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Have lunch in town with food author Lucinda Scala Quinn
The Harbor Club in Huntington invites you to join Lucinda Scala Quinn for lunch on Saturday, Nov. 14, at their waterfront setting overlooking Huntington Harbor. Share an intimate cooking demonstration and Q&A and enjoy a delicious buffet luncheon featuring several items inspired by her recipes. She will also be available to personally sign copies of her new cookbook, "Mad Hungry, Feeding Men & Boys"As Martha Stewart Omnimedia's food guru, and host of TVs "Everyday Food," her recipes are favorites on many American tables. Tickets for the luncheon and cooking demonstration are $50, and personally signed copies of "Mad Hungry, Feeding Men & Boys" will be available for $25. The event will run from 1 p.m. to 5.
Tickets are limited and can be purchased by
lucindascalaquinn.eventbrite.com/ The Harbor Club is at 95 New York Avenue. Starting with how to keep your "guy-friendly" pantry stocked and your freezer stacked, the author covers all the dos and don'ts of becoming an evangelist for the sit-down family meal. She shares her signature strategies and simple yet tasty recipes for hearty home-style dishes, such as an inexpensive, irresistible, slow-roasted, easy pork butt to a one-skillet chicken and how to turn leftovers into lunch. There are fast breakfasts, guaranteed guy grub (a "Blow 'em Away Burger"), and "no-junk" convenience foods like the Breakfast Burrito and Savory Chicken Pocket Pies-all made from scratch with healthy ingredients. Jeanne Murphy represents The Harbor Club.