Broadcasting live from the kitchen
Enjoy French Holiday Apéritifs with David Lebovitz
Chat with a celebrity chef and acclaimed writer about his favorite holiday season recipes and traditions. Limited seats remain; book today.
David Lebovitz spent nearly thirteen years as a baker in the kitchen of Chez Panisse in California before moving to Paris nearly two decades ago. He has written seven cookbooks, as well as two memoirs about his life in Paris, which are currently in development for a television series.
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