Ruth Reichl has written "My Kitchen Year," "Tender at the Bone," "Comfort Me with Apples" and more
To get within arms distance of the dozens of celebrity chefs hanging out in Charleston this weekend, you'll likely need to pay, except at one place: Charleston Wine + Food's Retail Tent on the corner closest to King and Calhoun (near the fountain).
The free and open to the public space will feature a Blue Bicycle Books pop-up featuring some of the greatest culinary minds signing their books.
On Friday, don't miss Steven Satterfield of Atlanta's Miller Union. Satterfield's book Root to Leaf
is my most beloved cookbook. Designed by season, the cookbook takes the reader through the year highlighting each season's best ingredients. I never visit the Charleston Farmers Market without flipping through it.
On Saturday, you can meet Top Chef
judge Gail Simmons and former New York Times
Food Critic, Gourmet editor-in-chief, and memoirist Ruth Reichl back-to-back. Then get your copy of The S.N.O.B. Experience: Slightly North of Broad
by Charleston's own legend Frank Lee.
Finally, on Sunday I wouldn't miss picking up a signed edition of Curate: Authentic Spanish Food from an American Kitchen
from Asheville's Katie Button.
Blue Bicycle Books hosts book signings throughout the weekend