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IN PERSON EVENT: Carla Lalli Music in Conversation with Molly Baz
IN PERSON EVENT: Carla Lalli Music in Conversation with Molly Baz
IN PERSON EVENT: Carla Lalli Music in Conversation with Molly Baz

IN PERSON EVENT: Carla Lalli Music in Conversation with Molly Baz

$48.00

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
7:30 PM

Second Home Hollywood
Courtyard & Oval Room

1370 N St. Andrew's Place
Los Angeles, 90028
 

MUST SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION OR NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST TO ATTEND 

To attend please bring a photo ID and proof of vaccination, either your physical vaccination card, a picture of your vaccination card, a digital vaccination record or proof of a negative COVID-19 test, taken within three (3) calendar days of the event.  Date of vaccination must be dated on or before 10/27/21.  

Event will be held inside / outside, but masks must be worn inside the building.

General admission seating

Carla Lalli Music, James Beard Award-winning author of Where Cooking Begins  and host of Carla’s Cooking Show in conversation with Molly Baz for New York Times Best Seller That Sounds so Good.  

Ticket prices includes a signed copy of That Sounds So Good 

Additional signed copies of That Sounds So Good, Where Cooking Begins and Molly Baz's Cook This Book will be on hand for purchase.

NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER

Recipes to match every mood, day of the week, and vibe from the beloved, James Beard Award-winning author of Where Cooking Begins

No matter how busy you are, Carla Lalli Music believes that delicious food is an essential and attainable part of life, as important as a good night’s sleep or getting dressed in the morning. The key is to have recipes up your sleeve for every situation. Carla knows that the most successful home cooks choose dishes they actually have time to make, based on what they already have on hand. So, the recipes in That Sounds So Good are organized by needs we all have: quick stovetop suppers and one-pot meals for weeknights, big salads and grain bowls if you want to burn a little cleaner, and lazy lunches and all-day roasts for the weekend.

Readers will know that whatever they choose to cook, the food will be Carla to the core–bold, unique flavors with straightforward methods and swap-friendly ingredients. There are dishes like Fat Noodles with Crushed Herb Sauce, and techniques like finishing dishes with an all-purpose Spicy Creamy Sauce or a shower of Garlic Crunch Crumbs. Through it all, Carla shares strategies that keep cooking efficient and quick, like what to make ahead and how to use up all those wilted greens in the depths of the fridge.

That Sounds So Good shows Carla at her effortless best, and shows how you can be, too.