Change of Plans for Next Writer’s Forum

Normally on the third Saturday of the month, our club has it’s “Writer’s Forum” at I Knead Love. But on Saturday, September 19th, 2015, things are going to get changed up.

First of all, we are switching locations from I Knead Love Bakery to Midastee Tea House.

Kaleo writes: “The I Knead Love bakery was too loud, and too busy – thanks to their new snow cone machine. The new venue is the “Midastee Tea House” is less than 100 feet to the West of the “I Knead Love” bakery (so 4 or 5 doors to the West). The gentleman there said it would be fine to meet there this Saturday. They open at 1pm. They serve dumplings, appetizers, soup, rice plates and many varieties of teas. Their address is 912 E. Imperial Highway. Their phone number is 714-256-1618. Their website is:”

This coming Saturday will be our first meeting at Midastee instead of I Knead Love. We will meet at the same time, from 1:30-3:00.

However, there will also be an Author’s Visit at the Brea Library at 2 pm.

Linda Civitello is the author of the award-winning book Cuisine and Culture:a History of Food and People. Her talk will be dealing with the Authentic Aztec vs. the Conquistador Cuisine,and deals with the foods of both the native people (Corn, chile, and chocolate) and the foods of the Spanish (Carne queso and sugar). And there might even be some food samples.

Some members will be attending the Author’s Visit, while others will attend our scheduled Author’s Forum. Whichever choice you make, you will be greeted by familiar faces and sure to kindle your flame of inspiration.

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