January: The Italian Vegetable Cookbook

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The month of January is always a good time to recharge and start fresh for the new year, and MAYBE try to be a bit healthier. This month, we decided to cook with more vegetable forward recipes found in The Italian Vegetable Cookbook: 200 Favorite recipes for Antipasti, Soups, Pasta, Main Dishes, and Desserts by Michele Scicolone.

Our Cookbook Club

What a nice turnout for a chilly January night! We had such a nice variety of dishes.

Cookbook Rating

4.1 out of 5 stars

Feedback

There were a lot of really great things to say about this book overall. The recipes were found to be simple to follow and straight forward, but still very tasty. Some of the comments:

Recipes were simple and easy. A lot of variety.

Liked the pictures and the simple ingredients.

Simple recipes, clear directions.

Easy, very filling, lots of veggies.

Some found a few ingredients hard to find, and that there were not enough photos!

The Food

Everything we were able to try was delicious! There were also a few people that were able to cook several of her recipes other than what they brought to the meeting and had great things to say. Some of our favorites were the Brussels Sprouts with Walnuts, Roasted Cauliflower with Raisins and Capers, Chickpea Minestrone with Broken Spaghetti, Spinach Polenta Soup, and the Polenta Berry Cake.

 

Our Next Meeting

Next month, we will be meeting on Monday, February 25th at 6pm! We will be using The Home Cook: recipes to know by heart by Alex Guarnaschelli.

Be sure to contact Reference to sign up, and check out a copy of the book!

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

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December: Cookie Swap!

It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year…cookies and sugary treats everywhere you turn!

We had a great time at our annual Cookbook Club Cookie Swap. Such as a great time, that I completely forgot to snap pictures of the glorious baked goods. Like, not even one picture. Bad librarian! But trust me — they were all fantastic. Chocolate Pecan Cookie Bars, Almond Crescents, Princeton Gingersnaps, Cocoa-Tahini Cookies with a Sesame Crunch…the flavors were all unique, festive and delicious. The Cocoa-Tahini cookies and the Vanilla Polka Dot cookies were especially loved by the Cookbook Club members!

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The book on the other hand…well, we weren’t jazzed about it. In fact, the average rating we gave it was 2.5/5 stars. Ouch. While the book is stunning and eye-catching, with high resolution photos of each and every cookie (and there are a LOT of cookie recipes), we all felt that the cookie recipes were a bit…off. Many of us chose to bake our cookies for much less time than the recipe directed us to, to avoid burning them and potentially smoking up the house. We also overwhelmingly felt that the recipes were way too long and detailed, and required too much time to prepare. That being said, the book included a great variety of cookies, and we definitely appreciated the photos. And, of course, we all left with a vast and beautiful collection of cookies to share with family and friends over the next few days. Or, to hide away and eat on our own. No judgement here.

Our Next Meeting

Next month, we will be meeting on Monday, January 14th at 6pm! We will be using The Italian Vegetable Cookbook: 200 Favorite Recipes for Antipasti, Soups, Pasta, Main Dishes, and Desserts by Michele Scicolone.

Be sure to contact Reference to sign up, and check out a copy of the book!

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

November: One Pot

What do we want? Delicious home-cooked meals, prepared in a short amount of time and with little-to-no cleanup. When do we want it? Now! It’s not too much to ask. Many of us have Instant Pots and slow cookers at home to help us accomplish this, but they spend most of their time collecting dust and taking up space because we don’t have time to look for good recipes. Especially this time of year: between Thanksgiving, holiday parties, and Christmas shopping, it’s hard to find the time – or energy – to devote to cooking. This is part of what led me to choosing the book for November’s Cookbook Club – One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stock Pot, and More by the Editors at Martha Stewart Living.

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As the name suggests, the cookbook includes a great selection of one-dish meals that are perfect for busy or lazy days. Each chapter offers recipes for different cooking vessels: Dutch ovens, slow cookers, pressure cookers, roasting pans and baking dishes, stockpots, etc.; most of them are easily adaptable, if you don’t have the appliance was written for. While the book focuses mainly on savory dishes, there are also a selection of desserts at the end.

Our Cookbook Club

Despite meeting only a few days before Thanksgiving, we had a pretty good turnout, and a GREAT spread of dishes!

Cookbook Rating

4.2 out of 5 stars

Feedback:

Almost all of the feedback for these books was positive. In general, our club members really liked how simple the recipes were, and how easy they were to prepare without sacrificing taste. Some of the comments were:

Practical, fast, and easy!

