Adam Sobel, the Vendy Award-winning proprietor of food truck favorite the Cinnamon Snail, visits River Road Books on Saturday to sign copies of his new cookbook “Street Vegan.” And yes, There Will Be Donuts.
With his wildly popular food truck, the Cinnamon Snail, temporarily limited to weekly appearances at the Red Bank Farmers Market after losing its curbside spots in New York City, vegan chef Adam Sobel is scheduled to park himself for a spell in Fair Haven on Saturday.
As recently reported here in a mouth-watering feature on redbankgreen‘s PieHole food page, the Red Bank resident has just become proud papa to a cookbook, which he’ll be touting at a signing event at River Road Books. And, as if you needed anything to sweeten the deal, there will be doughnuts — Sobel’s justifiably famous ‘donuts’ — free with purchase the book while supplies last.
Titled Street Vegan: Recipes and Dispatches from the Cinnamon Snail Food Truck, Sobel’s book is the vehicle – sorry – through which the vegan-cuisine innovator and four-time Vendy award winner “shares his secrets in an often-funny, non-preachy way, PieHole wrote, with addictive recipes that include Macadamia-White Chocolate Twinkies and the truly transcendent Truffled Potato and Fried Onion Pierogies with Horseradish Mustard Cream.
Sobel will share stories from his life and career from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, clueing in attendees on how to bring a bit of that Cinnamon Snail vibe to their own home kitchens.
Reserve a signing copy by calling (732) 747-9455 or taking it to riverroadbooks [at] verizon.net.