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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA: "The Life and Legacy of Professor John Allcott: Art, Food and a Carolina Family," Nov. 1 - 10, Hanes Hall, including readings by Elinor Allcott Griffith from her book,The Virtues of Cooking, which is illustrated with works by her father, John Allcott
READER'S DIGEST INTERNATIONAL (3 million readers): "Virtues of the Off Season: A mother and daughter find the joys of travel minus the crowds"
HUFFINGTON POST (13 million unique visitors): "An Unconventional Recipe from Julia Child's Kitchen"
GUIDEPOSTS MAGAZINE (6 million readers): "Meals with Meaning"
GUIDEPOSTS VIDEO: Elinor Making Couscous Salad
MORE MAGAZINE: MORE website feature on Griffith Gourmet trips to Julia Child’s: “Toujours Bon Appétit! How I Cooked Up Gastronomic Tours to France”
READER’S DIGEST Europe: "Quinoa: Miracle Food or Fad Food?"
CHAPPAQUA, NY, LIBRARY: Book talk on The Virtues of Cooking
RJ JULIA, Madison, CT, book talk: one of the best-known independent bookstores in the country... on the same week as Chef Jacques Pepin rolled out Heart and Soul in the Kitchen
MERRILL LYNCH Client Presentation, Ridgefield, CT: book talk and lunch using recipes from The Virtues of Cooking
THE WAG (Westchester and Fairfield County lifestyle magazine): “Continental Cooking: Cooking with Julia (So to Speak)"
INSIDE CHAPPAQUA: "Up Close and Inside with Elinor Griffith"
FOOD IN ATLANTA: “Organic Buffalo Mozzarella on the Amalfi Coast of Italy"
CHICAGO TRIBUNE: “More Travelers Seeking Out the Best Kitchens in the World"
MORE TIME TO TRAVEL: “A Culinary Tour Leader Dishes On: What Travelers Need to Know About Cooking Tours”
NEW CASTLE NOW: “It All Started at Julia Child’s”