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Green Rice Salad with Nectarines and Corn

PORTLAND, OREGON! I’m heading your way. I love summers in the Pacific Northwest and I’m so excited to be there. I’ll be demoing 2 vibrant summer recipes from my book: Green Rice Salad with Nectarines and Corn (pictured, above), and Sweet Corn Fritters with Avocado Crema (below.) All that, plus a taste of the Rhubarb Ginger Fizz, for the price of the book! It’s a total steal, and it’s gonna be tons of fun, and it’s my only event in Portland, so please do come out! Tickets for the event can be found here.

Sweet Corn and Squash Fritters from Vibrant Food

And! Speaking of good and great times, here are a few photos from the collaborative dinner that Erin and I hosted last week at 18 Reasons. Such a fun night!

My Summer Squash Pasta and Erin's Cauliflower Corn Tacos for 18 Reasons Dinner

18 Reasons Dinner

18 Reasons Dinner

18 Reasons Dinner

Erin and I in the kitchen for our 18 Reasons dinner!

(Check out our unintentionally coordinated footwear! Worishofers ftw.)

  • Ileana - I wish I could go to this. Have fun!ReplyCancel

  • Francois de Melogue - Wow! Congrats on the book! We’ll be in PDX Saturday for the farmer’s market… unfortunately (or fortunately) I am cooking dinner at home…


  • Rebecca - I SO wish I could go! Have fun!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Leighty - I absolutely love your blog and can’t wait to get my hands on your book! I’m just beginning my cookbook, and your work has been so inspiring!ReplyCancel

  • Thalia @ butter and brioche - beautifully captured post, wish i could have gone. love the book!ReplyCancel

  • Montse {Rhu & Sam} - OMG Where did she get that Mallorca apron? It’s so kitch and I love it ;-) Congrats for the book btw!ReplyCancel

  • Diane - I just received a copy of your book to review and it is BEAUTIFUL!!! I so enjoyed reading it and look forward to following your blog! Blessings!ReplyCancel

  • di from the culinary library - You might be interested in the definitive and most comprehensive sauce cookbook available on the market, MASTERY OF THE SAUCES. Following their highly successful Alchemy of the Mortar & Pestle and Edible Flowers & leaves, volume 3 has just been published by The Culinary Library and is available world wide on Amazon with a LOOK INSIDE function.ReplyCancel

  • Jess @ A Pinch of Thyme - Wow! Both dishes look delish! Wish I was in Portland so I could come to the demo!ReplyCancel

  • Ursula - I definitly have to visit you when I comet o Portland, your dishes look so deliscious! :)ReplyCancel

  • Des - The event looks like it was a huge success. Well; good food and good company just goes well together.ReplyCancel

  • Tamara - Wow. The food looks amazing. I am definitely adding this to my bucket list!ReplyCancel

  • Makelesmouthful - Nice looking dishes . I will hopefully review Portland restaurants at some pointReplyCancel

  • lisbeth | spoontang - I just put the book on order at B&N. everything looks killer amazing and I absolutely cannot wait to start cooking! and please let me know if you come to new york on your book tour!ReplyCancel

  • paseo - Good thing you did not accidentally drop something on those great shoes. Open toes in a commercial kitchen? Not a good idea.ReplyCancel

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