Food writers and chefs to speak on 'Writing, Food, Intimacy'
Posted March 14, 2013; 05:51 p.m.
The Center for African American Studies' Critical Encounters series will present a panel of food writers and chefs to discuss "Writing, Food, Intimacy" at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, in McCormick Hall, Room 101. The panelists include Christopher Albrecht, executive chef of Eno Terra in Kingston, N.J.; Leonard Barkan, the Class of 1943 University Professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton; Frank Bruni, columnist and former restaurant critic, The New York Times; Gabrielle Hamilton, author of the memoir "Blood, Bones and Butter" and chef of Prune in New York; and Anita Lo, author and chef of Annisa in New York. A Q&A will follow.