Cook the Book Summary
Join us for another exciting Cook the Book session! How does a book discussion about cookbooks work?
- The interested person registers for the program via LibCal.
- The registrant selects a recipe from one of the pre-selected cookbooks from the Grundy collection.
- Staff photocopies the registrant’s recipe selection twice, giving the registrant a copy and keeping a copy for the Library.
- 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 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.
Fourth book discussion: November 17, 2018 from 2:00-3:30 pm (Family Dinner)
The $5 Dinner Mom Cookbook by Erin Chase
Barefoot Contessa Family Style: Easy Ideas and Recipes that Make Everyone Feel Like Family by Ina Garten
What to Cook & How to Cook It by Jane Hornby
Robin Rescues Dinner: 52 Weeks of Quick-fix Meals, 350 Recipes, and a Realistic Plan to Get Weeknight Dinners on the Table by Robin Miller
The last Cook the Book event for 2018:
December 15: Cookie Swap 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Participants make their own recipe for cookies to swap.