Book Club Tuesday: The Kitchen Party Cookbook

Some of life’s simple pleasures occur when we are in the company of family and friends. It’s in the gatherings and occasions that we find the connection that bulids and supports communities. When I was a kid it seemed like there was always a houseful of people at my grandparents and that swell of people was always in the kitchen. You see, at the farmhouse where they lived, the door everyone used was just off the kitchen and when they built the “new” farmhouse back in the 1950s the kitchen was built to be the biggest room. While the actual prep-and-cook area of the kitchen was relatively small the custom turquoise (later recovered to a different colour) Naugahyde “L”-shaped banquette Continue reading