Updated November 30
The Dec. 12 event features a conversation between the owner of The Lost Kitchen and Portland Press Herald reporter Mary Pols.
MaineVoices Live is an event series featuring conversations between Press Herald reporters and notable Maine voices.
Chef Erin French has had a remarkable career path—working on the line in her parents’ diner as a teenager, running a secret supper club in Belfast, building a kitchen in a 1965 Airstream trailer—and has remarkable talent. She centers fresh, local ingredients on her plates and this spring, compiled those recipes into her first cookbook, The Lost Kitchen: Recipes and a Good Life Found in Freedom, Maine.
French built her restaurant, The Lost Kitchen, in a 19th-century grist mill in Freedom three years ago. When the 40-seat restaurant opened for their 2017 season, they received 10,000 calls in 24 hours. Now her little spot in a Midcoast town with no liquor licensing has become a food-world sensation attracting the attention of Martha Stewart and the New York Times. On December 12, you can hear French tell her story live in conversation with Portland Press Herald reporter Mary Pols.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
$15 FOR THE PUBLIC
$10 FOR SUBSCRIBERS
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