Oct 19, 2017 | Cherry Bombe Cookbook Launch Party – Presented by Patachou & PRINTtEXT

Oct 19, 2017 | Cherry Bombe Cookbook Launch Party – Presented by Patachou & PRINTtEXT

Oct 19, 2017 | Cherry Bombe Cookbook Launch Party – Presented by Patachou & PRINTtEXT
Located at PRINTtEXT, 652 E 52nd St
Doors at 6pm; conversation at 6:30pm
Free — RSVPs are encouraged

Join us to celebrate the launch of Cherry Bombe’s brilliant new book which features recipes from 100 of the most influential and creative women in the food world — including Martha Hoover of the Cafe Patachou restaurant fempire.

The evening will feature a conversation with Martha Hoover and Cherry Bombe’s editorial director, Kerry Diamond. Plus you’ll be able to pick up a copy of the Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook, and have it signed by them! Enjoy snacks and sips throughout the night, generously provided by Patachou Inc.

Our friends from Indy Women in Food will also be in attendance, so be on the look out for them and learn more about our local bombe squad.

The event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required. Please RSVP on Facebook or by emailing info@printtext.co. Doors open at 6pm; Kerry and Martha’s conversation begins at 6:30pm.

Thanks so much to our friends at Patachou Inc. for helping us make this event possible!


More about Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook
The first cookbook from Cherry Bombe, the cult indie magazine that celebrates women and food, will debut this October. The Cherry Bombe team reached out to 100 of the most influential and creative women in the food world and asked for a favorite recipe and the story behind it. Chefs, pastry chefs, bakers, writers, food stylists, bloggers, and more each contributed a much-loved recipe, including ones passed down through multiple generations. Each recipe is accompanied by a color photo in the bold style for which Cherry Bombe is known.

Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook by Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu (Clarkson Potter | $35.00 | October 10, 2017) will be treasured by those who love poring over recipes and by those who collect beautifully designed cookbooks. The cookbook team also included photographer Alpha Smoot, food stylist Claudia Ficca, and prop stylist Katja Greeff.

@cherrybombemag | cherrybombe.com

More about Martha Hoover / Patachou
As a former sex crimes prosecutor, Patachou Inc. owner Martha Hoover had excellent, if unorthodox, training for the restaurant business. Without even one day spent working in the restaurant industry, she created a successful collection of establishments—Cafe Patachou, Petite Chou Bistro and Champagne Bar, Napolese Pizzeria, Public Greens: Urban Kitchen with a Mission, Bar One Fourteen — and soon-to-open Crispy Bird, serving heritage birds that don’t look, or taste, like everyone else’s fried chicken. In 1989, Hoover used premium ingredients, prepared from scratch, and partnered with local vendors and farmers — unheard of at that time. Today, Patachou supports more Indiana family farms than all the other restaurants in Indianapolis combined.

In 2013, Hoover created The Patachou Foundation to feed healthy meals to food insecure children in Indianapolis. The Foundation started small, adhered to smart growth strategies, and made an immediate impact; in keeping with Patachou’s 2020 vision, is a also a radically different and radically better organization. To date, over 60,000 healthy, nutritious meals have been served by The Patachou Foundation to children in our community who live with pervasive food insecurity.

@marthashoover @thepatachoufoundation | patachouinc.com

More about PRINTtEXT
PRINTtEXT is an art and design studio located in Indianapolis. Founded in 2013 by Janneane and Benjamin Blevins, their practice exists at the intersection of people and places, culture and civic engagement, and the import and export of transformative ideas. Their work includes projects such as their current retail space, the INDPLS GUIDE book, two series of broadsheet-zines (DIDACTIC and ASYMMETRY), stop-motion animation, design, and community-focused programming. Prior to starting PRINTtEXT, their projects included IndySpectator, a weekly newsletter, and co-founding PATTERN, a biannual fashion magazine and meetup community. They continue to draw on these early experiences as they pursue work across disciplines — the arts, political activism, grassroots organizing, fashion, literature, and design.

@printtext | printtext.co