Food for Talk is a book club for anyone interested in cooking!
Instructions on how to join this community of home cooks and fellow culinary travelers can be found after the description of this month's cookbook.
Please register with Barbara Shatara at email@example.com
About this month's cookbook: Alpine Cooking: Recipes and Stories from Europe's Grand Mountaintops by Meredith Erickson
From the wintry peaks of Chamonix and the picturesque trails of Gstaad to the remote villages of the Gastein Valley, the alpine regions of Europe are all-season wonderlands that offer outdoor adventure alongside hearty cuisine and intriguing characters. In Alpine Cooking, food writer Meredith Erickson travels through the region–by car, on foot, and via funicular–collecting the recipes and stories of the legendary stubes, chalets, and refugios. On the menu is an eclectic mix of mountain dishes: radicchio and speck dumplings, fondue brioche, the best schnitzel recipe, Bombardinos, warming soups, wine cave fonduta, a Chartreuse soufflé, and a host of decadent strudels and confections (Salzburger Nockerl, anyone?) served with a bottle of Riesling plucked from the snow bank beside your dining table. Organized by country and including logistical tips, detailed maps, the alpine address book, and narrative interludes discussing alpine art and wine, the Tour de France, high-altitude railways, grand European hotels, and other essential topics, this gorgeous and spectacularly photographed cookbook is a romantic ode to life in the mountains for food lovers, travelers, skiers, hikers, and anyone who feels the pull of the peaks.
Co-sponsored by City Market.
About Food For Talk Bookclub:
If reading about food, experimenting with new recipes and learning from other cooks sounds fun, then the Food For Talk Cookbook Book Club is for you! Chef Richard Witting has selected some beautifully delectable cookbooks. Signing up is as easy as 1.2.3....
1. To register, contact Programming Librarian, Barbara Shatara, at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Ask for a copy of the cookbook at the Library's Main Desk. Or, place a Hold on the cookbook. We will contact you when the book is ready.
3. Read through it, make a dish (though not required) and bring your experiences to the discussion. Barbara will send you meeting information the week of the discussion.