You have two upcoming chances to meet Molly O’Neill, former New York Times magazine food columnist and cookbook author:
She will be speaking at 5:30 p.m. March 24 in Hyde Hall at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill about her new book as part of UNC’s first Food Cultures student symposium. Seating is limited. To reserve a seat, e-mail Nina Bryce at email@example.com.
O'Neill was a columnist for a The New York Times magazine for 10 years. She hosted the PBS series “Great Food." She also won the Julia Child/IACP Award for "The New York Cookbook" and was awarded three James Beard citations for books, journalism and television, as well as the foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Her lates book contains recipes by several local folks: chef Bill Smith of Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill, Kavanah Ramsier of SEEDS in Durham, Gabriel Ainslie of Durham, author Lee Smith of Hillsborough, Dean McCord, aka VarmintBites, of Raleigh and lawyer Hugh Stevens of Raleigh.