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Cooking Up A Little History

Can you stomach these recipes from times past? Only one way to find out. Grab a book and get to cooking!

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Plan Your Meals with AllRecipes.com

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Learn how to organize your recipes online, create grocery lists, discover new recipes, and more. Use AllRecipes.com to get ready for holiday feasts and year-round meal planning.

Saturday, November 9, 9am-11am, LRNC 105

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Get It While It's Hot

The Grilling BookJust in time before the summer ends, stop by the library and check out The Grilling Book: the Definitive Guide from Bon Appetit.  All your questions answered and your tummy full.

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Chefs In The Kitchen

Food is considered an art form by many, but no great chef is born a culinary genius. Great chefs are made through hard work, refined skill, and perseverance. Find out how these chefs learned their trade and see what it takes to survive in the competitive world of culinary art:

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Homemade Goodies

I used to buy popcorn in microwave bags. One day, I became nostalgic and bought kernels for stove popping instead. That's how I learned I like homemade popcorn better. It tasted better. I could add my own ingredients. And it was cheaper.

I started wondering what other foods are easy to make and less costly than their ready-made counterparts. I quickly learned that peanut butter can be made in only ten minutes with only three ingredients. And, again, it was tastier and cheaper than its store-bought equivalent. I wanted to find even more items I could make, so I searched for a few books at the library and came up with three good guides.

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