Meet Krista Gallagher and Kris Schoels, co-authors of a popular Virginia Tech cookbook and 12 food writers, cookbook authors and chefs coming to Manassas on Thurs., Sept. 26 from 6 to 9 pm at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on George Mason University’s Prince William Campus.
A Taste of Virginia Tech offers recipes from the best of Blacksburg’s eateries, both on- and off-campus, and explores the college’s culinary history through essays, remembrances, and more. Editors Krista Gallagher and Kris Schoels are both proud VT alums; Gallagher majored in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise, and Schoels earned her degree in Fashions Merchandising.
This free admission Fall for the Book event offers a little something for all palates. A 6 p.m. panel discussion with all of the participants – Norman Davis, Krista Gallagher and Kris Schoels, Dave and Claudia Lefeve, Forrest Pritchard, Michael Stein, Joe Yonan and Peter and Laura Zeranski – is followed by cooking demonstrations, tastings, and book sales and signings from 7-9 p.m. The entire evening is sponsored by Write by the Rails, the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club. Media sponsor is Potomac Local News.