Today the Cooking Club came to Sweet Briar House to prepare — and eat — brunch.
I remember how, when I was an undergraduate, I missed hanging out in a family kitchen. Nothing is homier than the smell of food cooking, especially when shared with others gathering around the stove, chopping something, stirring something else, chatting away, maybe a little music playing. . . .
So I was delighted to invite the students in the cooking club to come over this morning. I hope they all went off to their finals and papers fortifying by a good breakfast and even better company!