Cook­book club

WHERE READ­ING GROUP MEETS SUP­PER CLUB, THIS IS A WAY TO BRING TO­GETHER FRIENDS AND RECIPES FOR AN EVENING OF CULI­NARY FUN

The Simple Things - - GATHERING - Pho­tog­ra­phy and styling: KYM GRIMSHAW Words and food styling: LOT­TIE STOREY Recipes: GE­ORGINA HAY­DEN IN STIR­RING SLOWLY

Anew kind of book club is on the rise. Ditching Donna Tartt in favour of Donna Hay, cook­book clubs are a dif­fer­ent way to dis­cuss the lat­est best­sellers. Pick a recipe col­lec­tion, agree what each guest will bring, then sit down to chat over a meal cooked, col­lab­o­ra­tively, from one au­thor’s work. Con­ver­sa­tion flows as freely as the wine, while you and your fel­low cook­ing en­thu­si­asts bond, as only food­ies can, over a shared love of roast chicken (with a twist) or why mint tea is a spe­cial thing.

All the in­gre­di­ents for an en­ter­tain­ing gath­er­ing, us­ing Ge­orgina Hay­den’s Mid­dle East­ern-style dishes

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