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Vegetarian Foodies: Amanda Cohen Signs "Dirt Candy" 

Last Updated: 08/29/2022 1:25 pm

Amanda Cohen in front of Dirt Candy NYC restaurant
  • Stephen Elledge
  • Amanda Cohen in front of Dirt Candy NYC restaurant

Portobello mousse will be served at the book signing at bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy in Rhinebeck.
  • Portobello mousse will be served at the book signing at bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy in Rhinebeck.

Vegetarian chef and cookbook author Amanda Cohen will be signing copies of her popular restaurant cookbook, "Dirt Candy" at bluecashew Kitchen Pharmacy in Rhinebeck this Sunday, February 3rd, from 2pm to 5pm. You will get to taste Portobello Mousse, which is an appetizer at her Dirt Candy NYC restaurant in the East Village. It's very hard to get a reservation at Dirt Candy NYC, so this free sample might be the closest you will get to dining at Cohen's restaurant. Cohen can answer your questions about her wildly popular vegetarian cookbook, which will be in its third printing soon.

Writer Vanessa Ahern blogs about the Hudson Valley at HudsonValleyGoodStuff.com

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