I am available for booking in-person, virtual, or on-air events including conversations, panels, and solo presentations. I've been a guest on live radio and pre-record programming for podcasts.
Join Ian for a presentation about "Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American."
Ian presented "Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American" to local patrons.
Ian joines Rachel E. Gross and Heather Domenicis for a night of nonfiction. RSVP on Facebook.
Ian MacAllen returns to his hometown library to present Red Sauce with presentation and Q&A.
This event took place waterfront at the East End Park.
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Ian presented the narrative of Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American and took questions from the audience.
Tickets included the lecture and a prix fixe dinner.
Summer Tomato & Fresh Mozzarella
with basil vinaigrette
with Broccoli & saffron rice pilaf
Spaghetti & Polpette
Long simmered red sauce with mini meatballs
Berries with Zabaglione Freddo
Assorted berries with cold whipped custard cream
Joined in conversation with Jonathan Corcoran, author of The Rope Swing
I joined the reading at the last minute after one of the readers dropped out.
Readers: Alizah Rose Salario, Ian MacAllen, Brad Wetherell, and James Yeh.
H.I.P Lit's summer series hosted me along with Kris Waldhe, Simeon Marsalis, Mychal Denzel Smith, and Catherine Carberry
The Manhattanville Reading Series is a Franklin Park Reading Series-affiliated event for emerging writers. Readers were Isaac Fitzgerald (Buzzfeed Books Editor) and emerging stars Joy Baglio, Ian MacAllen, and Darley Stewart.
Readers: Stu Watson, Sarah Wang, Jen Levitt, and Ian MacAllen
In Red Sauce, Ian MacAllen traces the evolution of traditional Italian-American cuisine, often referred to as “red sauce Italian,” from its origins in Italy to its transformation in America into a new, distinct cuisine.