Live via Zoom:
Tuesday, September 14, 7:30 PM ET
Book Launch: Mina Stone presents Lemon, Love & Olive Oil
In conversation with Urs Fischer
Mina Stone, author of the cult-favorite Cooking for Artists, comes to Greenlight (virtually!) for the launch of her stunning new cookbook, Lemon, Love & Olive Oil! The 80 Mediterranean-style recipes woven together in this book are rooted in the traditions taught to Stone by the generations before her. She learned to cook from her Yiayia, who taught her that food doesn’t have to be complicated to be delicious—and that almost any dish can be improved with judicious amounts of lemon, olive oil, and salt. In this deeply personal cookbook, Stone celebrates her grandmother and the other influences that have shaped her life, her career, and her culinary tastes and expertise. A fresh and unexpected fusion of art, food, and story, Lemon, Love & Olive Oil is a stunning cultural and culinary tour. Stone is joined in conversation by world-renowned artist Urs Fischer, who collaborated on the design of Cooking for Artists and Lemon, Love & Olive Oil.
Greenlight is delighted to partner with local author Mina Stone to offer exclusive signed copies of her forthcoming book Lemon, Love & Olive Oil, available for preorder now!
If you would like a signed copy and/or special inscription or personalization, you MUST indicate your request in Order Comments at checkout (or your order may be filled with an unsigned copy). The author will be signing on September 16th and orders for personalized copies can be placed up until Wed. September 15th 11:59PM. Books will be shipped or available for pickup around Friday September 17th.
Author of the cult-favorite Cooking for Artists, Mina Stone, returns with a collection of 80 new recipes inspired by her traditional Greek heritage and her years cooking for some of New York’s most innovative artists.
“Mina Stone evokes the tradition of recipes passed down by matriarchal lineages through her memories of flavor. She intuitively and gently shares her Greek staples, a knowing like the back of her hand. After reading, you are left with a desire to gather, toast, and re-create these recipes with and for your loved ones.”
— Angela Dimayuga, chef and author of Filipinx: Heritage Recipes from the Diaspora