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Dave the Cook

Introducing Klatsch

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We’re pleased and excited to announce a new eG Feature: the Klatsch. The eGullet Society and eG Forums thrive because we converse, chat and connect about food and drink, cooking and eating. We want a conversation with our writers, and the Society as one: engaging the writer and engaging in the topic with other members.

We're seeking members with something new or exciting to discuss in their culinary lives:

  • Something as huge as starting a new restaurant, or as "simple" as cooking a big meal for a few friends.
  • A culinary student or professional cook doing a stage.
  • Remodeling a kitchen or a wet bar.
  • Going on the attack against an invasion of pantry moths.
  • A culinary tour to a new destination.
  • Designing the winter menu for a restaurant or bar.

These are just a few of the possibilities. Klatsch is open not just to folks cooking a week's worth of meals, but to anyone with an interesting culinary adventure, a unique viewpoint and the desire to lead a vibrant discussion. At its heart, a Klatsch is about conversation—something beyond answering questions about your daily culinary routine. What are you doing or where are you going that will make for a good dialog with other Society members?

A Klatsch is not required to last a full week: three days of detailed and interesting discussion is certainly welcome, as is, say, ten.

To volunteer, start by re-reading the explanation and guidelines above. Then, shoot an email to klatsch@eGstaff.org, and a member of the Klatsch team will be in touch to discuss your proposal.

Please feel free to ask any questions here.

Dave Scantland
Executive director
eG Ethics signatory

Eat more chicken skin.

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