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We are thrilled to invite you to an evening with Caroline Chambers for the launch of her newest cookbook: What to Cook When You Don’t Feel Like Cooking

Caroline will be joined by Betsy Cribb Watson, Senior Editor at Southern Living for a Q&A about her cookbook that has been deemed a "how-did-we-live-without-it gift for us all." We can't wait! 

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Caroline Chambers Bio

Caroline Chambers is the author of What to Cook When You Don’t Feel Like Cooking. She grew up in the kitchen on her mom’s hip, learning how to cook in their Winston-Salem, North Carolina, home. Her professional food career began in her early twenties when she worked as a chef and caterer. After a stint in a professional test kitchen, Caro struck out on her own as a freelancer, developing recipes for a host of publications as well as brands such as Boursin Cheese and Kim Crawford Wine, and in 2018, she published her first cookbook, Just Married. In 2020—at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic—Caro began sharing her recipes and connecting with home cooks on Instagram (@carochambers), and launched her newsletter, What to Cook When You Don’t Feel Like Cooking, which flew to the top of the Substack charts; her podcast, So Into That, followed in 2023. Caro lives in Carmel Valley, California, with her husband, George, and their three young sons, Mattis, Calum, and Cashel—one of whom can almost always be found in the kitchen on her hip. When she doesn’t feel like cooking, Caro’s go-to meal is Veggie Peanut Noods.