45 books — 1 voter
Food and Drink
Food Writing and Cookbooks by African-Americans Published in Decade: 2010s
Time For A Picnic
22 books — 4 voters
[ATY 2022] Food and Drink
274 books — 56 voters
Food Writing and Cookbooks by African-Americans Published in Decade: 2000s
14 books — 1 voter
“ Loaves of fig and pepper bread, of course. But there was also lasagna cooked in miniature pumpkins, and pumpkin-seed brittle. Roasted red pepper soup, and spiced caramel potato cakes. Corn muffins and brown sugar popcorn balls and a dozen cupcakes, each with a different frosting, because what was first frost without frosting? Pear beer and clove ginger ale in dark bottles sat in the icy beverage tub. They ate well into the afternoon, and the more they ate, the more food there seemed to be. Pretz ...more ”
“ Sofia glanced from Jack to Lara. She seemed pleased they were together. "What can I get for you today?" she asked. Lara didn't hesitate. She knew exactly what she wanted. "A pumpkin scone and a small hot apple cider." She withdrew a ten-dollar bill from the pocket of her blazer. "I'll pay for whatever the mayor orders as well." Jack blinked. None of his staff had ever bought him coffee or bakery goods. Paula was notorious for putting her sweet on his tab, as she had just done today. She was savi ...more ”
[close] Our first attempt at a little book club with big ideas and passions, made for people who love to read and read to love.
1 member, last active 4 years ago
Lady in Read is for women in Cleveland, TX to socialize, read book and make new friends. We will…more
[close] Lady in Read is for women in Cleveland, TX to socialize, read book and make new friends. We will also plan other activities such as game night, catch a movie, concerts, festivals…..don’t be shy make a suggestion. This will not be a philosophical book club that tries to make meaning out of every chapter; if that's what you are looking for this is not the book club for you. We will discuss the book what we liked/did not like. If we will read other books from the author. And basically read book we would never have pick up if not for book club. I’m going to try to keep the book club relatively small. All ladies of PCPS are welcome: first 10-12 to RSVP will attend depending on the host/venue. We will meet for book club the 2nd Saturday of every month. We will pick one book a month So come prepared with a book in mind. Come in yoga pants, jeans, shorts or a ball gown as long as you come as you. I'm a yoga/sweat pants and t-shirt person. Wine, finger food, sweets, wine, chips & dip, wine, fruit/veggie/cheese plate, wine, your favorite snack food, did I mention wine is always welcome. Remember sharing is caring.
10 members, last active one year ago
A culinary book club based in Chicago. ' NOTE: We accept requests to join only if you live with…more
[close] A culinary book club based in Chicago. ' NOTE: We accept requests to join only if you live within the Chicagoland area as we meet live. We meet monthly to discuss a book and have a bite. We also plan food-related activities as time and interest permit.
59 members, last active 3 months ago
Jill's Book Clan is composed of women who want the opportunity to read and share their thoughts …more
[close] Jill's Book Clan is composed of women who want the opportunity to read and share their thoughts with friends and acquaintances.
9 members, last active 3 years ago
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