Joining us in the studio:
As library staff, Michelle Stottlemire spends most of her days traveling the county in a bookmobile or providing educational programs at area schools. In her off time she loves to learn about all kinds of topics: history, art, languages, crafting and (most deliciously) international cuisine.
In this episode, we discuss this great article from The New Yorker about the pleasures of reading cookbooks. Michelle shares how cookbooks aren’t just instructional manuals. This new generation of international cookbooks are really important because of the (mostly) native voices reclaiming and amplifying their traditions.
Some of Michelle’s tips for searching the library catalog for great stuff:
- In the main search box of the library catalog, type “New DVDS“
- In the main search box of the library catalog, type “New Cookbooks“
And in the fan-favorite portion of the podcast, the Fast Five, find out what Michelle means by the descriptive phrase “really, really history.”
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