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Friday, December 28, 2012

18 Reasons Makes Space for New Members in Food Lit Club

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click to enlarge Selected books from upcoming sessions of 18 Reasons' Food Lit Club.
  • Selected books from upcoming sessions of 18 Reasons' Food Lit Club.

18 Reasons hosts a monthly Food Lit Club where members talk about culinary books as well as magazine articles. Moderator Heather Knape sends out discussion questions and topics in advance, and there's typically the appointing of someone for snack duty or a call for potluck contributions so you don't end up reading about food on an empty tummy.

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- The Best Little Cookbook Store in San Francisco

18 Reasons has space for new members for the January-March meetups in 2013, held on January 20 (Lucky Peach Issue 5: Chinatown and The New Yorker's December 3 issue), February 24 (Yes, Chef: A Memoir by Marcus Samuelsson and "The Philosopher Chef" by Yotam Ottolenghi from The New Yorker's December 3 issue), and March 17 (Skirt Steak: Women Chefs on Standing the Heat and Staying in the Kitchen by Charlotte Druckman and "Bread Winner" by Lauren Collins from The New Yorker's December 3 issue). Purchase all three sessions together (required) for $30 via Brown Paper Tickets and find all reading selections at Omnivore Books.

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