The Southborough Library has posted its cookbook selections for the monthly club through spring. (That means I can give readers a longer heads up on the books than I did last month.)
If you aren’t familiar with the free, monthly Cook Book Club. . . Each month, participants whip up a recipe from the selected book(s). Then they bring it to the Library to enjoy a potluck meal with the group.
Below are some examples that participants whipped up last spring from the Library’s Facebook page:
There is no commitment to participate each month and new members are always welcome. But, to avoid three people showing up with the same dish, cooks are encouraged to reach out in advance about the recipe(s) they choose.
You can email the Library’s coordinator (and participant) Marianna Sorenson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since it’s a Library run group, you know that you won’t need to buy the cookbooks to try out recipes. Marianna and other library staff can help you reserve books. Or you can use the links below to reserve books online. (Just don’t do it too far ahead of, or close to, the event.)
The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:00 pm on the main floor of the Library.
The next gathering is 2 weeks from tonight, February 19. The selection is Antoni in the Kitchen by Antoni Porowski. (I know, it’s a little tight to reserve this month’s book in time. If you have trouble getting your hands on a copy, you can find some of its recipes here under amazon’s “look inside” promo for the book.)
Here are the following selections this spring:
- March 18 — America’s Test Kitchen twentieth anniversary TV show cookbook
- April 15 — The Plant Paradox by Steven R. Gundry
- May 20 — choose between Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings by Kristi Carlson or Thug Kitchen
- June 17 — Bobby Flay at Home by Bobby Flay
Updated (2/5/20 3:03 pm): I accidentally referred to the February meeting as in one week instead of two.