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#Cookclub Twitter chat tonight!

Join us from 7 to 8 p.m. tonight for our live #Cookclub Twitter chat. This week's topic is cooking inspiration.

We'll be sharing our thoughts on what drives us into the kitchen. Is it a favorite magazine, cookbook or TV show? Maybe it's just that look on the kids' faces that screams "We are hungry!" Also, we'll be talking about who taught you how to cook.

#Cookclub is our new online venture that draw together a community of cooks all making the same recipe. Think book club, but with food. The first week we tackled classic Quiche Lorraine and we are now in the middle of trying out a recipe for Red Lentil Chicken Soup. If you want to participate, you've got until 6 p.m. Sunday to make the recipe and leave your comments and photos on Instagram. Tag it #Cookclub so we all can benefit from your experience.

Find the recipe at New recipes are posted every other Monday on The next will be a fall recipe perfect for entertaining.

Looking forward to chatting with you tonight. Welcome to #Cookclub.


#Cookclub Twitter chat tonight! 10/03/13 [Last modified: Thursday, October 3, 2013 6:30pm]
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