We have a winner of our Ruth Tobias book signing contest, in which we asked Cafe Society readers to answer this question: How many hours did it take Tobias to complete her manuscript? Congrats to chrisdoubleyou, who guessed 500; the actual number is 513 hours! Chrisdoubleyou, we'll send you an e-mail with info about how to claim your prize.
Original post: "Landscape has everything to do with who Coloradans are and thus how they cook, eat, and drink," writes local food blogger and culinary author Ruth Tobias in her new cookbook Extraordinary Recipes from Denver & Boulder Chef's Table, a 224-page compendium of eighty recipes from many of the state's best chefs.
"Combined with a spotlight on cooking traditions from around the world, the Front Range dining scene has never felt so exciting and vibrant, all the while set against a singular backdrop: the Rocky Mountains," notes Tobias, who will take center stage at Trillium on Sunday, August 25 to sign copies of her book -- and you (and a guest) can join the festivities, which include a copy of Tobias's book (the stunning food photography, by the way, is courtesy of Beckenridge-Wynkoop chef Chris Cina), plus cocktails and Scandinavian canapes from Trillium chef Ryan Leinonen, for free.
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