The Blog of Toledo Lucas County Public Library
Posted about 7 days ago by Clare TPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home, eBooks and Audiobooks and Nonfiction | Tagged with appetizers, charcuterie, cheeses, cookbooks, cooking, cooking with kids, entertaining, holidays, meats, party planning, recipes and vegan
Charcuterie is all about putting a creative spin on what goes on a serving board. This blog post includes tips, tricks and resources to help you with your entertaining needs this holiday season and beyond.Continue Reading: Looking for an Outstanding, Holiday Appetizer? Create a Charcuterie Board!
Posted 3 months ago by Amy HPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, Education, History and Politics, Nonfiction and Research and Resources | Tagged with civilization - history, cooking, Databases, Earth Sciences, ecosystem, education, geology, history, life sciences, microhistories, plants, science, social history and weather
For those overwhelmed by the massive span of scientific and cultural history, there are Microhistories.Continue Reading: A Whole Lot of Fascination in A Little Bit of History
Posted 4 months ago by April SPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home, eBooks and Audiobooks and Nonfiction | Tagged with cooking, gardening, Healthy, herbal medicine, herbs, Herbs - Therapeutic use, medicinal plants, recipes and spices
Learn a variety of ways to use herbs in your everyday life.Continue Reading: More Herbs, Less Salt Day
Posted 4 months ago by Rachel SPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home and eBooks and Audiobooks | Tagged with baking, bread, cookbooks, cooking, cooking methods, pastry and recipes
If you enjoy watching food shows and looking at pictures of food made by someone other than yourself, this blog post is for you! If you have confidence in your ability to make cream puffs, let’s talk!Continue Reading: A Blog About Baking in Winter…in Summer
Posted about 1 year ago by Amy HPosted in Arts, Crafts and Hobbies, Cooking, Garden and Home, eBooks and Audiobooks, New: Books and Movies and Teen and Pre-Teens | Tagged with cookbooks, cookies, cooking, cosplay, costume design, costumes, crafting, crafts, desserts, Halloween, halloween decorations, handicraft, pop culture and sewing
We have many titles with oodles of great ideas for a spookily festive holiday.Continue Reading: Just in Time for Halloween: Costumes, Cosplay, Crafts, and Cookies!
Posted about 1 year ago by Amy HPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home, History and Politics, New: Books and Movies and Nonfiction | Tagged with air, atmosphere, baseball, baseball history, baseball players, baseball records, baseball statistics, cookbooks, cooking, curious - history, desserts, fishing, nonfiction, shark fishing, sports and true adventure stories
There are so many wonderful nonfiction titles just waiting for a cozy reading nook and a curious reader.Continue Reading: Great New Nonfiction - Fall 2017
Posted over 2 years ago by April SPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home and eBooks and Audiobooks | Tagged with baking, cookbooks, cooking, diet, gluten-free, health, nutrition and recipes
Gluten-free is all the buzz lately. Is it just trendy or is there something behind the diet craze?Continue Reading: Gluten-Free - What's All The Fuss About?
Posted over 2 years ago by Sarah HPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home, eBooks and Audiobooks and Nonfiction | Tagged with apples, Apples -- Varieties, baking, cider, cookbooks, cooking, ecology, fall, fruit, fruit trees, harvesting, Ohio, orchards, pies and recipes
The best part of fall is being able to enjoy fresh apples from local orchards and fall baking of course.Continue Reading: An Apple A Day
Posted over 3 years ago by April SPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home, eBooks and Audiobooks and Nonfiction | Tagged with Barbecuing, BBQ, cookbooks, cooking, cookout, entertaining, grilling, outdoor cooking, picnic, summer, vegan cooking, vegetables, vegetarian recipes and veggies
Summertime and cookouts go hand in hand. Whether your planning your next family get together or simply want to try out a few new grilling techniques, your local library can help.Continue Reading: 'Tis the Season for Summertime Cooking
Posted over 3 years ago by Sarah HPosted in Cooking, Garden and Home and eBooks and Audiobooks | Tagged with cooking, food, homemade, junk food, recipes and snacks
Whether you love Oreos, can’t stop eating Cheez-Its, or adore Fig Newtons, now you can enjoy homemade versions of your favorite store-bought treats.Continue Reading: Make Your Snack and Eat It Too