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Get Cooking - At the Library!
Posted 8 months ago by Heather HPosted in Cooking, Home, & Garden and Programs | Tagged with cookbooks, cooking class, cooking programs, kids cooking and recipes
In this edition of our ongoing “At the Library” blog series, we’re excited to share a number of cooking-related programs we have planned this winter / early spring. From a cooking club that meets at our Waterville Branch to programs for kids, we’re bringing food to the forefront of our Library.
Spice up your world with campfire cooking. Discover different recipes, tools and techniques for delicious trail cooking. You will actually get to sample some food at this program!
Apr. 4 | 4 p.m. | Holland Branch
Cooking for 1 or 2:
A cooking demonstration offering heart-healthy options as well as shopping tips and tricks for prepping smaller portions.
A Pinch of This…A Dash of That Cooking Club:
Pick a dish, make it, and bring it with you to the meeting! It’s that easy! Enjoy a variety of dishes, as we discuss how we made them. Cookbooks will be available one month prior to each meeting.
Season Slow-Cooker Meals:
Get the slow-cooker out to make easy and tasty meals. Join OSU Extension Educator for food safety and cooking tips. You'll make the most of your slow-cooker meals.
Join us monthly to express your unique taste as you infuse customized after school snacks with your personal zest.
Want to know what's cooking? Visit Oregon Branch to find out. We’ll explore cooking basics, as well as practical tips for purchasing and preparing great food.
Dive into an after school snack that will get your taste buds tingling. Hannah Halfhill from Toledo GROWs will show you some simple, quick snacks for you to make at home. Taste-testers needed!
Healthy snacks can also taste good! Join us as we make apple rings.
Feb. 21 | 4 p.m. | Lagrange Branch