Deepi Ahluwalia and Stef Ferrari: A Woman’s Place

If “a woman’s place is in the kitchen,” why is the history of food such an old boys’ club?

A Woman’s Place sets the record straight, sharing stories of more than 80 hidden figures of food who made a lasting mark on history.

In an era when women were told to stay at home and leave glory to the men, these rebel women used the transformative power of food to break barriers and fight for a better world. Discover the stories of:

Georgia Gilmore, who fueled the Montgomery Bus Boycott with chicken sandwiches and slices of pie

Hattie Burr, who financed the fight for female suffrage by publishing cookbooks

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, who, with just a few grains of salt, inspired a march for the independence of India

The inventors of the dishwasher, coffee filter, the first buffalo wings, Veuve Clicquot champagne, the PB&J sandwich, and more.

With gorgeous full-color illustrations and 10 recipes that bring the story off of the page and onto your plate, this book reclaims women’s rightful place–in the kitchen, and beyond.

Deepi Ahluwalia is a food and travel photographer, and columnist for Life & Thyme magazine. She has worked with such brands, companies, and publications as American Airlines, Nestle, JCPenney, the Dallas Morning News, Jacques Torres Chocolate, and Wal-Mart. She holds a degree in pastry arts from the French Culinary Institute.

Stef Ferrari is Senior Editor of Life & Thyme Magazine. She is an Emmy-winning, James Beard Award-nominated producer on the documentary series The Migrant Kitchen, which explores the influence of immigrant culture on America’s foodways. Her recipes have been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, and Southern Living, and she has appeared on the Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen and Unique Sweets.

Moderated by the founders of Ovenly, Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga.

Ovenly is a woman-owned NY based bakery creating delicious and award-winning treats. With backgrounds in social justice (Erin) and social work (Agatha), the two are not only focused on building a national brand, but also in developing sustainable business practices with a focus on job development and environmental sustainability.











When: Fri., March 22, 2019 at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Books Are Magic
225 Smith St.
718-246-2665
Price: Free
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If “a woman’s place is in the kitchen,” why is the history of food such an old boys’ club?

A Woman’s Place sets the record straight, sharing stories of more than 80 hidden figures of food who made a lasting mark on history.

In an era when women were told to stay at home and leave glory to the men, these rebel women used the transformative power of food to break barriers and fight for a better world. Discover the stories of:

Georgia Gilmore, who fueled the Montgomery Bus Boycott with chicken sandwiches and slices of pie

Hattie Burr, who financed the fight for female suffrage by publishing cookbooks

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, who, with just a few grains of salt, inspired a march for the independence of India

The inventors of the dishwasher, coffee filter, the first buffalo wings, Veuve Clicquot champagne, the PB&J sandwich, and more.

With gorgeous full-color illustrations and 10 recipes that bring the story off of the page and onto your plate, this book reclaims women’s rightful place–in the kitchen, and beyond.

Deepi Ahluwalia is a food and travel photographer, and columnist for Life & Thyme magazine. She has worked with such brands, companies, and publications as American Airlines, Nestle, JCPenney, the Dallas Morning News, Jacques Torres Chocolate, and Wal-Mart. She holds a degree in pastry arts from the French Culinary Institute.

Stef Ferrari is Senior Editor of Life & Thyme Magazine. She is an Emmy-winning, James Beard Award-nominated producer on the documentary series The Migrant Kitchen, which explores the influence of immigrant culture on America’s foodways. Her recipes have been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, and Southern Living, and she has appeared on the Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen and Unique Sweets.

Moderated by the founders of Ovenly, Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga.

Ovenly is a woman-owned NY based bakery creating delicious and award-winning treats. With backgrounds in social justice (Erin) and social work (Agatha), the two are not only focused on building a national brand, but also in developing sustainable business practices with a focus on job development and environmental sustainability.

Buy tickets/get more info now