What’s for Supper?
Wednesday May 13, 2020
Good food is something that never goes out of style and as many of us have more time lately to work on our cooking skills, our cookbook collections have been used more often lately!
A quick look at the library’s collection of cookbooks shows we have everything from breads to holiday to vegetarian cookbooks, as well as a selection of truly wonderful reference books like the “Joy of Cooking” and the “Canadian Living Cookbook,” where you can learn how to cook and prepare anything. Especially handy this year will be the myriad of books that outline safe canning practices and preservation of your garden produce, such as “The Complete Book of Small Batch Preserving.”
Some other interesting food preparation books on the Neepawa Library shelves include: “The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook for your Instant Pot;” “The Sopranos Family Cookbook;” “Bake With Anna Olson;” and the always interesting “Loonyspoons Collection.”
Preparing and eating food together has always been an enjoyable activity for families, whether it’s for a large celebration or to teach children how to create interesting meals and lunches for themselves. We also have some fun cook books for the younger set on our children’s shelves. Take a look at: “Eat Your Greens, Reds, Yellows and Purples;” “The Young Chef,” and “Pinkalicious Cupcake Cookbook.”
Just thinking about all of these cook books makes a person hungry!