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 [...]
Need some food ideas for your Super Bowl party? Check out these suggestions from our cooking librarian!
Another new cookbook is here and it is one that I have been anxiously waiting to see. The Food52 Cookbook: 140 winning recipes from exceptional home cooks is just that. Recipes from great cooks at home. There are many I want to try but I settled on the cider brined pork with calvados, mustard and thyme by Oui, [...]
Learn how to make beer at home by using your library! If you are a beginner or advanced brewer, you can find something that will pique your interest. Many of the materials listed below are on the recommended reading list from the American Homebrewer’s Association. Click on the titles below if anything interests you – you [...]
It is finally August and August is National Peach month. In the Cooking Neighborhood there is a display with all kinds of cookbooks featuring peach recipes. There are also cookbooks with panini recipes as well as brownie recipes because August is also National Panini month and National Brownie month. Be sure and check out the cooking [...]
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (37:59). Christina Callison book talks some historical non-fiction, Mary Campbell discusses the popular Friends of the Library Booksales and Booktique and Nate Hohl promotes Sports Trivia and Fantasy Football programs.Plus, Lissa and Thad announce exciting changes coming to HUSH. Subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
Say “Hello!” to an easy-to-prepare meal that you can make with fresh vegetables and leftovers you might have. Go local and use farm-fresh eggs to make this meal even better.
I love to look at both new and old cookbooks. But I also like looking at cooking and baking blogs. Here are a few that I use all the time.
For all of Ginny’s life she has lived with her parents and never had a job, but suddenly tragedy strikes when Ginny’s parents die.
Edible Book Festival is just around the corner! Open another chapter in your culinary accomplishments. Participate in our 5th annual Edible Book Festival. All ages are encouraged to create a culinary masterpiece based on the content or shape of a book—from puns to literal interpretations. Join the festivities starting at 5:30 pm on Friday, April 1 (April [...]
The Winners Are… Best in Show “The Towering Inferno” by Brian Adams 1st Runner-Up “The Silence of the Lambs” by Nessa Johnson 2nd Runner-up “This Plane” by Henry HerremanMost Likely to be Devoured “Peter Rabbit and Friends” by SSA Congratulations to the winners! We [...]