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    Sara Moulton Talk and Book Signing

    Presented by at Concord Art Association

    November 18, 2012


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    Sara Moulton Talk and Book Signing

    Chef/cookbook author/TV Personality, Sara Moulton, will talk about her life in the food and TV biz - from her days working with Julia Child to the current trend of food as entertainment. 

    One of the most trusted names in the food industry, Sara’s credibility rests on her expertise and experience in the kitchen and in front of the camera.

    She graduated with high honors from the Culinary Institute of...

    Chef/cookbook author/TV Personality, Sara Moulton, will talk about her life in the food and TV biz - from her days working with Julia Child to the current trend of food as entertainment. 

    One of the most trusted names in the food industry, Sara’s credibility rests on her expertise and experience in the kitchen and in front of the camera.

    She graduated with high honors from the Culinary Institute of America and named the CIA’s Chef of the Year in 2001. She worked in kitchens in New York and Boston, and taught at Peter Kump’s New York Cooking School (now known as The Institute of Culinary Education).

    She is The Food Editor of ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America” and was afounding personality at the Food Network as host of “Cooking Live,” “Cooking Live Primetime,” and “Sara’s Secrets.” In 2008 she created “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” for public television. She’s the author of several cookbooks and was the executive chef of Gourmet magazine for over 20 years. In 2011, she launched an iPhone app featuring 60 recipes, 60 photos, and ten videos. In 1982 Sara co-founded the New York Women's Culinary Alliance, a network for women in the culinary industry.

    Sara's talk is in conjunction with Concord Art's exhibit, "Consuming Passion: Food as Metaphor in Art." which runs from October 18-November 18, 2012.


    Concord Art Association

    37 Lexington Road
    Concord, MA 01742

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    $20 Students; $25 Concord Art Members; $35 general public
    Tickets may be purchased using Visa or MasterCard by visiting our website, calling 978-369-2578, or by sending a check to Concord Art Association, 37 Lexington Road, Concord MA 01742.



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