Crumbles and cobblers and crisps, oh my

Midsummer Night’s Dessert Party

A few tix still available for the Cory Shreiber throwdown

By Kathryn Robinson July 22, 2009

Northwest foodophiles know the name Cory Shreiber, the genius who helped kick off the farm-to-table movement with his seminal Wildwood Restaurant in Portland.

He left Wildwood last year, now cooking here and there and sharing his expertise with the Oregon Department of Agriculture. And, apparently, co-writing dessert cookbooks.

Rustic Fruit Desserts: Crumbles, Buckles, Cobblers, Pandowdies and More is Shreiber’s latest creation, with Portland’s Baker & Spice Bakery co-owner Julie Richardson.

And next Wednesday night, July 29, they’ll be celebrating the, um, fruits of their labor here in Seattle.

Sponsored by Kim Ricketts Book Events, the party will be held at a private home in the Seattle area at 7 p.m. Sixty bucks will buy each guest wines and desserts. Savories too. Books are included and will be available for signing.

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