September 2022 Great Big Cookbook Club SummaryAugust 19, 2022 by Jenny
As our members know, each month we offer several cooking options in our Eat Your Books Cookbook Club. There are other fun cookbook clubs around the interwebs and we’d like to highlight those for those members who might want to cook or bake something other than our choices.
We want to get this information out to you so you can prepare and will update when we have any further details. If you have updates or information about any online cookbook clubs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with those details. Thank you.
I will be updating as clubs make their September announcements – so please check back.
September is blog month – any recipe from the following indexed blogs on EYB:
2022 Year Long Options:
- Cookbook: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Tenth Anniversary Edition: The Recipes of Record by Amanda Hesser – or – the original The Essential New York Times Cookbook
- Baking: Baking Chez Moi: Recipes from My Paris Home to Your Home Anywhere by Dorie Greenspan
- Vegan: Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero
- Online: Any New York Times or Dorie Greenspan recipe
Angela Hartnett‘s Cafe Murano Book Club will provide guests with an opportunity to go behind the scenes of these writers’ minds, creative processes, and forthcoming publications. The entire experience – including a welcome cocktail, signature Cafe Murano nibbles and a two-course menu – will be influenced by the speakers’ themes.
Next series has not been announced yet.
Each month Dorie will post a new baking project. She’ll give us all the recipes we need to get started and a place where we can talk about them – Playing Around // xoxoDorie Facebook group.
- September 2022: Mezcla: Recipes to Excite by Ixta Belfrage
Find out more about this digital cookbook club here.
- See details for new classes added, but no cookbook club.
Hardcover Cook has launched a new cookbook club on Facebook and the titles are the books featured in their quarterly boxes.
Fall – Shipping in September – first row:
- Omnivore: Ammu: Indian Home Cooking to Nourish Your Soul by Asma Khan
- Essentials: Dinner in One: Exceptional & Easy One-Pan Meals by Melissa Clark
- Vegetarian: The Vegan Chinese Kitchen: Recipes and Modern Stories from a Thousand-Year-Old Tradition by Hannah Che
- Baking: Good & Sweet: A New Way to Bake with Naturally Sweet Ingredients by Brian Levy
Winter – Shipping in December – second row:
- Omnivore: The Woks of Life: Recipes to Know and Love from a Chinese American Family by the Leung Family
- Essentials: Simple Pasta: Pasta Made Easy. Life Made Better. by Odette Williams
- Vegetarian: Green Kitchen: Quick + Slow: 100 Joyful Vegetarian Recipes to Make Busy Weekdays Easy and Long Weekends Fantastic by Luise Vindahl and David Frenkiel
- Baking: What’s for Dessert?: Simple Recipes for Dessert People by Claire Saffitz
For more details about the group, see Hardcover Cook’s Cookbook Club page.
Be sure to check out the site for all the great ingredients each of these boxes will share will be available soon. See Hardcover Cook’s other cookbook and ingredient bundles and see this page for more information on the subscription service.
Rainyday Bites – Deborah Balint – Instagram’s first cookbook club
- September: The Spanish Home Kitchen: Simple, Seasonal Recipes and Memories from My Home by José Pizarro
- October: Home Food: Recipes to Comfort and Connect by Olia Hercules
September & October baking book: BraveTart: Iconic American Desserts by Stella Parks
- Bonus 2022 Baking: The Cake Book: 60 Delightful Baked Goods For Any Kind of Celebration by Rebecca Firth
No activity or announcements since July.
- Aug/Sep 2022: Salad Freak: Recipes to Feed a Healthy Obsession by Jess Damuck
- September: Snackable Bakes: 100 Easy-Peasy Recipes for Exceptionally Scrumptious Sweets and Treats by Jessie Sheehan
- October: The Italian Baker, Revised Edition: The Classic Tastes of the Italian Countryside–Its Breads, Pizza, Focaccia, Cakes, Pastries, and Cookies by Carol Field (1st edition okay too)
- Bonus Book 2022 – all year: Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple by Dorie Greenspan
- September: I Dream of Dinner (So You Don’t Have To): Low-Effort, High-Reward Recipes by Ali Slagle
- October: Falastin: A Cookbook by Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley
- Bonus Book – 2022: Grains for Every Season: Rethinking Our Way with Grains by Joshua McFadden and Martha Holmberg
- September: Gullah Geechee Home Cooking: Recipes from the Mother of Edisto Island by Emily Meggett
- October: Simple Pasta: Pasta Made Easy. Life Made Better. by Odette Williams
- November: Korean American: Food that Tastes Like Home by Eric Kim
- December: Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple by Dorie Greenspan
- Please check GCCC’s Instagram as difficult for me to determine what is being covered. (It appears that they are covering all titles from 2021 and adding new books every week but I am not sure.
