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Cooking clubs: Mixing friendship and food

It's an old recipe: women, friendship, and food. But today women are pulling out the pots and pans, swapping recipes, gathering around hot stoves on a regular basis, and making sure that friendship is always on the menu. What’s this new phenomenon that’s popping around the country? Cooking clubs! Whether meeting weekly, monthly or even daily, women are making a point to have fun cooking while
/ Source: TODAY

It's an old recipe: women, friendship, and food. But today women are pulling out the pots and pans, swapping recipes, gathering around hot stoves on a regular basis, and making sure that friendship is always on the menu. What’s this new phenomenon that’s popping around the country? Cooking clubs! Whether meeting weekly, monthly or even daily, women are making a point to have fun cooking while catching up on each other lives. Megan DeSales and Darri Stephens of the New York Cooking Club, and Michelle Milman and Julie Doup of the Iowa Cooking Club were invited on the “Today” show to share some of their recipes. Try them:



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