EATT, Drink & Be Merry
Equity At The Table (EATT) is inspired by the aphorism that it’s better to “build a longer table, not a higher fence.” EATT is a practical and proactive response to the gender and racial discrimination that plagues the food industry. EATT is an easy-to-navigate database for food industry professionals featuring only women/gender non-conforming individuals and focusing primarily on POC and the LGBTQ community.
EATT + The Standard invite you to celebrate EATT cookbook authors with a panel discussion, community Q&A, and books for sale. FREE with RSVP at link on right.
moderated by Klancy Miller
Authors + Book Available for Purchase
Klancy Miller, Cooking Solo
Julia Turshen, Now & Again
Suzanne Rousseau, Provisions
Michelle Rousseau, Provisions
Von Diaz, Coconuts & Collards
Robyn Shapiro, The Cricket Cookbook
Virginia Willis, Secrets of the Southern Table
Chandra Ram, The Complete Indian Instant Pot Cookbook
Genevieve Ko, Better Baking: Wholesome Ingredients, Delicious Desserts
Jenn de la Vega, Showdown: Comfort Food, Chili & BBQ
Food & Beverage
There will be light passed bites, wines graciously provided by Sofia Wines, and beverages available for purchase.