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In 2006 a group of Sydney Jewish women came together to share recipes and talk about food. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and—often heatedly—discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born and a legacy of food and recipes spanning many cultures and generations began to take shape. Five years In 2006 a group of Sydney Jewish women came together to share recipes and talk about food. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and—often heatedly—discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born and a legacy of food and recipes spanning many cultures and generations began to take shape. Five years and hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood have handpicked their favorite recipes for publication in their first book of the same name. More than 100 culturally diverse recipes from more than 60 cooks have been tried, tested, and refined for inclusion in the Monday Morning Cooking Club book. Each recipe begins with a short story of the cook and their history of the dish. These stories, interweaved with amazing recipes, narrate the rich and personal history of far-flung communities and families who find a deep connection through food and the memory of generations that have gone before.


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In 2006 a group of Sydney Jewish women came together to share recipes and talk about food. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and—often heatedly—discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born and a legacy of food and recipes spanning many cultures and generations began to take shape. Five years In 2006 a group of Sydney Jewish women came together to share recipes and talk about food. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and—often heatedly—discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born and a legacy of food and recipes spanning many cultures and generations began to take shape. Five years and hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood have handpicked their favorite recipes for publication in their first book of the same name. More than 100 culturally diverse recipes from more than 60 cooks have been tried, tested, and refined for inclusion in the Monday Morning Cooking Club book. Each recipe begins with a short story of the cook and their history of the dish. These stories, interweaved with amazing recipes, narrate the rich and personal history of far-flung communities and families who find a deep connection through food and the memory of generations that have gone before.

32 review for Monday Morning Cooking Club: The Food, The Stories, The Sisterhood

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Cookbooks are one of my obsessions: I have hundreds of them. However, as much as I love to buy and use cookbooks, it's not often that I acquire more than one in the same week. Even less often would I obtain two books by the same author(s) in that space of time. In fact, I don't think I've ever done that before. This week was an exception to the rule. No sooner was I given the Monday Morning Cooking Club's second book The Feast Goes On last weekend, than I knew I simply had to have this, the grou Cookbooks are one of my obsessions: I have hundreds of them. However, as much as I love to buy and use cookbooks, it's not often that I acquire more than one in the same week. Even less often would I obtain two books by the same author(s) in that space of time. In fact, I don't think I've ever done that before. This week was an exception to the rule. No sooner was I given the Monday Morning Cooking Club's second book The Feast Goes On last weekend, than I knew I simply had to have this, the group's first book, without delay. Luckily, it was available from their wonderful website, because all of my regular book suppliers were out of stock, with the exception of Abebooks where a copy was mine if I wanted to spend more than $200.00 (!!!). So, my shiny new cookbook arrived yesterday and I've already read through it from cover to cover to choose what I'll be making this weekend. This is Jewish home cooking at its finest, interwoven with tales of family and friendship. There is nothing about it not to love.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amy Glaser

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie

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    Lisa Goldberg

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    Toni

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jacwas

    I love this book and use it all the time

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jacqui

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    Kylie W

  9. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I've adored this cookbook from the moment I picked it up back in 2010. There are plenty of simple, wholesome and true tried and tested recipes that everyone will love. Although i have failed in some attempts to convert a select few to gluten-free I just know that even a flop of a cake will always turn out. Yummy from cover to cover. I've adored this cookbook from the moment I picked it up back in 2010. There are plenty of simple, wholesome and true tried and tested recipes that everyone will love. Although i have failed in some attempts to convert a select few to gluten-free I just know that even a flop of a cake will always turn out. Yummy from cover to cover.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

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    Sara

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    Judy

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    Yoni Hochberg

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    Hen

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    Patti

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    Charlene Intriago

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    Sherry

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    Jessica

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    Virginia

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    Corrie Aw.

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    Pam

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    DebraY

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    Jessica Vaughn

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    Joy

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    Janis

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    Elizabeth

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    Shelley Carey

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    Sue

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    Ruth

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    Jennifer

  31. 5 out of 5

    Ally

  32. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Millane

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