Women’s University Club Lecture
April 17, 2019 10:30 a.m.

The book review program for April will feature Karen Tripson speaking about her new novel The Cooking Class in San Sebastian.

1105 6th Avenue, Seattle WA 98101-3011 (206) 623-0402

McKee Botanical Garden Book Signing
March 27, 2019 2 p.m.

Book signing and lecture about The Cooking Class in San Sebastián will also include fond memories of my childhood in Vero Beach, Florida. My daily visits to my grandparents next door, Waldo and Elsebeth Sexton, who influenced my life in outlook, cooking and reading. The McKee Jungle Gardens of my childhood was a magical place with princesses and wild animals in an exotic tropical forest. Attendees will get to sample pintxos — Basque food — as featured in the book.

McKee Botanical Garden 350 U.S. 1, Vero Beach, Florida 32962
Ticket prices vary. (772) 794-0601 mckeegarden.org

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Get in touch.

Please let me know how you enjoyed The Cooking Class in San Sebastián.

I'd love to meet with your book club or any group that wants to talk about the book and Basque cuisine. I'll bring pintxos.

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See reviews of The Cooking Class in San Sebastian on AMAZON and AUDIBLE.

Comments sent to me by readers of The Cooking Class in San Sebastian:

Fantastic story!
— M. Vandenberg
Just finished your new book! It kept me enthralled to the end!
— E. Johnson
I thoroughly enjoyed your book. It was lovely following these characters, especially the women and how they amaze the men. At first I wasn’t thrilled with the reader but I grew accustomed to his voice after several chapters. He didn’t sound as warm as I felt Lawrence was described. And of course I loved all the neighborhood references and they way the story was built around the gallery. I’m not much of a foodie but the way you use food in the story is very natural and only enriched the characters and the ambience of each scene...
— C. Vandenbrink