Smith & Deli; Vegan; cookbook; Shannon Martinez; Mo Wyse; Books For Cooks

Smith & Deli-cious: Books For Cooks in-conversation with Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse

ISBN:

9781743793671

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

240

Dimensions:

26cm x 20cm

Weight:

1250g

RRP:

$50.00

Category:

Food , Healthy Eating

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 October 2018

Smith & Deli-cious: an in-conversation with Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse

Hosted By: Books For Cooks

Queen Victoria Market, 115-121 Victoria St, Melbourne VIC 3000 | 16 Oct 2018 06:30 PM

Join Books For Cooks for an intimate chat with authors Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse to celebrate the launch of their new cookbook, Smith & DELI-cious



Smith & Deli-cious - food from our deli (that happens to be vegan) is the new book from Melbourne's very own Vegan Restaurant rock stars - Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse. After the runaway success of their Brunswick Street Fitzroy restaurant Smith & Daughters, cooking super tasty food that just happens to be vegan (and the amazing accompanying book) Shannon and Mo were inspired to open a deli (that also just happened to be vegan) Smith & Deli on nearby Moor St Fitzroy.You know it’s good when there’s always a line around the block. 

Smith & Deli is a trailblazing vegan deli, a Melbourne gem that outgrew its bricks from day one - think: mac and cheese, reuben sandwiches, spanakopita, meat pies, doughnuts and much much more - real deli food that tastes delicious (that happens to be vegan)..The reviews of the restaurant and deli are unanimous - "ballsy vegan food" with a Latin American, Italian, New York sort of vibe in a "rock and roll" context. If you thought vegan food was all about 'mock meat' then you are in for a big surprise! 

Smith & Daughters is our best selling Vegan cookbook of all time and we think this one might be even better. Please join us for an intimate chat with Shannon & Mo as we explore their new book Smith & Deli-cious and taste some of their wonderful inspiring deli food.


Date: Tues 16 Oct

Time: 6.30pm

Venue: Books For Cooks, 

Booking is essential. To get your ticket, head to Eventbrite here.