We're so excited to welcome Anna Francese Gass to our Table Talk series.
Anna, a native of Rhode Island living in New York City and alumni of the French Culinary Institute, has always maintained a deep passion for authentic immigrant cooking and the surrounding stories. She has spent much of her time traveling the country cooking with grandmothers and learning the true and complicated fabric of this country, one kitchen at a time. Her hope is that by transcribing these cherished recipes, they will continue to be shared and loved for generations to come.
From now until Tuesday, May 7th, we'll be taking questions from you, the Chowhound community, in the comments below, which Gass will answer both here in this post and also on a recorded InstagramTV Q&A which you can find by following us @Chowhound on Instagram,
As a 'thank you,’ we're giving one lucky member a surprise giveaway. To participate, just log your question(s) in the comments below and we'll automatically enter you in the drawing*.
You can purchase the book on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2XLPEGl
More about Anna Francese Gass here: http://www.annasheirloomkitchen.com/a...
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*Only residents of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia will be eligible to enter.
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