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The “Cookbooks and Convos” series features women restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs. Photo Courtesy of The Sisterly Love Collection.
The “Cookbooks and Convos” series features women restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs. Photo Courtesy of The Sisterly Love Collection.

The Sisterly Love Collection announces new “Cookbooks & Convos” series in Philadelphia

The series will run from September 22 to October 24, and will feature diverse women who are also restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs.

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The Sisterly Love Collective, an alliance of several prominent women restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs, have announced its upcoming “Cookbooks & Convos” series.

The series will feature a number of events, including book signings, happy hours, demos, collaborative dinners, and more.

The alliance is co-hosted by Jennifer Carroll, Sofia Deleon, Jill Weber, and Ellen Yin.

“Cookbooks & Convos” is inspired by the beloved Philadelphia program, “The Book and The Cook.” It lasted 23 years, from 1984 to 2007, and provided a platform for cookbook authors to collaborate with Philadelphia restaurants. 

The Sisterly Love Collaborative is reinvigorating the essence of the program with its “Cookbook & Convos” series, adding a twist featuring female artists and talents. 

From September 22 to October 24, the “Cookbooks & Convos” series will feature a full line-up of events with some of the top female culinary talent from across the country.

Latinas will be represented as part of the diverse lineup of authors and chefs.

The lineup will kick off on September 22 with Mariana Velásquez, author of Colombiana: A Rediscovery of Recipes and Rituals from the Soul of Colombia. A food stylist with more than a decade of styling amongst New York’s most celebrated culinary circles and publication across the world, Velásquez will be participating with Jezabel Careaga at Jezabel’s Cafe.

On October 9, Shari Bayer, host & producer of All in the Industry and author of ChefWise, Life Lessons from Chefs Around the World, will be participating with Sofi Deleon of El Merkury. 

In addition, on October 23, Bricia Lopez, Chef and co-owner of Guelaguetza, a Oaxacan restaurant in Los Angeles will participate with Jill Weber at Sor Ynez.

The full-lineup are as follows:

  • September 22: Mariana Velásquez, author of Colombiana: A Rediscovery of Recipes and Rituals from the Soul of Colombia, with Jezabel Careaga at Jezabel’s Cafe (206-208 S 45th St.)
  • September 24: Reem Assil, JBFA-winning chef and author of Arabiyya: Recipes from the Life of an Arab in Diaspora, with Ara and Fimy Ishkhanian of Apricot Stone (1040 North 2nd St.)
  • September 27: Tanya Holland, celebrity chef, restaurateur, podcast host, and author of Tanya Holland's California Soul: Recipes from a Culinary Journey West, with Jill Weber at Rex at the Royal (1524 South St.)
  • October 1: Nasim Alikhani, chef and author of Sofreh: A Contemporary Approach to Modern Persian Cuisine with Ellen Yin and George Madosky at Fork (306 Market St.)
  • October 2: Karen Akunowicz, JBFA-winning chef and author of the forthcoming Crave: Bold Recipes That Make You Want Seconds, with Melissa McGrath of Sweet Amalia’s Oyster Market & Kitchen and Eli Collins at a.kitchen (135 S 18th St.)
  • October 3: Hawa Hassan, a Food Network chef, CEO of Basbaas Foods and James Beard winning author of In Bibi’s Kitchen, with Nana Wilmot and Kate Steenstra at Renata’s (3940 Baltimore Ave.)
  • October 5: Leah Koenig, lauded author of many cookbooks, including The Jewish Cookbook, with Bridget Foy and Emily Chellew at Cry Baby Pasta (627 S 3rd St.) 
  • October 8: Natasha Pickowicz, a TIME100 Next-recognized pastry chef and author of More Than Cake: 100 Baking Recipes Built for Pleasure and Community, with Emily Riddel at Machine Shop (821 Dudley St.)
  • October 9: Shari Bayer, host & producer of All in the Industry and author of ChefWise, Life Lessons from Chefs Around the World with Sofia Deleon of El Merkury (2104 Chestnut St.)
  • October 14: Klancy Miller, award-winning author and food writer with Sarah Thompson (Tall Poppy), Omar Tate and Cybille St. Aude-Tate at Honeysuckle Provisions (310 S. 48th St.)
  • October 15: Toya Boudy, celebrated chef and author of Cooking for the Culture: Recipes and Stories from the New Orleans Streets to the Table, with Chef Angie Brown and Cheri & Tracy Syphax at Booker’s Restaurant & Bar (5021 Baltimore Ave.)
  • October 23: Bricia Lopez, Chef and co-owner of Guelaguetza, an Oaxacan restaurant in Los Angeles with Jill Weber at Sor Ynez (1800 N. American St.)
  • October 24: Nancy Singleton Hachisu, JBFA-winning author of five books, including Japan: The Vegetarian Cookbook with Kate Jacoby and Rich Landau at Vedge (1221 Locust St.)

To learn more about the Sisterly Love Collection, click here. To learn more about the “Cookbooks & Convos” series, click here

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