The Treat Was Conceived by the Cookbook Author and Founder of Smitten Kitchen
By Zach Armstrong
The Santa Monica Williams-Sonoma located at 1600 Montana Ave. is hosting an opportunity for locals to bake a Thanksgiving delicacy to take home to families as they celebrate the holiday.
On Sunday Nov. 19, everyone is welcome to the store location to make Smitten Kitchen’s Pumpkin Snacking Cake. According to the company’s website, the treat was conceived by Deb Perelman, Cookbook author and founder of Smitten Kitchen, who wanted to make a Thanksgiving treat for her vegan sister. Her idea was to make a “Wacky Cake—a.k.a. Cockeyed Cake.” It’s described as an “egg-free, butter-free, milk-free Depression-era chocolate cake that still manages to be as dark and moist as a cake with all of these things.”
For more information or to RSVP, go to https://www.williams-sonoma.com/events/?eventId=B2BBO0HRMNY.