So, who lives in Oklahoma with her husband and children, writes a blog and two cookbooks, and has a dog named Charlie? Well, the Pioneer Woman, that’s who. Yes, the Pioneer Woman (Ree Drummond) has a new cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from my frontier and it is as good or maybe even better [...]
Come check out two of Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library’s newest additions of books on the subject of home brewing and be sure to attend Let’s Make Beer on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 from 7pm–8pm in Marvin Auditorium 101BC.
It’s spring once more and the growing season is upon us. Fresh food is so good and good for us. It’s also good for the earth. Celebrate all this goodness with terrific recipes that highlight the fresh-from-the-farm flavors.
The votes are in and the prizes have been awarded! Take a look at this year’s Edible Book Festival winners.
It was Friday, the last day of Spring Break. Parents and grandparents were looking for something for the kids to do. The Library just happened to have a program for kindergarteners through second graders at 3 pm, Cooking With Dr. Seuss. Since March is Dr. Seuss’s birth month, using the cookbook, Green Eggs and Ham [...]
Joy the Baker who has had a blog for many years has a new cookbook out. Her recipes are simple but absolutely delicious. It is available here at the library in the Cooking Neighborhood. Be sure and check out the new bookclub, Cooking by the Book.
In this edition of All Booked Up! Kathy and Diana share stories of Martha Stewart and explain why for those planning a special event the library is a great place to start. How many of you remember the entertaining book that Martha Stewart wrote in the 1980s? I do, and I have that book in [...]
Join the fun at the 6th Annual Edible Book Festival. Create an edible masterpiece based on the content or shape of a book, see other edible works of art and vote for your favorites.
Heartland: the Cookbook by Judith Fertig is the featured cookbook for Cooking by the Book. Judith Fertig will also be here to talk about making your own cookbooks.
Baking Style by Lisa Yockelson and The Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook are two new cookbooks in the Cooking Neighborhood. The new book club, Cooking by the Book, is featuring chocolate.
Need some food ideas for your Super Bowl party? Check out these suggestions from our cooking librarian!