||In 2006 a group of Sydney Jewish women came together to share recipes and|talk about food. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and ? often heatedly|? discussed the merits of different recipes. After just a few weekly meetings,|the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born and a legacy of food and recipes|spanning many cultures and generations began to take shape. Five years and|hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood have handpicked their|favourite recipes for publication in their first book of the same name. Over|100 culturally diverse recipes from more than 60 cooks have been tried, tested|and refined for inclusion in the Monday Morning Cooking Club book. Each|recipe begins with a short story of the cook and their history of the dish.|These stories, interweaved with amazing recipes, narrate the rich and personal|history of far-flung communities and families who find a deep connection|through food and the memory of generations that have gone before.