Cravings Tour: Dates, Cities and Details
As I’ve mentioned recently, in just a few short weeks I kick off the tour for my new cookbook, Mad Hungry Cravings. I’ll be traveling around the U.S. to about 15+ city tour where I’ll be doing book signings, cooking classes, in-store demonstrations, talks, fundraisers and more.
What I’d love most, especially after the great success of QVC and the valiant return of Mad Hungry to Hallmark, is to meet all of you and thank you personally for your support, so please come out and say “hi”!
I’ve posted the dates below, as well as made a special page at the top lefthand- side of the blog (right under topics) called MH Cravings Tour Dates– check back there for more information, as we update the tour with more events and details in the coming weeks.
Mad Hungry Cravings’ Book Tour Schedule
3/14: New York, NY: Institute of Culinary Education
Lucinda holds a moderated talk about her job as the Executive Director of Food and Entertaining at Martha Stewart Living as well as the creation of her brand, Mad Hungry + a book signing. $40 for general admission. Call 212-847-0770 to sign up (50 W 23rd St #5 New York, NY 10010).
3/19 Austin, TX
3/20: Dallas, TX
3/21: Fort Worth, TX
3/22: Southlake, TX
4/10: Boston, MA:
12PM Cooking demonstration (with sample tastes!), Q&A, signing at Xhibition Kitchen in Northeastern University’s Stetson Hall, 11 Speare Place, Boston. Books will be available for purchase at the event courtesy of Barnes & Noble.
4/13: Washington, DC: Living Social Cooking Classes
12:00 p.m. Cooking class: Noshes & Nibbles. Class includes a signed book and this menu: Grapefruit Thyme Cocktail; Caramelized Onion & Bacon Dip; Herbed Flatbreads; Guacamole; Fake-Out Flautas.
6:30 p.m. Cooking class: Dinner. Class includes a signed book and this menu: Stir-Fried Watercress; Sesame Chicken; Pork Fried Rice; Lychee Martinis.
4/14: Washington, DC: Living Social Cooking Classes
11:00 am Cooking class: Brunch. Class includes a signed book and this menu: Black Tea and Citrus Pitcher; Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes, Double Pork Sausages, Modern Ambrosia Salad.
Lucinda will stop by The Cookbook Store (850 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2H1) to sign copies of the new book.
4/22: Los Angeles
Lucinda will stop by Book Soup in West Hollywood to sign copies of Mad Hungry Cravings.
4/23: Salt Lake City, UT:
12:30 p.m. Cooking demonstration class & Signing at Harmons City Creek, 135 East 100 South, Salt Lake City. Class includes a signed book & tastes of 3 recipes. For more information: 801-428-0366.
7:00 p.m. Talk, Q&A, Signing at The King’s English Bookshop, 1511 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105. More information: 801-484-9100.
4/25: St. Paul, MN
5/6: Bellevue, WA
7:00 p.m. Talk, Q&A, Signing at Bellevue Arts Museum, 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004. In partnership with the King County Library System series, A Place at the Table: Inspiring Cooks, Nourishing Communities. Books available for purchase courtesy of University Bookstore, Bellevue.
5/7: Seattle, WA: The Book Larder
6:30 p.m. Talk & Signing at The Book Larder, 4252 Fremont Ave N Seattle, WA 98103; 206-397-4271.
5/8: San Francisco, CA: Omnivore Books
6:00 p.m. Talk & Signing at Omnivore Books, 3885 Cesar Chavez Street, San Francisco, CA 94131; 415-282-4712.
5/9: San Mateo, CA: Draeger’s Cooking School
6:30 p.m. Cooking Class at Draeger’s Cooking School, 222 East 4th Avenue San Mateo, CA 94401. Class includes a signed book and this menu: Grapefruit Thyme Cocktail; Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip served with crudite; Chicken Livornese; Creamy Polenta; Escarole and Date Salad with Parmesan; Greek Yogurt Cake.
5/10: Danville, CA: Draeger’s Cooking School
6:30 p.m. Cooking Class at Draeger’s Cooking School, 4100 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville, CA 94506. Class includes a signed book and this menu: Grapefruit Thyme Cocktail; Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip served with crudite; Chicken Livornese; Creamy Polenta; Escarole and Date Salad with Parmesan; Greek Yogurt Cake.
5/11: Corte Madera, CA
1:00 p.m. Talk, Q&A & Signing (with Tastes!) at Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera, CA 94925.
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I’m so, so disappointed that the tour doesn’t include southern Calif! Please add San Diego to your itenerary, please! I’m Mad Crazy about Mad Hungry and your style of cooking – you’re awesome! Please consider San Diego, or even Phoenix. My daughther lives there and she is the one that turned me on to Mad Hungry! I would go to Phoenix to meet you! I also miss Everyday Food that use to be on PBS – you chefs were so inspirational and taught me so much! Is that coming back? A huge fan! Thanks for all you’re doing! With much respect and admiration, Em
Lucinda! You’re my favorite TV chef! I love all your recipes and I’m so excited for your new book! By the time I turned on my TV to get the spurtle collection on QVC, it was sold out! Please please please come to Southern Cali! You have sooooo many fans in Los Angeles and we’d love to get a chance to meet you!
I absolutely LOVE you and all Mad Hungry shows!
I’ve learned so much from you, thank you !
The schedule for your tour looks like a lot of busy, busy, traveling, traveling !!
From East to West – North to South. Please take good care of yourself on your journeys! I know you will eat healthy , that I’m sure! So, get enough rest , and enjoy all the people and parts of our wonderful country ! Ps. I grabbed the “spurtles” on qvc before they sold out! Yay! Waiting for your new “Cravings” cookbook from Amazon when it’s available!
Oh, before I close, do you have a place on any of your websites where I could ask you a cooking question?? I bought an old Wagner cast iron skillet that has a lot of wear and not a smooth surface ( sort of bumpy ). Is it ok to use it? Should I do any seasoning to it? It seems it was used for many years and not cleaned completely.
I’m so thrilled that MadHungry has returned !
How come you are not making it to Central United States? Kansas City,Mo., St. Louis, Mo., It would give me a reason to take the train to St. Louis.
My thoughts exactly, Elisa E. P – would love if LSQ would hit Omaha on her book tour – we’re right smack in the center of the US. I would even make the drive to Kansas City. St. Paul is just too far. Bummer! 🙁
Ditto re Central States! Lots of terrific and loyal fans out here. Somewhere around Chicago would be good – within an hour or so. Yes Chicagoans are particular about their hot dogs but some of us also like to try other ways for a lot of traditional foods.
Hope you consider this for future.
One of your oldest and long-time fans 🙂
Would love to see you in Denver too!! Maybe a second tour?? And so glad you’re back on Hallmark!!
Just signed up for your Dallas class! So excited!!
That’s great news! Please stop by and say hello, I’m really looking forward to meeting the Mad Hungry viewers/readers in person.
dear Lucinda…so glad you are back on hallmark, I can do my treadmill as I watch the show again!
love you, jack
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