Tuesday, May 8, 2012
It's a cookbook club
Kai Cafe and restaurant is the kind of place that loves the things its customers love.
Head chef and proprietor Jess Murphy thought that she could bring two of those passions together to entertain and teach those interested in food.
There are book clubs, and supper clubs the world over - but no cookbook clubs. At Kai the ethos is to always be innovative, which sparked the creation of a cookbook club.
The club is about people learning, talking, and sharing their passion with others. “It is great for people to share their love of cooking and cookbooks with like minded people.
The club is a place for individuals and groups of people to come and talk about food, ask questions, and find out how to be a better home chef” says Jess.
The cookbook club takes place this evening Wednesday May 8. Tickets are available in advance from the restaurant at €35 for three courses including one glass of wine.
This months installment of the cookbook club features Ottolenghi's book, 'Plenty'.
Each course will be served with Jessica explaining the technicalities of the dish, best places to source the freshest food, and how to serve a feast to happy customers.
Places are limited so make sure you book early.
For more information contact
on 526003 or visit
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