Do you love to eat food? Do you cook to relax? Do you devour chef memoirs, cookbooks and food magazines like they're made of bacon and chocolate? Well the nice folks at Community Tap and Table might have the perfect thing for you then. They're starting up a foodie book club. Each month a new food-centric book will be chosen. Members will complete their book by the designated meeting day; then gather at Community Tap and Table, where they'll get to cook and partake in a delicious 3-course meal (complete with beverage pairing) while discussing the book with other culinary literature lovers.
The current book schedule is:
July: "Toast" by Nigel Slater
September: "Four Fish" by Paul Greenberg
November: "The Dirty Life, A Memoir of Farming, Food and Love" by Kristin Kimball
$59 includes a copy of the book (print or electronic format), hands on cooking instruction to make a three course meal, paired beer/wine/or cocktail and book discussion.
The first meetings are coming up on July 28th and 31st (your choice), so sign up quickly before all the spots are full.
For more information or to sign up: