Bibliobites is a book group with a culinary focus. We read a combination of cookbooks, culinary memoirs and Foodie fiction. We often pick a theme for a meeting and encourage members to try recipes related to the theme. We do not discourage members from bringing those recipes in for us to try! Bibliobites meetings are open to everyone, and meet the last Friday of the month at 11 am.
Previous Bibliobites Discussions
- Pasta, Per Favore! (4/4/2016) - Apparently, Italians didn’t invent pasta, but it could be argued that they’ve perfected it. It’s one of the cornerstones of their cuisine, eaten at almost every meal and with an infinite number of sauces and/or accompaniments. Americans, despite their flirtation with low-carb eating, have embraced pasta; it’s quick and easy to make, readily available and … Continue reading Pasta, Per Favore!
- Bibliobites in February: Bake, Boil, Simmer, Stew, Stir…… (3/7/2016) - ……and enjoy! This month, instead of focusing on a specific title, we all participated in a “cooking challenge.” The idea was to make something you’d never tried before, either because it was too time-consuming, too intimidating, or too unfamiliar. Everyone seemed to enjoy their adventures in the kitchen and it was fun to hear about … Continue reading Bibliobites in February: Bake, Boil, Simmer, Stew, Stir……
- Bibliobites in January: Life in the Slow Lane (2/23/2016) - Just a quick reminder that we will meet this coming Friday, February 26, at 11 AM in the Fireplace Room. This month’s assignment was to cook something you’ve never cooked before! I hope you’ve been spending some of our chillier days staying warm in your kitchen, cooking up some challenging recipes. I can’t wait to … Continue reading Bibliobites in January: Life in the Slow Lane