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Powell's Books Presents Liz Crain in Conversation With Marisa McClellan
At once a celebration of culinary diversity and a message of love via dumplings, food writer Liz Crain’s DUMPLINGS EQUAL LOVE (Sasquatch) is a bright and innovative cookbook stuffed with traditional and not-so-traditional dumpling recipes — plus recipes for dough and sauces. Internationally, dumplings have always played the dual role of an inexpensive comfort food passed down through generations, and a ceremonial, celebratory festival treat. Whichever way you enjoy them, you can now make your own dumpling memories with DUMPLINGS EQUAL LOVE. Rooted in deep cultural respect, steeped in curiosity, and fed by the traditions of families who hold these recipes dear, Crain adapts dumpling recipes from all over the world. Crain will be joined in conversation by Marisa McClellan, author of Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round.

Oct 13, 2020 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Liz Crain
Liz Crain is the author of Food Lover’s Guide to Portland, and coauthor of the cookbooks Toro Bravo and Hello! My Name Is Tasty, as well as Grow Your Own: Understanding, Cultivating, and Enjoying Cannabis. She is a longtime writer on Pacific Northwest food and drink, and her writing has appeared in Lucky Peach, Food & Wine, the Sun magazine, the Progressive, and the Guardian. She is also a seasoned copywriter, fiction writer, as well as co-organizer of the annual Portland Fermentation Festival.
Marisa McClellan
Marisa McClellan is the author of four books on canning and preserving and is the co-host of the home cooking podcast, Local Mouthful. She lives in Center City Philadelphia with her husband and twin sons. You can find more of Marisa's jams, pickles, and preserves (all cooked up in her 80-square-foot kitchen) at foodinjars.com.