Monthly Archives: November 2013

This Week’s Good News.

This week, other than being my favorite holiday, has brought some great news.

Our first few stores are already beginning to sell out!! The book has only been on the shelves for 2-3 weeks and we are getting reorders! We are so happy that people are picking it up and giving it a chance.

Matt and I have booked a speaking engagement at the St Louis Public Library during their Culinary Month in March 2014! We can’t be more excited to share the book with people at this event.

We have gained yet another wonderful spot for the book to be sold – the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Garden Gate Shop! We are so jazzed to be included in this lovely shop.

Thank you again to all our unfailing supporters! I hope you all are finding the book useful and fun.

December Events are coming together!

The week before Christmas is gonna be a fun book signing whirlwind! We are scheduling events all over the place.

Come by and buy a wonderful gift for the foodie(s) in your life.

This is what we have so far:

Thursday 12/19 Extra Virgin: An Olive Ovation, Ladue 2pm-4pm

(You get the chance to taste over one hundred oils from the tasting bar!)

Thursday 12/19 Flowers to the People, Cherokee Street 5pm-7pm

(Enjoy tea and cookies from Whisk: A Sustainable Bakery!)

Friday 12/20 Vom Fass, Maplewood 2pm-4pm

(They will wines to taste, as well as their entire inventory for sampling!)

Friday 12/20 Parker’s Table, behind the Tip Top Cleaners in Clayton

Saturday 12/21 Digregorio’s, The Hill 11am-2pm

(You know you want to get some salami and olives!)

Sunday 12/22 Kitchen Conservatory, Clayton 12pm-3pm

(Browse their amazing selection of food equipment and goodies!)

Sunday 12/22 Local Harvest Grocery, Tower Grove South 5pm-7pm

(Pick up great local groceries for your holiday dinner!)

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Wonderful Feedback!

Kelli Stair, one of our Kickstarter backers, left this amazing and humbling comment on our page:

Congratulations! You have put so much work into this project. I received mine yesterday and was very impressed by the many ways in which this book is interesting and informative. I love the cover and its vibrancy and the interior organization is great. Feel proud…you’ve done well.

Thank you so much Kellie and we hope everyone feels this way!!

21 retailers!!

Shop Like A Chef has made it’s way into 21 small and local stores!!!

We can’t be more excited.

These include Sugaree Baking, Vom Fass, Kitchen Conservatory, and many many more!

Check them out here!

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Beautiful Photos.

Neil Das, our main photographer on this project posted a bunch of great quality photos from the book – check out his website : TheDasslerEffect.

We could not have asked for a better eye to capture great pieces of St. Louis. Thanks Neil!!

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