rye Crips (Pg 10)
My Newest Gougeres (Pg 8)
Roasted Squash Hummus with Endive (Pg 20)

Soupe et Salade

Individual Soup Shooter of Roasted Butternut Squash, with Herbs and Cream (Pg 58)
and salad of Cauliflower Tabbouleh with Chickpeas (Pg 95)
Alsace, 2012 Pierre Sparr

Spatchcocked Poulet aux Tarragon

Spatchcocked Chicken with Tarragon (Pg 132)
with sides of Maple Syrup and Mustard Brussels sprouts (Pg 212)
Basta Pasta Potato Salad (Pg225)
Butter Glazed Turnips (Pg227)
Bourgogne, 2015 Côte Chalonnaise Rouge Domaine M. Goubard ​​​​​​


Flognade with Pears, Crème Anglaise (Pg 293)
Honey Belle

Cadeau Pour Vous

Candied Cocktail Almonds to go (Pg 6)


About the book, which is available starting October 23:

To the hundreds of thousands who follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, Dorie Greenspan’s food is powerfully cookable—her recipes instant classics. In Everyday Dorie, she invites readers into her kitchen to savor the dishes that she makes all the time, from Miso-Glazed Salmon to Lemon Goop.

What makes a “Dorie recipe”? Each one has a small surprise that makes it special. Mustard and walnuts in the cheese puffs. Cherry tomatoes stuffed into red bell peppers and oven-charred. Cannellini beans in cod en papillote. The dishes are practical, made with common ingredients from the supermarket, farmers’ market, or pantry, like Sweet Chili Chicken Thighs, which is both weeknight simple and fine enough for company, and Eton Mess, a beautifully casual dessert of crumbled meringue, fruit, and whipped cream. They are easygoing, providing swaps and substitutions. They invite mixing and matching. Many can be served as dinner, or as a side dish, or as an appetizer, or hot,  cold, or room temperature. And every single one is like a best friend in the kitchen, full of Dorie’s infectious love of cooking and her trademark hand-holding directions.


About Dorie Greenspan: 

Called a ‘culinary guru’ by The New York Times and inducted into the “Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America,” Dorie Greenspan is the author of thirteen cookbooks and the most recent will be Everyday Dorie out October 2018. Baking Chez Moi, was on The New York Times Bestseller List, as was Around My French Table, which was named Cookbook of the Year for 2010 by the IACP, Epicurious, and Amazon. A five-time James Beard Foundation award-winner for her cookbooks and magazine articles, Dorie has collaborated with many celebrated chefs, among them Julia Child (Dorie wrote Baking with Julia), Daniel Boulud and Pierre Hermé. Her book, Baking From My Home to Yours, inspired the creation of Tuesdays with Dorie, a weekly online baking club that has been ongoing for over seven years. A similar group, French Fridays with Dorie, has cooked its way through the more than 200 recipes in Around My French Table. Dorie writes the New York Times Sunday Magazine ‘On Dessert’ monthly column. She lives in New York City, Westbrook, Connecticut, and Paris, France.

Three courses with pairings
$68 per person plus service charge and tax for lunch with book

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