Used regular ingredients that you were likely to have on hand

Good variety of recipes

All of them were delicious!

The only negative comment was that some of the recipes weren’t REALLY one-pot meals – even though they were technically cooked in one-pot, you needed to use other dishes to prepare some component parts.

The Food

I was really impressed with the dishes that we tried, and I wasn’t alone! One-pot meals, especially those that are prepared in a slow cookers, sometimes get a bad rep; we think they will be too basic, unappetizing, bland, etc. This couldn’t be further from the truth! All of the dishes we sampled were fantastic, and many of our members boasted that they took less than half an hour to prepare!

A few of the favorites were the Cajun Stew, Mexican Lasagna, Gemelli with Pesto and Potatoes, and the Molten Chocolate Cupcakes.

Our Next Meeting

Next month, we will be meeting on Monday, December 17th at 6pm, and it will be a cookie swap! We will be using Dorie Greenspan’s book Dorie’s Cookies. Participants are asked to bring 4 dozen cookies; approximately 1 dozen will be for sampling, and the rest will be for swapping, so all participants will leave with at least 3 dozen cookies.

Be sure to contact Reference to sign up, and check out a copy of the book!

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

October: Smitten Kitchen Every Day

Westerly Cookbook Club is officially a year old!

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For our first meeting, in October 2017, we made recipes from Deb Perelman’s cookbook The Smitten Kitchen, which was absolutely fantastic. We decided to revisit Perelman this month, and share recipes from her newest book: Smitten Kitchen Every Day!

Smitten Kitchen Every Day by Deb Perelman

Deb Perelman is a well-known food blogger whose recipes and experience come from her own tiny apartment Manhattan apartment kitchen, which is part of what makes her so appealing and relatable to readers. Perelman believes that there are no bad cooks, just bad recipes, and her cookbooks aim to introduce you to delicious, approachable, and “unfussy” recipes that anyone can prepare. Because who has time to fight with food in the kitchen?!

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Our Cookbook Club

We had a great turnout this month, with 14 people in attendance, and a fantastic variety of dishes to share. We had about a 2:1 ratio of main dishes to desserts, which is pretty ideal, in my book. It’s safe to say that Perelman – once again – did NOT disappoint.

The cookbook’s overall rating (by group members): 4.5/5 stars. Not too shabby!

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Some of the comments from group members, about what they liked:

Instructions were detailed and easy to follow

Every recipe seemed like it would be delicious

I liked the stories that introduced each recipe

Photographs were beautiful!

The recipes don’t have a lot of ingredients

She shared helpful tips and shortcuts for the recipes

Quite a few members also commented on the beautiful photographs, which are found on just about every page of the book. Perelman actually takes all of the photos herself, which is pretty impressive. And it’s great to have a visual to go along with all of the recipes.

The Food

Some of the highlights, according to club members, were the Cheesecake Semifreddo with Gingersnaps and Cranberries, the Meatballs Marsala with Egg Noodles and Chives, the Cacio e Pepe Potatoes, the Caramelized Cabbage Risotto, and the Brussels Sprouts and Three Cheese Pasta Bake. While these were favorites, the group agreed that absolutely everything was delicious!

One of the great things about the Smitten Kitchen recipes is that they are easy to modify, depending on your personal taste, dietary restrictions, and what ingredients you happen to have on hand at the time. Perelman also encourages you to make adjustments (and often offers suggestions), which is part of the reason we love her! While most of us followed the recipes pretty accurately, there were a few substitutions here and there, and we talked quite a bit about things we would do slightly differently next time.

And for me, at least, there WILL be a next time! I plan to try out the majority of the recipes in the book…and, hopefully, I can get my husband to prepare a few of them as well.

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Our next meeting will be held on Monday November 19th. Yes, this is the week of Thanksgiving…but we hope you can still make it! Since it’s a busy time for many of us, we have a nice and easy book for the month: One pot: 120+ Easy Meals from your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More from the Kitchens of Martha Stewart.51ZzqscAe4L._SX258_BO1,204,203,200_

Copies will be available in the 2nd floor Reference Department, so make sure to check one out and sign up for the meeting.

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

 

September: Comfort Food

This month, we were very excited to explore the recipes of a British favorite (though we love him stateside, too) — Jamie Oliver! Oliver is an English chef who has written a number of bestselling cookbooks, and appeared on a variety of cooking shows (such as The Naked Chef and Jamie’s American Road Trip). In 2010 he came to Huntington, West Virginia, which is statistically one of the unhealthiest towns in America, to try to encourage residents to change their eating habits – this was documented in the Emmy award winning TV series “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution”. He has also been an advocate for healthier school lunches, both in the US and the UK. Basically, he’s pretty fabulous.

