Romney Steele will be at Chaucer's tonight to sign her book "My Nepenthe: Bohemian Tales of Food, Family and Big Sur.
Throughout the book, readers will enjoy a collection of seventy-five tempting recipes from the Fassetts, the restaurant, and the café, along with the history, stories, anecdotes, archive black-and-white photography, as well as the breath-taking full color photography by Sara Remington. It includes a bonus interview with the producer of The Sandpiper (1965), starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, partially filmed on the Nepenthe terrace. Ultimately, My Nepenthe is a story about food, family, and the culture of place, and how it all unfolds around the table and why that matters. - Nepenthebigsur.com
Labels: Books, Chaucer's, Cookbooks