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 firstname.lastname@example.org
About this month's cookbook: Cucina Siciliana: Fresh and vibrant recipes from a unique Mediterranean island by Ursula Ferrigno
Sicily is a beguiling place and its prominent position has led to repeated conquests over the centuries, which has left an extraordinary cultural legacy and a reputation as the melting pot of the Mediterranean. The island’s unique food is bright, earthy, and suffused with the intensity of the Sicilian sun. Juicy tomatoes, the island’s own fragrant olive oil, wild fennel, and citrus fruits are all staple ingredients. Here you’ll discover authentic recipes for the best food Sicily has to offer including antipasti, vibrant salads, light soups, and pasta. Delicious meat and fish recipes feature Sarde a Beccaficco (stuffed sardines), and Abbacchio alla Cacciatovia (pan-fried Spring lamb with herb and anchovy sauce). Sicilians notoriously have a sweet tooth and are among the best dessert-makers in Italy. Indulge in Pistachio Gelato, Cannoli (pastry tubes filled with sweetened ricotta) and possibly Sicily’s most famous export, Cassata.
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 email@example.com
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.