The Cookbook

Oliver is known for his laid-back approach to cooking, so we thought his cookbooks would be a great fit for our Cookbook Club. We definitely love food, but most of us are looking for quick and tasty meals as opposed to chefy masterpieces! For this reason, we chose Jamie Oliver’s Comfort Food, which showcased 100 nostalgic, indulgent, and “guilty pleasure” recipes.

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Our Cookbook Club

We had a good turnout this month, and a great selection of recipes from the book! Salads, savory dishes, side dishes, and a decadent dessert – it doesn’t get much better! While the food was fantastic, we all were agreed that the cookbook itself was not our favorite. Read on.

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Cookbook Rating

Overall rating (given by Cookbook Club members) = 2.9. Ouch.

Feedback:

Even though a few of us were big fans of Jamie Oliver before the meeting, we were all disappointed with this cookbook and spent a good portion of the meeting griping about it. On the bright side, this means that we have a better idea of what kinds of things we are looking for in future cookbooks! The photos in the book were beautiful, and it was well-organized, but that was about all we could come up with for merits. The recipes were complicated – often unnecessarily so – and most of them made party-sized portions, which was a pain. Many of the group members felt that the recipes were too “meat-heavy”, and had trouble picking one that they wanted to make. We also found that the baking times for a few of the recipes seemed off.

A few comments from group members:

“Too many fancy ingredients”

“Recipes were too complicated”

“Had some good ideas, but I wanted to alter/simplify most recipes”

“The recipes require several sous-chefs”

The Food

Despite our complaints about the book itself, the food was all very good! The Moussaka in particular was praised by the club, as well as the “Super Food Salad” which included quinoa, pomegranate, avocado, a variety of seeds, and about 7 other delicious ingredients. We also enjoyed Oliver’s “PB&J Brownies”, and all tried desperately to ignore the calorie count of each.

Even though this book wasn’t a winner, we (I) still love Jamie Oliver, and will try one of his “quick and easy” books in the future!

Next month, we will be meeting on Monday, October 22nd at 6 p.m., and it’s our ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY  of the Cookbook Club!!!

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Since we used Deb Perelman’s Smitten Kitchenfor our very first meeting, we decided to revisit Perelman and celebrate our anniversary by tackling her newest book: Smitten Kitchen Every Day! Copies will be available in the 2nd floor Reference Department, so make sure to check one out and sign up for the meeting!

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

 

July: Healthy Eating with Oprah Winfrey

Hey all! Things have slowed down a bit for us due to the hustle and bustle of summer– there’s never enough time to fit in all of the fun! Because of this, we’ve decided that we will not be holding a Cookbook Club meeting in the month of August. We’ll resume again in September!

This month, we focused on Oprah Winfrey’s healthy-eating cookbook, Food, Health and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life. In it, Oprah shares a wide variety of recipes that she’s prepared with different chefs. The book also includes personal notes and memoirs from Oprah herself, which were a delight to read. Each recipe includes an approximate calorie count per serving, as well as the number of Weight Watchers points it is worth.

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We had a very small crew this month, but we were able to really delve into the cookbook and share our thoughts and experiences with it, which was great. We all pretty much agreed that – as beautiful as the book was – the recipes just weren’t practical for your average cook. One member described the recipes as “very chefy” which was nicely put; while the recipes looked delicious, most called for long lists of ingredients, many of which were very specific and difficult to track down. The preparation also seemed over-the-top, requiring more time and effort than most of us are willing to put in at the end of a long day of work, when all we want to do is feed ourselves (and out family) a healthy meal.  With that said, the book itself was well-done, interesting, and the photos eye-catching. We wouldn’t recommend it to others, but we’ll still drool over the photographs.

Again, next month we will not be holding Cookbook Club. We will begin again on September 17th, and we’ll be welcoming Fall by sharing delicious, nostalgic, good ol’ fashioned comfort foods, from Jamie Oliver’s Comfort Food: The Ultimate Weekend Cookbook. You definitely won’t want to miss out, so reserve your spot (and recipe!) early!!

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Have a fun, warm, and delicious Summer 🙂

 

June: Party Food

First off, a HUGE congratulations goes out to Adam Young, Westerly resident and owner of Sift Bake Shop, who just won the Food Network’s Best Baker in America competition! If you have been to Sift, then you probably already know that it was well-deserved. If you haven’t, you NEED to check them out, either in their Mystic or Watch Hill location! Way to go, Adam!

