The book, thanks to our Kickstarter backers, is done, printed, and en route to NYC!
In Cooking in Heels, Ceyenne Doroshow offers up 40 Southern-style favorites with a Caribbean twist. As a transgender woman who was inspired to write her book while serving prison time for a prostitution conviction, Ceyenne might not seem like the most likely representative of home cooked family values. But her book, which is peppered with good humor and begins with the story of her life, shows that food and love are the ties that bind, and family is what you make it.
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Publication Date: October 5, 2012
112 pages, soft bound, full color with photos by Stacie Joy
Published by Red Umbrella Project, New York
Soft cover retail price: $17.99 – ISBN: 978-0-9882596-0-7
Ebook retail price: $9.99 – ISBN: 978-0-9882596-1-4
Cooking in Heels Book Release Party: Thursday, October 4th, 8 – 10 pm at Happy Ending Lounge (302 Broome Street, between Eldridge and Forsyth) in NYC. This is the first time books will be available! Ceyenne and friends will tell stories of food and survival, and the author will sign books. PLUS, there will be free food, cooked by the lady herself. Get there early to make sure you get some!