What's Cookin' gets yeasty with Bread Contest

The What’s Cookin’ Cookbook Discussion Group is going to rise to the occasion with a Bread Contest at its January meeting.  

The What’s Cookin’ Bread Contest will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, January 27, 2020. Participants should bring their favorite bread to be judged. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third places. The group members may also bring a soup for the potluck meal.  
What’s Cookin’ has been meeting since 2013 on a monthly basis to discuss food and cookbooks, and to share in a themed potluck meal. Cheryl Lyon is the coordinator of the group and leads the meetings. Her goal is to provide interesting speakers and demonstrations of cooking methods, and to share relevant information and fun facts about cooking.  

The 2020 What’s Cookin’ schedule is as follows: January 27 (Bread Contest); February 24 (world cuisine); March 23 (comfort food); April 27 (favorite dish named after a city); May 18 (tea party); June 22 (annual picnic); July 27 (main dish, side dish, or dessert salad); August 24 (recipe that you’ve always wanted to try); September 28 (Crock-Pot side dish, main dish, or dessert); October 26 (favorite tailgate dish); November 16 (favorite brunch dish); and December 14 (annual holiday potluck). 

For more information, contact Cheryl at clyon@seolibraries.org, call the Upper Sandusky Community Library at 419-294-1345, or stop by the front desk. 

What's Cookin Bread Contest January 2020

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