Join Anne Willan, the founder of La Varenne Cooking School, and her co-author Amy Friedman as they discuss Anne’s memoir One Souffle At A Time: A Memoir of Food and France. 
 Enjoy libations and little bites from recipes included in the book while Anne and Amy share untold stories, pictures, and the secret ingredients to a life well-lived.
Thursday, 7 November 20135:00 pmUC San Diego Faculty Club
 Sponsored by the UC San Diego Library

Join Anne Willan, the founder of La Varenne Cooking School, and her co-author Amy Friedman as they discuss Anne’s memoir One Souffle At A Time: A Memoir of Food and France.

 Enjoy libations and little bites from recipes included in the book while Anne and Amy share untold stories, pictures, and the secret ingredients to a life well-lived.

Thursday, 7 November 2013
5:00 pm
UC San Diego Faculty Club

 Sponsored by the UC San Diego Library

Enjoy a special afternoon!
Saturday, February 2, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.Menu Memories - A Look Back with Author Jim Heimann.UCSD Faculty Club
AIWF San Diego and the Mandeville Special Collections Library are hosting notable Menu Historian Jim Heimann speaking on: The American Menu. A Visual History of Dining Out In America. You will not only see the culinary trends that were in vogue, but also how various art movements were interpreted on the menus. Jim will take us into the fascinating realm of menu collecting.
Jim Heimann is a resident of Los Angeles, and the executive editor of Taschen America. For 30 years prior to this position he had a career as an award winning graphic designer and illustrator, and has authored over thirty books on architecture, photography, and popular culture, including American Menu Design 1920-1960.
$15 for AIWF members and $17 guests/non-members. Free parking.
Reservations: R.S.V.P. now to AIWF San Diego Treasurer Diane Gotkin at diane.gotkin@gmail.com or leave a message on the AIWF phone line at 619-297-0951 and your call will be returned. All reservations must be accompanied by payment in advance - cash or check payable to AIWF and mailed to AIWF San Diego, 2683 Via De La Valle #G230, Del Mar, CA 92014. If you wish to pay by VISA/MC/AMEX the charge is $20 members/non-members.

Enjoy a special afternoon!

Saturday, February 2, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Menu Memories - A Look Back with Author Jim Heimann.
UCSD Faculty Club

AIWF San Diego and the Mandeville Special Collections Library are hosting notable Menu Historian Jim Heimann speaking on: The American Menu. A Visual History of Dining Out In America. You will not only see the culinary trends that were in vogue, but also how various art movements were interpreted on the menus. Jim will take us into the fascinating realm of menu collecting.

Jim Heimann is a resident of Los Angeles, and the executive editor of Taschen America. For 30 years prior to this position he had a career as an award winning graphic designer and illustrator, and has authored over thirty books on architecture, photography, and popular culture, including American Menu Design 1920-1960.

$15 for AIWF members and $17 guests/non-members. Free parking.

Reservations: R.S.V.P. now to AIWF San Diego Treasurer Diane Gotkin at diane.gotkin@gmail.com or leave a message on the AIWF phone line at 619-297-0951 and your call will be returned. All reservations must be accompanied by payment in advance - cash or check payable to AIWF and mailed to AIWF San Diego, 2683 Via De La Valle #G230, Del Mar, CA 92014. If you wish to pay by VISA/MC/AMEX the charge is $20 members/non-members.

Arbuckles’ ariosa coffee : costs more and is worth more than other brands of coffee, 1889
Advertising card with chromolithographic verso showing map of California and illustrations of the Golden Gate (looking from the Presidio toward Marin County), a vintner testing wine, and a basket of fruit. One of a series of 50 cards, each illustrating a different state or territory “No. 74”"Lith. by Donaldson Brothers, N.Y."

Arbuckles’ ariosa coffee : costs more and is worth more than other brands of coffee, 1889

Advertising card with chromolithographic verso showing map of California and illustrations of the Golden Gate (looking from the Presidio toward Marin County), a vintner testing wine, and a basket of fruit.
One of a series of 50 cards, each illustrating a different state or territory “No. 74”
"Lith. by Donaldson Brothers, N.Y."