Curious Minds Festival // Sam Sifton & Melissa Clark: Making Life More Delicious

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Showings

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema Sun, Mar 8 12:30 PM

Description

As the food editor of The New York Times, Sam Sifton has had a dramatic—and delicious—impact on how and what we love to eat. As the award-winning author of “A Good Appetite”, the Times’ beloved food column, Melissa Clark has been equally influential, revolutionizing how we think about cooking at home.

At this one-of-a-kind meeting of brilliant culinary minds, these two friends and colleagues will serve up tasty insights from their latest books: See You on Sunday, Sifton’s celebration of beautiful food prepared with friends and family; and Clark’s Dinner in French, a thrilling new guide to classic French dishes, updated for the 21st century. As these intrepid tastemakers share their latest edible obsessions—think succulent gumbo and simply grilled eggplant, slow-simmered cassoulet and toothsome tarte tatin—they’ll share their delightful, yet always practical, philosophies for making life delicious.

In conversation with food writer and critic, Chris Nuttall-Smith.

Book sale and signing to follow.

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Promotional Partners: Alliance Française Toronto, Eatable FilmsGeorge Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary ArtsSorauren Farmers' Market and Toronto Food Film Festival

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