Cooking At Home: Ebwaters Remembers The Aol Cooking Club

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From 1988 through 2001, The Cooking Club was a popular content area on America Online. Featuring nightly online chats on topics ranging from Southern Cuisine to Vegetarian Dining to International Foods, the Cooking Club hosted a “Take-a-recipe, share-a-recipe” cookbook that grew to include over 300,000 recipes. During its heyday, such illustrious foodies as Paul Prudhomme and Julia Child visited t...

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Publication Date: August 3, 2011
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The Cooking at Home EBWaters remembers the AOL Cooking Club cookbook by author Liz Waters is well-written and filled with plenty of recipes. As Kindle cookbooks go, her cookbook is probably one of the most comprehensive when it comes to the extent an...

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Club online and had thousands of members from all around the world.The AOL Cooking Club was the creation and work of EBWaters, the AOL Screen name for Liz Waters, a Louisville, Kentucky. The parent of a disabled and terminally ill child, Liz managed the Cooking Club from her home. This allowed her to balance the multiple jobs of writer, corporate president, and caregiver. Using a Macintosh computer set up in the guest room of her home, Liz started with the some of the recipes in this book--her own family collection, to help families across the nation come back into the kitchen and cook with their families.Online cooking today is a commercial venture sponsored by monstrous corporations with the goal of selling their goods. It has outgrown the original Cooking Club concept was one exclusively of sharing. As our America became more isolated with all adult family members working, and mostly working away from home, the Cooking Club became the front porch and back fence of our world, with people sharing online what they once shared with their neighbors. That sharing is found online today as people share their workaday trials and joys on sites like Facebook and Twitter.Cooking At Home is a collection the recipes that started it all, updated for the 21st century family, in portable electronic form for a portable electronic world. The recipes can be at your fingertips in the supermarket when you shop and in the kitchen as you cook. Bon Appetit!