Cooler fall weather is the perfect excuse to try out some delicious new recipes — stop by MEI Secondary Library and check out one of the cookbooks on display!
Eating salad has never been so zesty with Terry Hope Romero‘s Salad Samurai. Learn how to make your salads snazzy and vibrant with her cookbook that has options for those who are vegan, gluten-free or just want to discover the joys of eating healthy!
“Dig in to:
Spring Herb Salad with Maple Orange Tempeh
Deviled Kale Caesar Salad
Seared Garlic Chickpeas, Spinach, and Farro
Seitan Steak Salad with Green Peppercorn Dressing
Herbed Pea Ricotta, Tomatoes, and Basil
Mushroom, Barley, and Brussels Harvest Bowl
Tempeh Rubenesque Salad
Pomegranate Quinoa Holiday Tabouli
Seitan Bacon Wedge Salad
and many more!”
Find this book in our new cookbook display at the library!
A stack of new cookbooks are hitting the shelves at MEI Secondary Library — come check one out, tie on an apron, and find your new favorite recipe!
“When Deena Livingston moves into her grandfather’s cabin in the mountains of North Carolina, she plans to keep to herself, start a cake-decorating business, and recover from the heartbreak she left behind in Atlanta. But a special request from Grandpa Ernest compels her to interact with the Bryson City locals, who have some surprising stoires to share with the new girl in town.
Can a Dr. Seuss-quoting plumber who shows up at the most unexpected times, a handsome social worker who seems to know exactly what Deena is thinking and a classroom full of mischievous middle-school students teach Deena to once again embrace the sweet things in life?” [back cover]
WHAT THE GREAT ATE : a curious history of food & fame by Matthew Jacob & Mark Jacob
did you know?
- Elvis Presley flew more than 800 miles to eat a sandwich?
- Angelina Jolie enjoyed eating Cambodian cockroaches?
- Baseball star Wade Boggs credited his on-field success to eating chicken before nearly every game.
“In What the Great Ate, Matthew and Mark Jacob have cooked up a bountiful sampling of the peculiar culinary likes, dislikes, habits, and attitudes of famous — and often notorious — figures throughout history. ” [back cover]