On Saturday February 8th, have a little breakfast in the late afternoon with author and cook Megan Gordon, who is also the woman behind the awesome Marge Granola! Her new cookbook, Whole-Grain Mornings, is all about satisfying breakfasts—and we’re not just talking oatmeal, folks. More like cheesy chive millet grits, zucchini farro cakes, and saucy tomato-poached eggs with kale and wheat berries. YES. It’s an inspiring book to shake up your morning routine.
We may have lost Megan to Seattle, but she’ll be back in SF to teach a class at ~18 REASONS~ from 3pm-6pm where you’ll learn several of her recipes, plus some of her tips for saving time in the morning (very important). The class will culminate in a dinner with wine; tickets are $65 for the general public and $55 for members.
If you can’t catch Megan that Saturday, she also has events at the following locations in the Bay Area: Friday February 7th at 11am at Anthropologie Fourth Street (750 Hearst Ave., Berkeley); Saturday February 8th at 10am at Healdsburg Shed (25 North St., Healdsburg); and Sunday February 9th at 1pm at Book Passage (51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera).
Saturday Feb 8, 2014
$65 for the general public, $55 for members