Cook Book Club has a very simple formula for fun.
Cook Book Club happens once a month.
You make a shareable plate, from a selected cookbook, and show up, to Stay Wild, at 7pm.
You meet a bunch of other people, sample a bunch of other dishes, and decide whether the cookbook is for you or not.
No cost. No stakes. No pressure.
A fun, free, social night out. A community potluck. A chance for food to bring us together.
Bring your own napkin, or nibbling plate. It’s a Zero Waste event, so that Stay Wild will want to continue to host us!
The March meeting will take place Wednesday, March 21, and the feature cookbook is Angela Liddon’s Oh She Glows Every Day.
The library has a copy. Or borrow a friend’s. Or pop by Stay Wild and browse their display copy and snap a photo of your chosen recipe.
Let us know what you’re thinking about bringing in the comments below, or on the Facebook page event.
Last month, our highly organic (i.e. loosely organized) approach meant no doubling up, and 11 different dishes/beverages to try.
Hope you can make it.
[…] Cook Book Club is an initiative of Traced Elements, a new foodie website from the Pemberton region, in partnership with Stay Wild Natural Health. […]