Bibliotaste: Fictional Feasts

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I was reading The Paris Review, chopstick-extended fingers trying to navigate a flailing noodle into my mouth while bypassing the space over my keyboard when I came across an article entitled Hemingway’s Hamburger. The author, Cheryl Lu-Tien Tan, describes kneading a mixture of meat, capers, and spices into a patty described by a recipe for […]


Sandwich Surprise

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This is your opportunity to go beyond peanut butter and jelly. Create an afterschool snack. Do you enjoy meat, cheese and mayo or something more creative like bean sprouts, spinach and hummus? All ingredients are provided. Just bring your appetite. Monday, November 26, 4:00-5:00 PM, The Edge Share On Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest

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Mindful Shopping, Healthier Eating

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Did you know that the average person makes 2.2 trips to the grocery store each week? Did you realize that there are nearly 39,000 products in a typical supermarket? No wonder it’s easy to get lost in the aisles! Learn “Mindful Grocery Shopping, Healthy Eating” with holistic health coach Tracie Inman at the library on Thursday, October 11 from 7-8 p.m. or on Friday, October 19 from 11 a.m. until noon.

Try This

You might Try This

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Thinking of going out to eat? Perhaps Bubble and Squeak would satisfy your hunger or maybe trying something at a yakitori restaurant would be perfect. In Try This: Traveling the Globe without Leaving the Table, Danyelle Freeman introduces a multitude of cuisines from around the world.