Virtual Book Talk on Iconic California Food Stops
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Date & Time
Wed, Oct 27 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
3321 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Virtual Author Discussion with George Geary (Made in California: The California-Born Diners, Burger Joints, Restaurants & Fast Food That Changed America)
Please join us as Chauce’rs Books will speak virtually with author George Geary (Made in California: The California-Born Diners, Burger Joints, Restaurants & Fast Food That Changed America) on Wednesday, October 27 at 7 p.m.
A&W Root Beer. Foster’s Freeze. IHOP. Der Wienerschnitzel. See’s Candy. Jack in the Box. You name the American food icon, and chances are its roots are in California. Food historian and chef George Geary tells the remarkable stories of the early 20th-century food startups that captured America’s hearts and stomachs, from Bob’s Big Boy to McDonald’s, Winchell’s Donuts to In-N-Out, Peet’s Coffee to Taco Bell. With more than 200 historic and contemporary photos.
George Geary is the author of many hit books, including L.A.’s Legendary Restaurants and The Cheesecake Bible. He is a cooking teacher, pastry chef, culinary travel guide, and in-demand public speaker. A California native, he lives in the Los Angeles area. Learn more at www.georgegeary.com.