Tag Archives: cookbooks

Grilling Season

Charcoal, gas, open pit: the 4th of July is almost upon us, and my mind has turned to grilling. Perhaps yours has too. Whether you’re a novice with your first grill or an expert looking to try a new ingredient … Continue reading

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Spring into Pacific Northwest Food

Never have I ever been so excited for spring! Each sliver of sun has me beaming as blooms burst forth from their winter burrows. And with spring sprung, all I can think about is our delicious PNW food. Now, let’s … Continue reading

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Food Trends for 2017

According to this article from Forbes,  there are five important food trends to be on the lookout for next year. But don’t fear – The Seattle Public Library is on top of it. Stay a step ahead of everyone with these cookbooks!

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Book Bingo: Cookbooks and food memoirs

Join The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Arts & Lectures for our second annual Summer Book Bingo for adults! Follow us throughout the summer for reading suggestions based on each category. Today, suggestions for your “Read a Cookbook or a Food Memoir” square: A cookbook might seem like … Continue reading

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African cookbooks

Have you ever eaten a Rolex? I’m not talking about the watch – the Rolex is a popular meal in Uganda made up of a chapati (flatbread) and stuffed with vegetables and a fried egg. According to this article from … Continue reading

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Get Your Brunch On!

~ Kara F. I’m a huge fan of brunch because it combines some of my favorite things; sleeping in, booze before noon, and breakfast food! Plus everyone loves brunch too, so it’s a wonderful opportunity to booze with friends in a … Continue reading

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Slow cooking for cold weather

-posted by Anne C. This winter, I visited my aunt at her home in rural England. I love her old house, with its thick stone walls, but my favorite feature is the oil-fired aga in the heart of the kitchen. … Continue reading

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