Guidelines


1. Order, buy, or borrow the appointed book.
2. After reading the book, cook up something delicious inspired by the book and blog about it. If you don’t have a blog, one of us four co-hosts would be happy to post your entry as a guest blogger. Make sure to include a link to this COOK THE BOOKS blog so others can find out about the details.
3. In the meantime, feel free to suggest other food-rich readings for a future round of COOK THE BOOKS by leaving a comment after this post.

Ready, set, read!

5 comments:

Jordan Millsaps said...

I just finished The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron and there were so many references to traditional French food. It would be a great one to do this with!

Simona Carini said...

Thank you for your suggestion, Jordan. We have already chosen the next four books, but we'll certainly keep your suggestion in mind for the following round.

Rita said...

Hi Everyone,
I am very excited to become a part of such an amazing group of people, who like myself like reading and cooking.
I am very new to that form of book discussions but this book club incorporate my two absolutely favorite activities: reading and cooking!
I am looking forward to starting the book from April/May selection and cook from it.
Please be patient with me as I'm just a beginner.
Cheers
Rita

Simona Carini said...

Welcome to the Club, Rita. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to one of us co-hosts.

Claudia said...

Welcome Rita! Just be sure to leave a comment with your post URL on the main page or email Deb at Kahakai Kitchen.
Aloha, Claudia