Club de cuisine Française 2022: Maman: The Cookbook: All-Day Recipes to Warm Your Heart by Elisa Marshall, Benjamin Sormonte and Lauren Salkeld
- Get Cooking Cookbook Club – an Instagram cookbook club. To participate tag your photos with #getcookingcookbookclub and follow the co-hosts Bebe and Steph at Champagne & Cookies and A Whisk and a Spoon respectively on Instagram.
Salt & Spine is the leading podcast focused on telling the stories behind cookbooks through in-depth, in-person interviews with compelling authors. The Salt + Spine Cookbook Club is now on a seasonal schedule – they will feature one author each season and cook along with them in a Virtual Dinner Party.
Will update when new series is announced.
- September 2022: Chinese-ish: Home Cooking, Not Quite Authentic, 100% Delicious by Rosheen Kaul
- October 2022: Any recipes from any Australian Women’s Weekly cookbooks
- 2022 Year Long Cookbook: Everything I Love to Cook by Neil Perry
- September 2022: Big Has HOME: Recipes from North London to North Cyprus by Hasan Semay
- September 2022: More Fish, More Veg: Simple, Sustainable Recipes and Know-how for Everyday Delicious Meals by Tom Walton
- September 2022 Blog: The Woks of Life
To find out more information, please see this post.
September 22nd – Join the group for the fifth installment of Diaspora Co.’s Club Masala! Club Masala is our hands-on, spice-forward, quarterly Zoom cooking club feat. This month, we will be making Asha’s Butter Chicken or Murgh Makhani to celebrate the beginning of peak cozy season! Come cook along on Thursday, September 22 at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET! Folks who want an alternative to chicken are welcome to join too.
Their classes are always FREE for Club Masala members, AKA anyone who has ever purchased a Masala Dabba OR who’s spent $200+ in the past year. Wanna join in? You can order a Masala Dabba and membership here, or gift one to a loved one. Fill yours with our three masalas, or grab a Masala Trio to restock!
Those who are not members of Club Masala but would still like to attend, can simply buy a ticket! All proceeds will go to the National Network of Abortion Funds.
Every Tuesday, EYB Member, Lisa has a Milk Street Kitchen cookalong on her Cook Like I Mean It Instagram. Any MSK recipe is fair game just tag your posts #milkstreetcookalong. For more information see this reel.
From Hardcover Cook: “Claudia Prieto-Piastro is a Mexican food anthropologist living in London. Her cookbook club focuses on recovering recipes, books, authors and cuisines that have been forgotten by social media because they do not have pictures or enough marketing. Every month there is a “theme” rather than one book.”
Post to Instagram using hashtag #forgottenrecipescookbookclub and also tag moderator, @piastromexicankitchen.
Skordo (Greek for garlic) is a family owned business with two shops, one in Portland and another in Freeport, Maine. I am a frequent buyer of their spices and products. Their items are packed with care and once you tear into a box you are enveloped by a world of aromas and culinary possibilities.
Each month this group will feature a cookbook and invite members to cook along with readers and members of The Dish team to try new recipes, learn new skills and be in with a chance of winning some great prizes along the way. In this group, you’re encouraged to share your photos, tips and recipe tweaks. Journalists from The Sunday Times, authors and experts will be taking part from time to time, and your comments and photos could be featured in our publications.
Updated: other clubs I’ve located:
- The San Diego Cookbook Club – local club that meets.
- Adelaide Cookbook Club (local club that meets)
- Berlin Cookbook Club (meet up)
- Magnolia Table Cookbook Club
- Wit and Delight (to learn more about this club you need to sign up here)
- Virtual Cooking Club (to learn more about this club you need to sign up here)
- The Mary Berry Cookbook Club – this is a cookbook club on Facebook run by Mary Berry’s team which focuses on the author’s recipes
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