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Cookbook Club Meeting

This month, we didn’t focus on just one cookbook; instead, members chose any recipe they wanted to share with the group…as long as it fell under the category of “Party Food” (which, let’s be real, is pretty broad)! With the beginning of summer just around the corner – as well as the 4th of July – we thought it would be a good opportunity to share some of our favorite recipes for potlucks, picnics, and other parties.

Every year, around this time, I scour the internet and cookbooks at the library for cool new recipes to prepare and bring with me to summer parties. And every year, without fail, I end up defaulting to one of my “go-to” recipes rather than experimenting with something new. This month’s cookbook club gave me some great new recipe ideas, which I think I may actually use in the future. Maybe.

We had a pretty small group this month, but that didn’t stop us from having a great time! Given the beautiful weather, we set up our table out on the 3rd floor terrace. Wilcox Park looked pretty fine from way up here!wilcox view

A few of the recipes we shared were some variation on chips and dip, but they were all super unique and – more importantly – absolutely delicious. We shared a guacamole that incorporated feta cheese and corn into the mix, a magnificently cheesy artichoke dip, some mango chutney/curry/shrimp bites, and pulled pork nachos. The group also enjoyed a simple and fresh tasting bruschetta, and some killer brownies for dessert. YUM!

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Our next meeting will be on Monday July 16th, from 6-7:30 pm. Normally we vote on our next Cookbook selection during the meeting, but because we had a small turnout we wanted to open up the voting for a couple more days. The theme for the month is “Healthy and Fresh”, and the choices are:

Cast your vote for the cookbook you like best here! * SURVEY HAS NOW BEEN CLOSED. The book that was chosen is Food, Health and Happiness by Oprah Winfrey*

 

 

February: Indian with Madhur Jaffrey

Quite a few of our members have mentioned that they’d like to explore culturally diverse cookbooks in future meetings, so this month we decided to delve into Indian Cuisine using Madhur Jaffrey’s books! Jaffrey’s expertise shines through in her books, and she makes the whole experience of preparing the dishes extremely straightforward, which is no easy feat. Most of the recipes include a reasonable number of ingredients (often less than a dozen), and Jaffrey makes note of ones that can be considered “optional”, as well as possible substitutes. If you like Indian food, or just want to become a bit more familiar with it, Jaffrey’s cookbooks are a great place to start!

The Cookbooks

This month, our club members chose recipes from 2 different Madhur Jaffrey cookbooks:

jaffreyAt Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka was written in 2010, and includes a wide mix of recipes: small bites, meats and poultry, egg dishes, and sweet desserts and drinks.

Jaffrey1Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking, similar to her other titles, is both comprehensive and accessible to even novice cooks. Unlike At Home, this cookbook leaves out the meat and poultry, but it definitely doesn’t lack in flavor or variety!

Our Cookbook Club

This month’s meeting was a bit more intimate than the full house we had in January, and was made up of some real lovers of Indian cuisine (and a few who now have a new love for it!). In addition to chatting about the cookbooks themselves, we swapped stories of our favorite Indian restaurants (shout out Adrak 2 in Westerly, and Mirch Masala in Groton), as well as nearby Indian stores where you can find some of the specialty food items to make your favorite dishes in your own home. It was a great night!

Cookbook Rating

Vegetarian India = 4.2 Stars

At Home = 4.7 stars

Feedback:

Both of the books were really highly rated by those who came to the meeting, and almost all of the comments were positive. Most of us raved about how unexpectedly simple it was to prepare the recipes, and how the directions were easy to follow. The experience of learning about another culture’s cuisine and ingredients was also a fun challenge – we now know what paneer, asafetida, and ural dal are…AND how to prepare them!

The Food

Basically, everything was a favorite. We loved it all, and I was so excited to dig in that I didn’t manage to snap pics of everything — whoops!

The Stir-Fried Butternut Squash was a surprise hit, with an absolutely delicious spicy/sweet flavor (thanks to the homegrown peppers, and addition of brown sugar). The Paneer (Indian cheese) in a Tomato-Butter sauce was fantastic, and super wuick and easy to make, much to my liking! Chicken featured in a few of our dishes: Baked Chicken Curry and Bangladeshi White Chicken Korma, both of which were raved about. The vegetarians among us (and the rest of the group!) also enjoyed a flavorful Mushroom Curry and Sesame-Peanut Eggplants…YUM.

