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Carissa Stanton with Rachael DeVaux

Seriously, So Good — A Culinary Adventure

Date:
Tuesday, April 23
Time:
7:30 pm PDT
Cost:
$5 – $25 Sliding Scale
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Venue

The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, 98101 United States
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Book cover: An overhead shot of a colorful salad with a gold fork stuck in the middle. The title "Seriously, So Good" is in the upper left corner. The subtitle "Simple Recipes for a Balanced Life" is typed along the curve of the bowl.
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Seriously, So Good: Simple Recipes for a Balanced Life (A Cookbook)

The Elliott Bay Book Company

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Headshots of Carissa Stanton (with fair skin and dark brown hair) and Rachael DeVaux (with light-medium skin and brown hair)
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Get ready to tantalize your taste buds and elevate your cooking game.

Embark on a culinary journey with Seriously, So Good, featuring recipes crafted with love by Carissa Stanton, the creative force behind the food blog Brocc Your Body.

Originating from her passion for food and community, Carissa’s philosophy centers on enjoying meals without restrictions, embracing balance, and savoring every bite. With a focus on feeling good about what you eat, Stanton invites readers to explore a stress-free approach to cooking, empowering readers to create mouth-watering dishes that nourish both body and soul.

Join us for an experience that celebrates the joy of cooking and the pleasure of sharing meals with loved ones, all while embracing a positive and balanced outlook on food and life.

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Carissa Stanton of the popular blog and social media accounts, Brocc Your Body, believes that all food has a place in a healthy diet, and that balance is the key to everything in life. Her passion for movement and well-being led her to a degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in fitness, health, and nutrition from San Diego State University. Stanton has always been in love with food—she learned how to cook from anyone who would let her follow them around in the kitchen—parents, aunts and uncles, neighbors, and friends. Her recipes are approachable, nourishing, and always fun. Stanton’s goal is not just to share delicious recipes, but to show you just how exciting and easy cooking can be.

Rachael DeVaux is the author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook Rachael’s Good Eats. Rachael is a registered dietitian and personal trainer with a loyal community on Instagram. She grew up in Washington and graduated from Oregon State University, where she started the Rachael’s Good Eats Instagram account as a college student. She now shares recipes, intuitive eating strategies, and effective workouts with more than 725,000 followers. Rachael launched her fitness-focused brand in 2021, Recreation Sweat supplying activewear, fitness accessories, workout guides, and she further encourages her community to move their bodies. DeVaux lives in Seattle with her husband, Bridger. 


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On Topic Writing Club

Looking for a way to flex your writing muscles in a supportive, casual space? Join us at 6:30PM in the Otto Bar to warm up for the main event through writing! This On Topic Writing Club will be facilitated by Miriam Tobin of SCRiB LAB and will focus on themes inspired by Carissa Stanton’s Seriously, So Good. No preparation needed – just bring your own writing tools of choice and get ready to flow!

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