Featured Program

November 5,  “The Importance of Duncan Hines,” presented by Louis Hatchett.

Duncan Hines (1880–1959) may be best known for the cake mixes, baked goods and bread products that bear his name, but most people forget that he traveled across America discovering restaurants and offering his recommendations to readers in his best-selling compilation Adventures in Good Eating. His biographer, Louis Hatchett, will explore the life and legacy of a savvy businessman, American icon and an often-overlooked culinary pioneer.

Please join us 7:15 pm at the Goodman Community Center, 149 Waubesa St, Madison, WI

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Coming to the CHEW meeting?  Why not bring a nonperishable food item to donate to the Goodman Center food pantry!  The Center is giving out food as fast as it can take it in and the need has never been greater. Items needed: tuna, beans, shelf-stable milk, juice, canned fruits & vegetables, macaroni & cheese, peanut butter, cereal, infant formula, baby food, diapers, soup (not tomato), rice, can openers. Financial donations also welcome.

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Future Programs

December 3 – “Fishing for Sustainability, Past and Present,” hosted by Kathleen Schmitt Kline

Learn about the history of Great Lakes commercial fishing, about current developments in aquaculture and aquaponics, and about a new statewide initiative that educates Wisconsin eaters about the environmental, economic and gastronomic benefits of eating local fish.

Kathy Kline is the education outreach specialist at UW Sea Grant Institute and co-author of People of the Sturgeon: Wisconsin’s Love Affair with an Ancient Fish.

 

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Meetings – Meeting place and time, click here. Depending on speaker/topic, location can vary, please check the monthly meeting for location if different than the Goodman Community Center.

CHEW Library - One advantage of coming to a monthly CHEW meeting is access to CHEW’s traveling library. Our collection totals almost 60 titles – ranging from the esteemed Ovens of Brittany Cookbook to Near a Thousand Tables: A History of Food. We have copies of the books written by virtually every guest speaker we have had in the last ten years, e.g.,  Putting Down Roots: Gardening Insights from Wisconsin’s Settlers by Marcia Carmichael, chief gardener at Old World Wisconsin; Kathleen Kline’s People of the Sturgeon: Wisconsin’s Love Affair with an Ancient Fish, andCluck: From Jungle Fowl to Chicks by Susan Troller.To peruse all the book titles on the CHEW web site, click Culinary. Even better, you have the opportunity to check out any of our books at a CHEW meeting! You can even put in an “order” for a specific book. Winter weather makes it difficult to transport all books to each meeting; therefore, we will rotate bringing half of the collection to each meeting.  Authors A – H will be brought to the February meeting and Authors I – Z will be brought to the next meeting. If you have a burning desire for a particular book, just email chewwisconsin@gmail.com and the book will be brought to the next meeting, if it hasn’t already been checked out. We are happy to provide this personal service.

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