The very first time that I tasted this recipe was at David’s cooking demonstration and book signing at the DeGustibus cooking school, located in the famous Macy’s 34th Street location in Manhattan, New York.
Tricia and I made the trip into New York with plans to meet two other Doristas, Cher, of (crazyworldofcher) and Kathy, of (Bakeawaywithme).
We met for a quick cup of coffee before the demo, so naturally we had to take a photo.
Unfortunately, Kathy is no longer with us, having passed away in 2017. Kathy was so much fun, and such a wonderful cook, baker, blogger and photographer. I’m so happy that I had the opportunity to get to know her after meeting her at the IFBC in Seattle, along with many of our group.
We had such a fun time, lot of laughs, and the food was spectacular. I forget how many different courses were served but they all came with a different wine tasting, but the Parisian gnocchi was definitely a big hit.
This is a photo of David as he prepared many of the various courses, each served with wine, of course. What’s not to like….
In the end, we had a book signing and photo op with David and lots of fun.
I made this recipe about four different times since then and each time I have perfected my technique. (In other words, I’m getting better at making these little dollops of deliciousness.)
This is my version of David’s Parisian Gnocchi.