121 Larchmont Ave
Larchmont, NY 10538
Monday, July 15 from 1:00 to 2:30pm
No registration required
Great meals linger in our memory long after the meal has concluded and writing about our memories of great food goes far beyond submitting a review on Yelp or TripAdvisor. Danielle Rehfeld of The Inherited Plate will show you how to explore your memories in this workshop, during which we’ll read some short food writing pieces followed by writing exercises. The workshop will help you discover the skills to write about your memories as they relate to food, time, place and persons.
Danielle Rehfeld Colen is the founder and curator of The Inherited Plate. She graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in New York, The George Washington University and has worked in professional NYC kitchens and in private homes for the last 10 years. Danielle has tested recipes at Real Simple, Women’s Day and wrote and developed recipes for her food column What’s Cooking in The Riverdale Press for 5 years. Most recently, her work was published in The Boston Globe. She caters, teaches private cooking classes and cooks with professional chefs and home cooks from all over the world to preserve and share their authentic family recipes, stories and special culinary knowledge. She lives in NYC.