The South Burlington Public Library Cookbook Club celebrated the Chinese New Year Feb. 6 with the food of Indonesia.

The cookbook that inspired the culinary wizardry was “The Indonesian Kitchen,” which led to dishes of lemper, chicken satay, coconut squash, and gado gado, to name a few.

“It was a wonderful meal!” said Bill Wargo, the club’s leader. Next month’s cookbook is Sameen Rushdie’s “Indian Cookery.”

For those who love to cook and eat, join the gastronomic fun by picking up a recipe at the library’s circulation desk.

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