Cooking clubs are rising in popularity, with many sponsored by food-oriented publications like Bon Appetit and Cooking Light.
Food and socializing go together like peas and carrots --and now, a lively new cookbook tells readers how to formalize that arrangement by creating a fun and enriching cooking club. Much like a book club, cooking clubs combine an activity that most are already doing -- cooking -- with something most wish they did more of -- meeting up with friends. The authors of Cooking Club are eager to help readers discover these wonderful clubs for themselves, showing them the ins and outs of how the clubs work. Twelve themed menus, from comfort food to Italian might, offer a year’s worth of fun ideas for any cooking club. With 100 recipes plus tips, strategies, menus, budget advice, and theme ideas, this book is an ideal resource for anyone interested in joining the social cooking trend.