Deborah Madison, former chef at the Greens restaurant in San Francisco, and author of What We Eat When We Eat Alone* and the award winning Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, is coming to give a talk in the Cuyahoga Valley.
*When I'm alone, my perfect meal is a grilled steak and a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.
**She also wrote another of my favorite quotes from a cookbook. I'm paraphrasing her opening to This Can't be Tofu:
I was shopping at my local grocery store, and I put a block of tofu in my cart. A man who was going by stopped and said: "Tofu. My wife doesn't have a good recipe for that. Do you have one?" I thought about it for a minute, then replied: "Well, unfortunately, the recipe I usually use is this. Leave it in the refrigerator until it is past it's expiration date, then throw it out and buy a new one."
His response was: "Darn. That's my wife's recipe, too."
She will be at the Happy Days Lodge on February 12th at 7PM. Tickets are available by calling (330) 657-2909. Details are available here: Lyceum Series - Deborah Madison: Growing Food, Culture, Community, Wellness, and Pleasure.
My only Tofu recipe = order a bowl of Hot & Sour soup.
A Year on the Grill says
too funny about the tofu.. i never have that problem.