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Dianne Jacob and Laura Taxel at the Fabulous Food Show

[Update 11/10/2010: Never mind.  I got a call last night saying the writing workshops were cancelled.  Darn!]

Next weekend is the Fabulous Food Show at the IX Center in Cleveland. Two of my favorite authors will be giving a workshop on food writing: Food Writing for Food Lovers.

Dianne is the author of Will Write for Food, the best handbook I’ve found for food writers (like me and this little blog).

Laura is the author of Cleveland Ethnic Eats, and knows more about local, ethnic places all around Northeastern Ohio than anyone else I know.

Their class is at 10:30AM on Saturday, November 13th, and lasts for two hours.  The class is $50, and includes entry to the Fabulous Food Show. I’m not a big Food Network guy, so normally I wouldn’t get excited about going to the show.  But…on top of the chance to take a class with Dianne and Laura, my hero Alton Brown is going to be there.  I can’t wait!

Information about the Food Writing for Food Lovers workshop, including a link to buy tickets, is here: Fabulous Food Writing.

Information about the Fabulous Food Show is here: Fabulous Food Show.

[Update: And I just noticed that Tom from ExploringFoodMyWay will be at the class too. See you there, Tom!]

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Hi! I’m Mike Vrobel. I’m a dad and an enthusiastic home cook; an indie cookbook author and food blogger with a day job, a patient spouse, and three kids who would rather have hamburgers for dinner.

4 Comments

  1. I’m happy to say that I just added your blog to my Google Reader list. I’ve enjoy what I’ve read so far! I’m still deciding on my plans for the Food Show, but thanks for sharing the info!

  2. @Tino:

    Darn. But, it is probably a good thing. I’m curious what the difference between the two classes is, so I’m glad you’re going to that one. I’ll catch up with you afterward to hear what it was like.

  3. Thanks for the shout out, Mike. Unfortunately, I’ll be going to the Friday session instead of the Saturday, so I won’t be able to hang out with you.

    I’m really looking forward to the session, however!

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