Shelley Adams

Shelley Adams

Best selling Whitewater Cooks author, Shelley Adams, will be visiting Abbotsford November 20/21

Whitewater Cooks Author Shelley Adams to Visit Lepp Farm Market

Best selling Whitewater Cooks author, Shelley Adams will be visiting Abbotsford next weekend, Friday, November 20 and Saturday, November 21 to share her passion for food.  Adams will be at Lepp Farm Market as part of their weekend Taste of the Market event.

Shelley joins Butter Bakery Vancouver’s Rosie Daykin, Mennonite Girls Can Cook, and Caren McSherry from the Gourmet Warehouse in this star-studded weekend. See in store or online for details.Adams creates easy-to-follow, delicious recipes from fresh ingredients and enthusiastically shares her love of food with others making the books popular with all levels of cooks.   “I want these recipes to bring people together. It’s a time to relax, converse, laugh, discuss topics great and small while enjoying the delicious, yet easy to prepare recipes thoughtfully compiled.”Last fall, Adams grew her culinary brand developing a limited line of sauces and dressings inspired by her cookbook recipes.  In many bookstores and grocery retailers throughout the province you can find her sauces and cookbooks side by side in the aisles. This line of dressings and sauces are designed to build off her earlier and much loved recipes. Glory Bowl Dressing is the perfect topping to Glory Bowl, arguably the most popular recipe from her first book, ‘Whitewater Cooks – Pure, Simple and Real Creations from the Fresh Tracks Cafe’. The Maple Balsamic Dressing will become your ‘house dressing’, with Emily’s Honey Curry Vinaigrette the perfect pairing for spinach greens. Inspired by a commercial fisherman, Blake’s Miso Marinade for Fish from ‘Whitewater Cooks with Friends’, will be a permanent item in your fridge.Adams will be showcasing both her books and sauces at Lepp Farm Market presenting cooking demos on Friday at 7:30 pm and on Saturday at 11.00am.  You can also find her at the Whitewater Cooks display Friday evening from 6 – 9 pm and Saturday from 10:00 – 4:00 pm

About the Author, Shelley Adams Shelley Adams is the chef and driving force behind the best-selling Whitewater Cooks series. Shelley’s story is now well known. After starting her career as a caterer to the movie industry in Vancouver, Shelley became the creative director of the Fresh Tracks Cafe and owner of Whitewater Ski Resort in Nelson, B.C. She soon became celebrated for her innovative and delicious menu options. Shelley’s first cookbook, Whitewater Cooks –  Pure, Simple and Real Creations from the Fresh Tracks Cafe was soon followed by three other national best sellers, Whitewater Cooks at Home and Whitewater Cooks with Friends and the latest, Whitewater Cooks with Passion. Shelley is a force of nature who thrives on non-stop activity and on creating amazing meals for friends and family. Shelley and Mike’s two children, Ali and Conner, create great meals for their friends at university with their dog-eared copies of the their mother’s cookbooks.   Shelley and Mike live on the shores of Kootenay Lake with Tempy, their large golden retriever and Pants, their elusive cat.You can learn more about Shelley Adams, and Whitewater Cooks at www.whitewatercooks.com.

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