December 2021 EYB Cookbook Club Summary

Each month we offer at least four cooking options in our Eat Your Books Cookbook Club. This month we have been cooking from:

For past EYB Cookbook Club summaries, #EYBCookbookClub will pull up an archive of our club’s activities. Please note our announcement document shared in the club shares all our options (including those in the past). You will find January and February’s as well as our 2022 year-long options at the bottom of this post.

2022: Starting in January, we are going to do things a bit different. EYB will choose one newer title and one classic title to cook from each month. We will have a baking title that we will cover for two months. Online recipes for the featured authors are also okay to share.

An EYB member recently asked what options were available for those not on Facebook. Please post your photos here on EYB as I always check the book’s member images and try to include those as well. We want everyone to participate.

We have also started a Great Big Cookbook Club Roundup to share what is going on in other clubs. The link above will bring up those posts.

That Sounds So Good: 100 Real-Life Recipes for Every Day of the Week by Carla Lalli Music

Pork burgers with cabbage slaw submitted by member ehadi

Spicy-tangy green beans and tofu submitted by member Samallyn6

Greens, beans, and sausage soup submitted by Jane

One Tin Bakes Easy: Foolproof Cakes, Traybakes, Bars and Bites from Gluten-free to Vegan and Beyond by Edd Kimber

Chocolate dipped honeycomb submitted by member christineakiyoshi

For more photos see the EYB Cookbook Club as well as images shared by members posted here on EYB.

January 2022

February 2022

2022 year long options are:

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  • nadine.guarrera  on  December 20, 2021

    While I’m excited for another year of EYB Cookbook Club, I’m saddened to see that the veg option is gone. While I can always wade through and find recipes that fit my lifestyle, I prefer to support veg authors who share my philosophy.

    • Jenny  on  December 20, 2021

      Nadine: The issue was we just weren’t getting anyone sharing dishes from a veg focused option. I’m happy to let you select a veg focused option for the year and I’ll add that.

  • nadine.guarrera  on  December 22, 2021

    I think a popular book such as Veganomicon would work well. It’s a classic, and probably a book even non-veg would like. Also Modern Vegan Baking by G Price is good.

    I’ll try to get over my shyness and post some pics this year.

  • sayeater  on  January 1, 2022

    Good choice Nadine! I’ll get my copy of Veganomicon out for Jan since I don’t own any Nigel Slater books. I haven’t even scratched the surface of that tome yet!

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