Attend the next meeting of the Williams County Public Library Page & Plate Cookbook Club, a book club that appeals to lovers of food and literature! Each month Page & Plate will choose a cookbook that participants will then pick a recipe out of to make, and bring to the next meeting for everyone to taste. The club will then discuss what they thought of the cookbook, and if they are excited to try more recipes from the book.
If you are interested in participating in Page & Plate, pick up the cookbook of the month, at the desk of the Bryan Main Library Adult Department. Sign up for the recipe you would like to make, so no duplicate dishes will be brought. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, January 9th, from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm, in the Harmon Room of the Local History Center. The cookbook to be discussed in January will be Bacon Nation by Peter Kaminsky and Marie Rama. Come on your lunch hour to talk about all things cooking, while enjoying delicious food and great company!
This is a FREE program, and you must register to attend by Tuesday, January 7th, as there is a limit of 15 participants. To register, stop by the Bryan Main Library, which is located at 107 E. High Street, or call 833-633-READ x 221.