The Society presents Park Avenue Potluck CELEBRATIONS,
the highly anticipated follow-up to our best selling cookbook, Park Avenue Potluck.
Park Avenue Potluck CELEBRATIONS is written by The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and award-winning author and contributing New York Times columnist Florence Fabricant. The new cookbook offers advice on how to celebrate in style with a compilation of sensational recipes, entertaining ideas, party-planning tips, and personal anecdotes from New York’s most celebrated hostesses and members of The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Organized by season, Park Avenue Potluck CELEBRATIONS serves up a year’s worth of fabulous special occasions, offering a sneak peek into the private homes and family celebrations at New York's most sought-after addresses. From Valentine's day, Aaster, Mother's day, July 4, Labor day, Thanksgiving, and the holiday season to anniversaries and birthday parties, the book shares heartfelt heirloom recipes and affordable entertaining ideas. All of the dishes are easy and accessible, many of which can be prepared in advance so your role as host or hostess-with-the mostess is not crimped in any way.
Park Avenue Potluck CELEBRATIONS is a national best seller and international cookbook sensation. Click on the links below to see great television coverage on our newest cookbook.
New York One News
Good Morning America Health
FOX 5 News
CBS Morning News
The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center gives our heartfelt thanks to the following companies who have generously supported
Park Avenue Potluck CELEBRATIONS.
Creative Cakes, Inc.
Greyledge Farm All-Natural Black Angus Beef
Lobel’s of New York
On Wednesday, November 17th, Cookbook Committee members and friends of The Society celebrated Park Avenue Potluck Celebrations with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at Scully and Scully. The evening featured table settings saluting icons of style designed by members of The Society of MSK, including "Cole Porter" by Chesie Breen, "Babe Paley" by Nicole Limbocker and Hilary Dick, "The Duke and Duchess of Windsor" by Eugenie Niven Goodman and Jamie Niven, "Diana Vreeland'' by Leslie Perkin, and "Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis" by Kathy Thomas. A portion of sales from Scully and Scully went to The Society.
Park Avenue Potluck,
The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering's first cookbook, Park Avenue Potluck, also edited by award-winning author and New York Times food contributor Florence Fabricant, is a collection of more than 100 recipes from Society members and their families and friends. It features over 70 beautiful photographs by Ben Fink, as well as tips for entertaining from some of New York's savviest hostesses.
Park Avenue Potluck gained national attention on NBC’s The Today Show in November 2007 and was heralded for holiday gift-giving by Time magazine, Elle, The Huffington Post, and headButler.com. it was also named one of the "25 Most Noteworthy Cookbooks of 2007" by The New York Times.