Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Cook the Caboto Club Way - The Windsor Star

Biblioasis Typesetter & IT Saint
Chris Andrechek, flipping zucchini
crepes. Chris, our resident man
of all seasons, is also a chef.
Well these are beautiful days over in BiblioLand. The sun is glinting off the wet roads like (ugh) ice, and temperatures might be plunging to near-freezing at night, but we were warm by our griddles and chafing dishes last night: we're proud to say that Cooking with Giovanni Caboto launched to great local enthusiasm, with a packed joint nibbling happily on Chris Andrechek's creations, and we were greeted this morning by a full-page spread in the Food section of The Windsor Star. In the area? Pick up a copy. It's got neat stats about the book, a seasonally appropriate recipe sample (can anyone say pumpkin?), a couple beaut photos of Gino, Mauro, and chefs Steven and Remo. Otherwise you can sneak a peek online
Editor Gino Piazza (left), and
Photographer Maura
Chechi (right). Where
would we be without them?

In other BiblioNews, we had a thoughtful meditation from Daniel Green run this weekend on experimentalism and Anakana Schofield's Malarky, and a shout-out for Alice Petersen from Stephen Beattie over at That Shakespearean Rag. We're basking in the digi-love these days. Keep it coming! And keep an eye out for Anakana at the Victoria Book Festival, Wordstock, and the Vancouver International Writers Festival over the next few weeks.

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