Northwest Chef and Author Releases New Cookbook Memoir
July 2017
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Professional chef, teacher, world traveler and spiritual seeker Linda Hierholzer has released a new cookbook memoir. Sharing the Table: A Northwest Chef Instructor’s Quest to Recreate Memorable Meals chronicles the journey from a farm-family Formica table to some of the world’s most–celebrated white linen draped restaurant tables. Throughout the book and the 120 recipes included in it, Hierholzer shares stories of humble beginnings to becoming a chef-instructor who travels the globe in search of authentic Mediterranean and Latino cuisines and finds the joy of bountiful Skagit Valley farmers market in her own backyard.  In addition to recipes and stories, Sharing The Table offers a primer on basics of equipment, tools, and knife skills, including artistic presentation and expression.

Hierholzer has served as chef instructor at Seattle Culinary Academy at Seattle Central Community College; the Seattle Center for Hotel and Restaurant Administration, at Washington State University at Seattle; the Culinary Arts program at Spokane Community College; at Leisurely Pursuit Cooking School in her private home and as cooking school coordinator and instructor for The Columbia Tower Club in Seattle and now resides on Camano Island where she enjoys developing recipes for her blog, traveling and organic gardening with her husband.

For more information: ChefSharingTheTable.com.