What: GCB Launch Party When: Tuesday, June 5th, 6:30-8:30pm Where: Housing Works Bookstore, 126 Crosby St. We eat our own cooking. And we write about it, too. After a year of hard work, Sara Kate's first cookbook, The Greyston Bakery Cookbook: More Than 80 Recipes to Inspire the Way You Cook and Live, is out and available all around town as well as at Amazon and Powell's. Chronicling the history of the Greyston Foundation, started by buddhists nearly 25 years ago (and where Sara Kate worked after college), the book contains dozens of recipes for your sweet tooth, including the amazing brownies that have made their way into Ben & Jerry's ice creams (they're a customer)... To celebrate we're having a party next Tuesday evening and all readers are invited. It's at Housing Works Bookstore on Crosby street from 6:30-8:30. Invitation: If you're in the New York area on June 5th, please join us to hear about the inspiring work the Greyston Bakery and Greyston Foundation have been doing for 25 years. Books will be for sale, and there will be brownies and bubbly flowing. Tuesday, June 5th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Housing Works Bookstore Cafe 126 Crosby Street in SoHo (1 block from the W, R, B, D, F, V and 6 trains). Book Description: Delectable recipes for cakes, tarts, and cookies, along with inspirational stories of lives transformed, from the award-winning bakery whose pastries and community good works nourish body and soul. On a street along the Hudson River in Yonkers, New York, is a bakery that has caused quite a stir since its inception almost 25 years ago: a bakery whose award-winning delicacies are enjoyed by devotees around the world, whose cakes and tarts earned a top rating in Zagat’s, and whose brownies have made their way into several flavors of Ben & Jerry’s ice creams. Baked with a sense of mission, the pastries at Greyston are beyond delicious. Devoted to improving the lives of the homeless and chronically unemployed, the bakery hires those who lack education or job skills, and those who have battled addiction, illness, or crime-ridden environments. The uplifting stories in these pages tug at the heart. Glorious recipes delight the taste buds and include such current treats from the bakery as Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake, Lotus in Mud Cake, Key Lime Tart, and Seven-Layer Cookie Bar. There are also delicious recipes from the bakery’s past, an assortment of special occasion cakes, and a group of recipes developed by the author, inspired by this remarkable enterprise.