Richardo Scebba

Richardo Scebba

Chef to sign copies of book

Award-winning Okanagan chef Ricardo Scebba will be in White Rock for a book signing this month.

Award-winning Okanagan chef Ricardo Scebba will be in White Rock for a book signing this month.

Scebba will be introducing his first cookbook, That’s Amore: From Ricardo Scebba’s Mediterranean Kitchen, filled with family secrets and delicious recipes, at Black Bond Books, 134-1711 152 St., on Nov. 15.

Montreal-born Scebba, who runs Ricardo’s Mediterranean Kitchen, has compiled a collection of Italian recipes with his mentor and mother, Concetta, that have been passed down over three generations and included personal interpretations of traditional favourites and many popular items from the award-winning restaurant.

Since opening in the restaurant in 2001 with his wife, Sue Miller, Scebba has won numerous awards including Best Restaurant, Best Italian and Best Chef from Okanagan Life magazine.

The cookbook, published by the Okanagan Institute, is now available at the restaurant and online at www.ricardos.ca

 

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