Our Cuisine Club is one of the oldest continuously attended sections of the SUWC. Originally, it was held in the evenings when couples attended. The group has a rich culinary history, including barbecuing a lamb and a pig, which a surgeon had the honor of carving. Today, we share home-cooked, delicious dishes at member-hosted luncheons. The theme and the hostess for the next month are selected at a short meeting before enjoying the gourmet meal. Our themes include ethnic meals, picnic fare, winter soups, and dishes from historical eras. The hostess provides beverages and atmosphere that we all love. It is truly the best possible of ladies’ luncheons!
Generally, this section meets on the second Tuesday of the month at noon.
Cuisine Club is led by Diane Levin. Her email address is in the Redbook and the Preview. For more details, please contact her.