Seasonal Cookbook Club
May 4th, 5-7 pm
Erin's House (directions will be supplied if needed)
All welcome!! Bring a dish made from www.thefirstmess.com or from www.loveandlemons.com and one printed version of the recipe.
The idea behind Cookbook Club is a simple one—a group of friends all make recipes from the same book (or blog of chef) and gather to share the feast.
What to bring:
Dish to share (from www.thefirstmess.com). This dish should be ready to go. Meaning, if it needs to be warmed/mixed/cut/arranged/etc then bring it like that. Of course you can use the stove but I don't have a microwave.
Serving utensils. Whatever is needed for people to put your food on their plate or in their glass such as large serving spoon, fork, pie server, ladle, bottle opener.
One printed recipe. We can take a picture on our phones if copy is desired.
Group will be small this first gathering…maybe 8-12. Host (thats me this time but may be others in future if desire) will supply plates, utensils, glasses, gathering space. Everything needed to serve your dish, bring please.
Before we leave ~ we decide what chef, cookbook, or blog we follow next gathering. Is there someone you can suggest? Organic, vegetarian, whole foods. Next meet-up we can share the summers bounty! Hope you can attend! firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-336-9505
(There's a bit of magic to Cookbook Club that you may not anticipate. Along with meeting new people who also like to eat, you spend an hour making one dish and you get to taste many. Also, in a group of avid and aspiring cooks there is usually someone willing—eager, even—to try the complicated recipes that you would never choose yourself.
When? We would meet each season (4 times/year) and share a dish from a favorite blogger (or cookbook) that we choose for that season. The food shared would be organic, non-GMO, and vegetarian thus all eating better and finding new recipes and having fun. For the first meet-up I can suggest recipes come from www.thefirstmess.com and then from there we vote on the next chef for the following seasonal meet-up. You can invite another foodie friend also to partake. We come as we can but with busy schedules I’m sure sometimes will miss. That’s ok but I’m sure you’ll want to be there to try some interesting fare).
To attend call 610-336-9505 or e-mail email@example.com
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