SMALL BATCH Press

Exciting things are happening for SMALL BATCH: Pickles, Cheese, Chocolate, Spirits and the Return of Artisanal Food.  

 

Radio:

Backyard Industry on NPR: Small World on 10/4/14

Author’s Corner reading – check your local NPR listings and listen here: https://www.authorscorner.org/

Eat Your Words interview on Heritage Radio – recorded on Sunday 10/19 and archived here.

 

Events:

NYC: 92nd St Y panel event titled “Pickles, Cheese, Chocolate, Spirits and the Return of Artisanal Food” focusing on SMALL BATCH with artisans in each field speaking to their own experiences.

Buffalo: As part of the Larkin Square Author Series on Thursday, Feb 12th at 5:30pm at The Filling Station, with a mini market of local small batch food makers starting at 4:45!

Pittsburgh: Acquired Taste Reading Series 10/23 at Wigle Whiskey in Pittsburgh – readings, food, music & more!

details: https://www.facebook.com/events/388567687961217/

NYC: 11/5 at Jimmy’s No. 43: Baked, Bottled, & Brined: A Pop Up Food Market – food, drinks, meet the artisans and chat with the author!

New York Times listing in New York Today

details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1477060325894691/

Cambridge, MA: 11/15 at Atwood’s Tavern from 3 – 5pm – Food, drinks, reading & pop up shop!

Boston Herald Fork Lift write up

 

Recent print & online profiles and interviews:

Q&A on JamesBeard.org

Yahoo Food Interview & Feature

Pittsburgh City Paper: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/suzanne-cope-connects-old-and-new-trends-in-food-in-new-book/Content?oid=1784088

Pittsburgh Post Gazette: http://www.post-gazette.com/life/food-column/2014/10/16/The-Food-Column-8/stories/201410160039

Wandering Educators: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/books/small-batch-pickles-cheese-chocolate-spirits-and-return-artisanal-food.html

Manhattan College profile: http://manhattan.edu/news/visiting-professor-english-explores-contemporary-craft-industry-through-creative-nonfiction

 

Selected Reviews:

Publisher’s Weekly: ” “Earnest and anecdotal yet scientific, this exploration of revived forms of artisanal entrepreneurialism tries to capture the sense of value and nostalgia that accompanies the creation of handmade foods…. Cope offers much that is pertinent and thought provoking.”

Cookbook Slut: “Cope’s [book] analyzes why exactly this kind of cooking is so alluring….  [and] is a gentle reminder that a story does have value.”

 

Essays & Articles by Suzanne Cope on SMALL BATCH:

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