The Cooking Club Cookbook

Six Friends Show You How to Bake, Broil, and Bond Cooking Club. SALT-BAKED SALMON This is a twist on a Mediterranean classic. The dish is traditionally made in the oven using a whole fish, with the head and tail intact.

Author: Cooking Club

Publisher: Villard

ISBN: 0307518205

Category: Cooking

Page: 176

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The Cooking Club Cookbook is the story of how six friends learned to cook, the meals they created, and the fun they had along the way. Filled with tales of broken broccoli Christmas trees and seduce-me steaks, this book is at once an easy-to-follow guide to starting a cooking club, a collection of menu suggestions, and an inspiration for anyone who’s ever wanted to feel really at home in the kitchen. Having created hundreds of dishes, the members of the Cooking Club now offer tips for re-creating their culinary triumphs and avoiding their embarrassing mishaps. Chapters include “Stealing Home: We Raid Mom’s Recipes in Search of Cozy Cooking,” “Chow Bella: Like True Renaissance Women, We Master Six Regional Dishes,” and “Low-Fat Tuesday: The Lighter Side of Creole Cuisine.” The recipes range from the easy (Mini-Me Mac and Cheese) to the exotic (Cellophane Noodle Salad with Shrimp) to the downright elegant (Mussels in White Wine and Saffron Sauce). The Cooking Club Cookbook is an invaluable resource for a new generation of cooks, told in the voice of a best friend. Recipe for a Cooking Club Ingredients • Six or so members, to taste • One day a month, for meeting • Tinfoil, for carting dishes between kitchens • Sense of humor, plus extra for garnish • The Cooking Club Cookbook—strongly recommended 1. Choose your members. A go-get-’em attitude is our only prerequisite, although you get extra points for having a dishwasher. 2. Plan a theme, such as Spanish, sexy foods, or Mardi Gras. Discuss menus in advance so you don’t end up with six desserts. (On second thought, that’s not such a bad idea . . . ) 3. Cook at home and then bring your dish to the host’s house. You should be able to experiment with all foods, just no force-feeding. (Don’t think we haven’t tried.) 4. Eat. Drink. Compliment everyone’s dish. Have fun. It’s what will get you and the gang back into the kitchen month after month.

Cooking Club

The Kitchen Table Cooking Club Throughout this book, we have profiled eleven other cooking clubs from around the country, and we wanted to conclude this tribute to cooking clubs by acquaintingyou with ours,the Kitchen Table CookingClub.

Author: Dina Guillen

Publisher: Sasquatch Books

ISBN: 1570617368

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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One of the hottest trends to sweep the country in the past decade is the growth of supper clubs and other forms of cooking groups. The combination of socializing while cooking together or eating dishes made prior to meeting up has become a much-loved pastime for participants in thousands of clubs around the country. This book is a fantastic resource to starting one's own club, and for generating theme nights for club meetings. Also included are profiles of 12 different clubs from around the country, including a vegan potluck, a wine pairing group, an adventurous eating club (think Fear Factor-style dishes), and a group who uses their meetings to raise money for local charities. Following the Introduction, "Guidelines to Starting and Maintaining a Successful Cooking Club" contains such information as how to recruit members; determining who performs what roles for club meetings (Does the host prepare all the dishes? Does everyone cook together in one kitchen? Do members cook from home and bring dishes to the club?); how often a group should meet (Once a month? Every other month?); and how to determine budgets for each meal. Twelve themed menus, from comfort food to grilling to Italian night, are presented throughout, each menu containing eight courses, all of which can be prepared early and can easily be transported to a designated meeting place. Together these menus constitute a full year's worth of monthly ideas safe for any cooking club. Accompanying each menu are tips to decorate and ways to make each evening's theme stand out. The book is written by Dina Guillen and Michelle Lowrey (The Plank Grilling Cookbook), two members of the 8-year-old, Sacramento-based Kitchen Table Cooking Club, which has been featured in Cooking Light magazine.

Cooking Club Chaos 4

“Sage needs to learn how to cook! Then he'll like more foods.” It was true. I was always extra excited to eat something I helped cook. “Maybe we could start a club,” I said. “A cooking club. Then Sage will get to cook all ...

Author: Veera Hiranandani

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698412060

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 72

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"Gently humorous black-and-white illustrations pair nicely with the text. With all the foodies out there, this delightful series deserves a long shelf life…and many more courses."--Kirkus Reviews "Fans of Junie B. Jones and Judy Moody . . . will enjoy this."--School Library Journal "Age-appropriate humor via an outspoken, lovable, take-charge narrator. Dreidemy’s wiggly spot illustrations, meanwhile, supply plenty of nervous energy."--Booklist Phoebe’s best friend Sage has the same lunch every day: a turkey sandwich, a cheese stick, and a bag of popcorn. Phoebe doesn’t understand why he won’t try new things, and is determined to convince him to. She and Camille come up with the perfect solution: a cooking club to show Sage how many exciting foods there are! But will it be enough to convince Sage? And will it spoil their friendship?

The Cooking Club Detectives

It gives us time to learn how to make some more party dishes at Cooking Club in the meantime,' Lara smiled. It was dark when we were walking home from Sam's, and Lara suddenly put her arm around me. 'I was thinking about how proud you ...

Author: Ewa Jozefkowicz

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 1789543592

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

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Meet Erin, her puppy Sausage and friends as they swap recipes and pots for clues and culprits and try to solve the mystery of why their cookery club is closing. A middle grade book about family, friendship and self-discovery.

The Secret Cooking Club

No clubs, no activities, no friends, nothing. She can't get as much mileage out of boring as she can out of ... 'You're cooking.' She sniffs the air as the smell of baking ... 'A cooking club?' I glance around me at the amazing kitchen, ...

Author: Laurel Remington

Publisher: Chicken House

ISBN: 1910655619

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 185

View: 793

Twelve-year-old Scarlett is the star and victim of her mum's popular blog - the butt of school jokes, she's eager to stay firmly out of the spotlight. But one evening, she finds a gorgeous kitchen in the house next door, left empty by an elderly neighbour in hospital. As Scarlett bakes, she starts to transform her life, discovering new friends and forming the Secret Cooking Club. But can she fix her family, seal her friendships and find the mysterious secret ingredient?


The Secret Cooking Club 2 Confetti Cake

For two years before I started The Secret Cooking Club, my mum wrote a tell-all mummy blog starring the embarrassing details of my life. I felt like the whole world knew the moment when I farted at Christmas dinner or the smell of my ...

Author: Laurel Remington

Publisher: Chicken House

ISBN: 1911077910

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

View: 320

Scarlett's blog has found success beyond her wildest dreams. What's more, her mum is getting married, and Scarlett is baking the wedding cake. Everything is perfect ... or is it? As the wedding approaches, she has much more on her mind than the perfect bake ...

Distribution of Cotton Seed in 1921

Through cooking - club work , the girls gained experience in purchasing supplies , in selecting foods from the standpoint of health , in preparing and finally in serving attractively the cooked product . One Nebraska club girl writes ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cottonseed

Page: 16

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Department Circular

Through cooking - club work , the girls gained experience in purchasing supplies , in selecting foods from the standpoint of health , in preparing and finally in serving attractively the cooked product . One Nebraska club girl writes ...

Author: United States. Dept. of Agriculture

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Agriculture

Page: 36

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How Teachers May Use Farmers Bulletin 1121

Through cooking - club work , the girls gained experience in purchasing supplies , in selecting foods from the standpoint of health , in preparing and finally in serving attractively the cooked product . One Nebraska club girl writes ...

Author: Clifford Henry Schopmeyer

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Agriculture

Page: 22

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