I have this idea and I hope you will join me. You don't need to own polish pottery to join, that's just a bonus. You do however need to like food. No matter what your background is, your beliefs are or where your interest may lie - food is the great equalizer. I'm interested in modern day recipes, special dietary food, old family recipes and most recently wild game recipes. Who am I kidding, if it involves food, I'm pretty much interested. I wanted to create a group that can share ideas and help me sort through some new projects as they come online. If there are special offers or previews to come, this will be the group that gets them first. For now, let's eat and be social. Come join me!
Polish Pottery Supper Club
If I'm missing, check the kitchen first.
If you don't already know, my name is Robin. For me the term Supper Club is almost a nostalgic term. It evokes a feeling that makes me think of my grandparent's time. A time when fashion and social etiquette meant something very different than it does today. That's neither good nor bad, it just IS. For me food is more than just three meals a day, it's happiness, love, sadness, wonder, creativity and adventure all rolled up into one. Food is the silent observer as we laugh and cry. It doesn't judge, it just silently provides comfort in whatever manner that we need at that moment. Maybe it's celebrating a birth or a wedding. Perhaps it's just quietly offering solace as we shed heartbroken tears. No matter what is going on in our lives, food is a constant. I guess that's why I spent so much time in my kitchen. if you ever need to find me, that's a good place to start.
I love looking back through old recipes especially the hand written ones that all look like they were written by the same hand. Not all recipes translate to a modern dish that I would want to eat but they do provide a foundation. That's where the wonder, creativity and adventure happen.
I cook with wine. Sometimes I even add it to the food.