If you answered yes, chances are, you’re a college student. If you answered no, you’re probably a mutant. But for all of you who rejoice at the chance to snack on some complimentary treats, good news: the Cal Cooking Club is holding its first general meeting Thursday, Feb. 11.

The event boasts a demo led by Chef Arielle Bosch, who just happens to be the head pastry chef of Corso Trattoria—a rustic Italian restaurant that’s quickly becoming quite the hot spot of Berkeley’s own gourmet ghetto.

Along with plenty of tips and tricks for pastry amateurs, Chef Bosh will be offering samples of her mouthwatering Maple Mascarpone Cheesecake Bites. Yum.

The meeting is open to non-members as well as returnees, so be sure to stop by 60 Evans Hall from 7-8pm to check out the spread. All are encouraged to join the club in order to participate in future events (restaurant visits, home cooking workshops, and food-related volunteer opportunities are all on the table).

Bon appetite!

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Cal Cooking Club

jay said:
Feb 11, 2010 at 5:43 pm

my resident!