My book, my book!
Late last night I realized that yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the pub date of my cookbook, “Casserole Crazy: Hot Stuff for Your Oven.” I can’t believe it’s been an entire year, but it presents the perfect opportunity to remind you that if you don’t yet have a copy now is the perfect time to get one. Not only is it full of easy, delicious casserole recipes—many of which can be made on the super cheap—I’ve been told it’s pretty damn funny.
So go here (or better yet, walk your sweet ass to your local independent bookstore) and get a copy… or two; it’s a great gift.
One of the great things about publishing a book is that you become an expert of sorts and I, of course, am happy to serve as the authority on casseroles. So when The Daily Beast asked me to write an article on the casserole as the perfect recession food, I was more than happy to oblige.
Read it here.
How is it that a great review for “Casserole Crazy” is in one of my favorite magazines which features one of my most beloved female singers on the cover?
Have the stars just aligned in the shape of a vintage Pyrex dish?
I think they have.
There’s a chill in the air and the economy sucks. It’s time for a casserole or 30.
The Casserole Party is an annual casserole competition, organized and hosted by “Casserole Crazy” author Emily Farris. A platform for Midwesterners (or anyone) to show off a hearty and comforting dish from childhood, it’s also it’s an excuse to over-indulge in baked delicousness.
The Fourth Casserole Party will be held Monday, November 10, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. at Brooklyn Label at 180 Franklin Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Click through to find out who’s judging and learn how you can register for the Fourth Annual Casserole Party.
It’s true: my cookbook, Casserole Crazy: Hot Stuff For Your Oven! is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com. But do you know what’s even better? You can probably also pre-order it from your local, independent bookstore, and I know you can pre-order it from my local, independent bookstore (no matter where you are, they ship!), which I highly encourage you to do.
Or, you can do what (hopefully) millions of Americans will do, and buy it when it’s released on October 7.
However you do it, buy my book! Pretty please? With a layer of crusty cheese on top?