Tallahassee Cooking Club, January 2011

Welcome to Cooking Club!  The theme for the evening was a dish from your favorite celebrity chef.

I wanted to share with you photos from Saturday evening.

Enjoy!

The evening started an  Isle of Pines Cocktail.  You can check out the link here: 

Wild mushrooms in a Madeira sauce served on whole grain toast points

Roasted fennel soup with a dusting of hazelnuts

Roasted vegetable ratatouille

 Espresso Panna Cotta for Dessert

Another fabulous evening. Great food, great wine and great friends.

48 thoughts on “Tallahassee Cooking Club, January 2011

  1. I love your cooking club! And that panna cotta? How marvelous. And nothing better than fennel soup; I'd really like to make that recipe, it looks excellent. (I already have your Isle of Pines recipe…yum)

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  2. Velva, so happy you invited me here today. So rewarding, just to see all this marvelous food all in one place.p.s. I just posted a short story about a young graduate student during her sojourn at Florida State University back in the seventies. Should you wish to see/read it, you'll find the blog classroomnotes on my profile.Tallahassee was always full of magic!

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  3. The loveliest menu and I have my eye on those mushrooms in Madeira today. Tomorrow it will be another one of your dishes and the next day, I will be enchanted with another. (How does one get an invite.)

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  4. What a wonderful idea. I need to start my own cooking club. Seeing your delicious eats certainly inspires me! Thank you for sharing, my blogging friend! I'm sending you wishes for a happy and delicious week!

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  5. Thanks for visiting my blog! Your blog is very mouthwatering! And I love the very cute header of the tomato vine. Do you take all the pictures except for Wednesday? They are excellent! But I don't think I will try that snake coctail from a few posts back, why is it named that?

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  6. A wonderful evening of fine foods & good company!! Those apéritives are looking lovely as well!Thanks fos sharing these well flavoured & vibrant dishes, dear Velva!

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  8. Wow…what to say.. #1 looks absolutely wonderful.. #2 I'm totally jealous …#3 what's the cost of a plane ride to get a Provence Cooking Club going? 🙂 Thanks for this loveliness!

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