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Julia della Croce: foodwriter, chef, consultant - photos of appearances

UPCOMING EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

Kips Bay Decorator Show House
161 East 64th Street, New York City
Cooking demonstration and chat with the chef, and renown kitchen designer, Christopher Peacock in his showcase kitchen at the annual state-of-the-art interiors show benefitting Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club. Proceeds fund after-school programs for New York City children. Open to the public.




Photo Credit: Zach Callahan, House Beautiful


EATALY NYC, 200 5th Avenue
Cooking class on Italian Home Cooking at Mario Batali and the Bastianich's Italian super-emporium.
Italian Home Cooking will be available for sale and signing.
Open to public.
Register on-line
or call (212) 539-0204, Ext 304 (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday)


ARCLINEA & NOVA Studio
The A&D Building, 150 E. 58th Street
Julia demonstrates Italian cooking at Italia in Cucina Live Cooking Day, an cooking marathon created by great chefs and hosted by Arclinea Italian kitchen design in major world capitals at the same time. Julia's latest book, Italian Home Cooking:125 Recipes to Comfort Your Soul (Kyle Books, 2010) will be available for sale and signing.
Contact: Paula Gallo (212) 624-1400.


Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
a working farm, food and educational center under Chef/Creative Director Dan Barber.
Class description: Learn how to make an egg pasta dough and a spinach pasta dough using Stone Barns eggs and greens; how to use a pasta machine to stretch your dough, and practice hand-cutting techniques for tagliatelle, maltagliati, pappardelle, fettuccine and farfalle. Afterwards, make Julia’s 20-minute tomato sauce. Italian Home Cooking and The Pasta Book will be available for sale and signing.
Open to public.
For information visit their website


New York City College of Technology
300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Anna Rose Nurse culinary program, demonstration on gnocchi-making and ragù, for professional students.





Julia and Anna Nurse with students of NYC Tech