Cookbook Club: ITALIAN!
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Mangia! Let’s eat!
Join us for our first Cookbook Club!
In conjunction with the One Book, One County title, Tony’s Wife, by bestselling author Adriana Trigiani, we’ll be sharing dishes from Italy.
Here’s how it works:
- Check out any Italian cookbook, from our display or collection, or use one of your own.
- Choose any dish–appetizer, salad, main, side, or dessert–that serves at least 5 people. We’re not looking for anything elaborate, a table full of small samples is fine!
- Register below with your name and the dish you are preparing.
- Bring your prepared dish and a copy of your recipe on Friday, March 29. Please note there will be no cooking available at the library.
- Share and enjoy!
We’ll provide the utensils and beverages.
Don’t know where to start? Here’s the link to Italian cookbooks in our collection.
Want to know more about cookbook clubs or start one of your own? Read “Why Cookbook Clubs Should be the New Way We Entertain,” from SeriousEats.com
For more information on One Book, One County events and to order tickets for Adriana Trigiani’s appearance in the county on Thursday, April 11, please click HERE.
Please note: There may be ingredients present that include shellfish, nuts, wheat, soy, and/or milk. The Library assumes no liability for dishes produced in home kitchens not subject to public health inspections, which may contain common food allergens.
ONE BOOK, ONE COUNTY thanks Ursinus College, Keneseth Israel Synagogue, Open Book Bookstore of Elkins Park, and The Arcadia Foundation.