As with any Cookbook Club Meeting, it just wouldn’t be complete without dessert. This week, we tried out Jaffrey’s Yogurt Custard with Bananas, and the Cardamom Flavored Butter Biscuits, which both tasted amazing. The custard was thick, topped with caramelized bananas, AND we were assured that it was ridiculously easy to make! The Biscuits were a hit, but apparently the recipe was not particularly simple to carry-out.  We also had a few beverages for a change: a refreshing fruity-yogurt drink called Mango Lassi, and a warm Masala Chai tea which went really well with the Cardamom Cookies.

Hungry yet? Run over to  the library and take out a copy of one of these cookbooks, and you’ll be enjoying your own treats in no time at all.

Our Next Meeting

Book CoverNext month, we will be meeting on Wednesday, March 21st at 6pm, and we will be using Ruth Reichl’s book My Kitchen Year.

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing reference@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting, you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

January: Mediterranean

This month’s Cookbook Club menu included a ton of fresh veggies and herbs, whole grains, and olive oil…as well as some less familiar ingredients like Rose Water and grape leaves. We’re talking about Mediterranean Cuisine, of course!

Club members chose recipes from 2 different cookbooks:

Arabesque     Complete Mediterranean

Arabesque by Claudia Roden was written in 2006, and includes recipes from 3 specific Mediterranean countries: Morocco, Turkey, and Lebanon. Roden certainly knows the cuisine, and put her own spin on the classic recipes to improve on them, and make them more accessible for home cooks.

The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook by the America’s Test Kitchen editors is a super comprehensive book, including over 500 recipes tried and tested by America’s Test Kitchen chefs, along with photos, detailed instructions, and tips/tricks.

Our Cookbook Club

Holy moly, we had quite the crew! About 25 people attended the meeting, armed with a great mix of delicious recipes from the cookbooks. Many of the dishes were side dishes, so the whole meal had a tapas-style feel to it. And – of course – the meeting was full of laughter and great conversation!

Cookbook Rating

Arabesque = 3.5 stars

Complete Mediterranean Cookbook = 3.8 stars

Feedback:

Overall, those who chose the Arabesque cookbook enjoyed trying out the recipes, but felt that the directions were a bit unclear and they would have preferred more pictures. Some of the comments included:  “Loved the book because of all the countries featured”, “It was fun to try all the new recipes” and “It was fun to read”.

For the Complete Mediterranean Cookbook (which was the more popular choice this month), the club really enjoyed the variety of recipes, but were also let down by the lack of pictures. The Mediterranean recipes were unfamiliar to many of us, and more photos would have helped us feel more confident as we worked our way through the directions! Still, there was plenty of good to say, too: “Recipes were easy to follow”, “I liked the step-by-step instructions and the weighted measurements”, and “Love the cooking style. Mediterranean is fresh and healthy!”

The Food

Oh my goodness: the food!  Even though the club didn’t LOVE the cookbooks themselves, it seemed like everyone enjoyed sampling the dishes! We all wrote down our favorites at the end of the night, and almost every recipe was “favorited” at least once.

The Orzo Salad w/ Arugula & Sun-dried Tomatoes was a definite favorite among the group; it was both healthy and hearty, and the Kalamata olives, pine nuts, and basil gave it a ton of flavor. Another recipe from the Complete Mediterranean Cookbook was the Mushroom Tart, which was quickly demolished and raved about. Group members also loved the Rosemary Focaccia – our friend who baked it swore that she wouldn’t make it again because of how long it took, but we all enjoyed the final product!!

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Dessert is always my favorite part of the meal, and these cookbooks certainly didn’t disappoint. We tried a variety of cakes: Almond, Olive Oil and Yogurt, as well as a really interesting flourless Pistachio cake. Of course, there was some spactacular Baklava as well. One of the favorite recipes was the Rice Pudding with Rose Water and apricots – YUM!

Our Next Meeting

Next month, we will be meeting on Wednesday, February 21st at 6pm, and we will be cooking Indian Cuisine using the Madhur Jaffrey books! Copies of Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking, and At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes From India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, & Sri Lanka  will be available for checkout at the Westerly Library beginning February 1st, but participants are welcome to choose recipes from any cookbook by Jaffrey.

Please remember: you MUST sign up each and every month for the Cookbook Club. This can be done by contacting the Reference department at (401) 596-2877 x308, or emailing cskobrak@westerlylibrary.org. Prior to the meeting,  you must also let us know which recipe you will be bringing, so we can reserve it for you! Check out the “This Month’s Recipe” tab (above) to see which recipes have already been taken.

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