Tag Archives: book club and food
Back in mid-February before Shelter-in-Place and Social Distancing were our daily way of life, another gal hosted our Book Club for lunch and a discussion of The Dutch House by Ann Patchett.
I hosted my Book Club about two weeks ago for a discussion and lunch for the book, Educated, by Tara Westover.
Another gal hosted our Book Club last April for a “Spring-Like” and Wuthering Heights Book Club lunch and discussion.
With Christmastime approaching, I reached into my Book Club archives, and pulled out a discussion & lunch from last year that another gal hosted. Here’s a quick look back it.
Another gal in my Book Club hosted our group in September for a discussion and lunch. Think the warm colors/textures of autumn like camel, tweed, amber, burgundy, and take a peek back at our afternoon…
About a week or so before Easter, another gal in my Book Club hosted. She treated us to an enchanting tablescape filled with Easter décor.
Another gal in my Book Club hosted our group last spring for our discussion and lunch. Have a look at this cheery tablescape and lunch. No garden trowel required.
I hosted my Book Club last week for our discussion of the book, Prospect Street. Here’s a look back at our lunch.
“Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” ~ Truman Capote – Another gal hosted my Book Club a few weeks ago for our very lively discussion of the book, The Swans of Fifth Avenue. She (like me:) loves to entertain, … Continue reading