The History of Afternoon Tea – Author Event
Posted by claireatwakefieldlibraries
The Nom Nom Nom Cookery Book Reader Group invites you to join them on Saturday 1 April 2.00-3.30pm at Wakefield Library. Cookery author and blogger Meryl White will explore the origins and the characters involved in creating this quintessential British tradition and what makes the perfect afternoon tea. This is a free event but booking is essential please.
Tel 01924 305356
The Nom Nom Nom! Cookery book reader group was established in March 2014 meeting monthly, whose members are interested in food and cookery and want to share experiences and recipes with like-minded individuals. Members of all cooking abilities are welcome, you don’t have to be of bake-off or masterchef standard to enjoy your food and cooking it!
The Nom, Nom, Nom book group meets on the first Saturday of each month 2-3pm at Wakefield Library and Museum at Wakefield One, Burton Street. The book club gives members the opportunity to try new cookery writers, ingredients and experiment with different cuisines and share their results (and disasters!) within a friendly group.
Visit Meryl’s blog at http://www.grandmaabson.com/