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Everyday Cake Pop Up at Accoutre Richmond!

Tuesday, September 20 at 4:00pm to 8:00pm

Fountain Foodies - have we got an event for you! We are proud to partner with Accoutre Richmond to bring you Polina's newest book. This pop-up party will feature all kinds of goodies including cheese boxes, pizzas, and some gorgeous handcrafted items. 

No ticket is necessary, just show up and enjoy!

 

About the Book:

A humble slice, square, or wedge of homemade cake never fails to delight and here you’ll find forty-five simple recipes to make any day feel a bit special.

Using ingredients that are readily available, these cakes are unfussy yet sweetly indulgent. Recipes are arranged using pans most of us already have in our kitchens: round, square, loaf, rectangle, sheet, and bundt. Flavors include warm spices, herbs and flowers, and sweet essences, plus chocolate, fruit, nuts, and seeds.

An appealingly wide range of cakes will tickle every fancy:

The Vanilla Malted Milk with Milk Chocolate Frosting would be perfect for a birthday celebration

The Lemon and Lavender Yogurt cake would be quick to make and satisfying with cup of tea

The Roasted Strawberry with Whipped Crème Fraiche Shortcake would be the perfect way to end a summer supper.

There’s something for every mood and craving in Everyday Cakes.

 

 

About the Author:

Polina Chesnakova is a Seattle-based food writer, recipe developer, and cooking class instructor whose work has been featured in culture, the Washington Post, Saveur, Kitchn, and Seattle magazine. She is the author of Everyday Cake: 45 Simple Recipes for Layer, Bundt, Loaf, and Sheet Cakes and Hot Cheese: Over 50 Gooey, Oozy, Melty Recipes. In addition, she serves as the culinary director at Book Larder, Seattle’s only cookbook shop.

Accoutre Richmond
1312 Bainbridge St. Richmond, VA 23224

Price

Free

Audience

All ages

Topic

Literary

Website

https://www.fountainbookstore.com/Che...

Cost

Free!

Group & Artist
Fountain Bookstore
Hashtag

##foodies

Is this a digital event?

no

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