A magazine is declaring, to paraphrase Shakespeare, that if meetings be the food of love, play on. The magazine is Cooking Light, part of the Southern Progress Corporation, and the meetings are
informal get-togethers of its readers, known as Cooking Light Supper Clubs. The gatherings, where readers cook meals using recipes from the magazine, then dine together, began in 1999 when Amy Fong, a
reader in Alameda, Calif., organized the initial meetings on her own, without the magazine taking part.
Read the whole story at The New York Times, August 30, 2005 »