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Deborah Madison 7/11/19

photo credit Laurie Smith

Deborah Madison, chef, writer and food activist, will be talking about the influences on a select number of the 14 cookbooks she has written – not all the influences come from writers, by the way, though some do. She will also talk about the process of writing a memoir and whether or not there can be an influencer in personal narrative experience.

Join us:

When: July 11, 2019

Where: La Sala de Galisteo

5637 Rt. 41 Galisteo, NM 87540

Time: Doors open at 6 PM; Event begins at 6:30 PM

Event is free and open to the public, donations accepted.

A former Northern Californian, Deborah Madison as the founding chef of Greens restaurant in San Francisco, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.  After detours in Rome and Flagstaff, she moved to New Mexico in l990 where she managed the farmers market in Santa Fe, was involved with starting a school garden at Monte del Sol, started a Slow Food convivium and a host of other things. Today she is part of The Grain Team, which is planting trials of ancient grains to find out what would work well for New Mexican farmers and she is writing a memoir  for Knopf. Deborah lives in Galisteo with her husband, Patrick McFarlin and their small, brown Labradoodle, Dante.