[11/24/13 UPDATE: Whoa! The tickets for the party SOLD OUT in just a few hours! Thank you all for your excitement for our book! And for those who didn’t nab a ticket, I’ll be posting about my book tour events soon—hope to see you then!]
Let me guess: you have no plans for the hours between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 4, 2014, right? Don’t get stuck listening to your roommate complain about another New Year’s hangover; instead, come join us in San Francisco for the Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans Cookbook Release Party!
I can think of at least five reasons you must come celebrate with us:
1. THE BOOK!
It’s our labor of love, and the reason we’re throwing this shindig!
Crackling with humor and bursting with flavor, our book offers a fun, fresh approach to cooking with whole, nutrient-rich, unprocessed ingredients. We’re proud to have cooked up a visual feast for you, with 128 foolproof Paleo recipes and over 900 step-by-step photographs and cartoon illustrations.
And besides, we included butt jokes in the book.
(Psst! Did you forget to subscribe to my newsletter in time to receive the download link for a free 50-page preview of the book? Never fear—eager readers have already posted the download link all over social media!)
Copies of our cookbook will be available for purchase at the party (while supplies last!), and we’d be thrilled to sign ’em for you. We love this book, and can’t wait to share it with you in person!
2. THE FOOD!
What’s a cookbook release party without insanely great food? We’re going to pass around the bestest Paleo brunch bites this side of the Mississippi!
Our friend Simone Shifnadel of Zenbelly is catering the party, and she’ll be sending around plenty of hearty, brunch-y appetizers. I also have it on pretty good authority that Simone’s famous No Joke Dark Chocolate Cake will make an appearance, too.
Plus, with generous food contributions from friends of Nom Nom Paleo like U.S. Wellness Meats, Whole Foods, Good Eggs, and others, we’re in for some seriously tasty grub.
3. THE PEOPLE!
While you eat, you can mingle with your fellow foodies and Paleo nerds. What could be better? I mean, where else are you going to find such a large gathering of people who don’t eat bean burritos?