Cooks of Crocus Hill – Sunday Suppers

How had I never heard of this?!

According to CityPages, Sunday Suppers are “back” (though this is news to me).

One Sunday each month, Cooks of Crocus Hill invite guests to join in for a homemade feast. The event hosts up to 40 people, and costs just $15/person (wine can be purchased separately).

While cooks prepare the meal, guests are encouraged to “be nosy” about the recipes, help out, and ask questions. Diners are sent home with a recipe packet of the night’s meals so that they can take what they’ve learned and tasted and bring it to their own kitchens.

I’ve done something like this at Kitchen Window in Calhoun Square, but it was an organized work party rather than an open invitation. Still, it was amazing to be a part of the preparation process and then to share the meal you’ve helped create with everyone once it’s prepared.  I anticipate this is much the same, but bigger and louder.

Register here at the Cooks of Crocus Hill website.  CP blogger, Roseanne Pereira offers this tip: call them if the event appears to be full; apparently extra Sunday suppers have been added in months where the demand has been high.

I’m in! Who’s with me?

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