Canadian cookbook author extraordinaire Naomi Duguid has written several beautiful books about her travels and eating adventures in Asia. Her most recent is called Burma: Rivers of Flavor, and as the name suggests, it focuses entirely on Burmese cooking. On Tuesday September 25th she’ll be at ~BETELNUT~, talking about the book, her many enviable travel adventures, and her perspective on the pretty serious changes taking place in Burma right now. Betelnut’s chef, Alex Ong, will prepare dishes from the book and take part in the discussion with Duguid. The event takes place 6pm-8pm, and the cost is $75 for Asia Society members or $90 for the general public. The cost includes tax, gratuity, food, wine, and beer. More information and tickets can be found here.