Cook the Book continues in the programming lineup for 2017. It is a book club for cooking enthusiasts of all ages. It meets four times per year.
The mechanics are below.
- The interested person registers for the program (through the LibCal system).
- The registrant selects a recipe from one of four pre-selected cookbooks from the Grundy collection. The books will be available on the bookcase behind the Community/Patron Services computers.
- Staff photocopies the registrant’s recipe selection twice, giving the registrant a copy and keeping a copy for the Library; please note who selected the recipe with a name and telephone number and place it in the Cook the Book folder.
- Registrant makes one recipe for the Saturday meeting, enough to share a taste with others; there is no need to double or triple a recipe. The library will provide plates, bowls, napkins, eating utensils, etc.
**Please note the time change **
Fourth book discussion: November 18, 2017 from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm (Recipes for Holiday Entertaining)
Simple Stunning Parties at Home: Recipes, Ideas and Inspirations for Creative Entertaining by Karen Bussen
Martha Stewart’s Vegetables
Shabbat Shalom: Recipes and Menus for the Sabbath by Susan R. Friedland
City Tavern: 200 Years of Classic Recipes from America’s First Gourmet Restaurant by Walter Staib
Please note that this program involves food and/or drinks prepared for and by the participants and therefore, attendees choosing to partake of the food and/or drink available during the event do so at their own risk.