Spices literally add color to our meals, but choosing the right ones can be tricky. How many spices should you use? How should you pair them? What's a good substitute? Take a look at this book list and explore titles such as The Flavor Bible, The Magic of Spice Blends and Dangerous Tastes.
Grilling with spices
Got one more dinner to figure out? Get help and inspiration from Diane Morgan, a food guru and
award-winning author of 18 cookbooks. Join us for this online event.Registration is required.
The first 10 registrants will receive the spices for one of the featured recipes in the program.
This book was recommended by a friend. I don’t read much historical non-fiction. I usually like to read anything about human psychology, and this book ties in with that. The author does a good job at explaining complex concepts in simpler terms.
What do you think of it so far?
I am enjoying learning about the evolution of humans and society. It has made me realize how actions made by humans thousands of years ago have affected the way we live today. It makes me wonder how the successes and mistakes people are making now might shape our future.
If you could have any author over for dinner, who would it be?
We repurposed our Gallery Room as a workroom to prepare our craft kits and Summer Reading packets. Previously this room was used to host programs and was available to the public to rent. During the pandemic, the youth and adult services librarians – with the help of wonderful volunteers – assembled numerous crafts for kids, teens and adults.
As part of Summer Reading, we are bringing different crafts to free lunch sites. Look for a new craft each week.
Gallery Room at Cornelius Public Library
A repurposed workroom for craft kits and Summer Reading
Spring banner craft
Flower lei craft
Fun and prizes for all ages
Patrons in the Cornelius community can register for the Summer Reading challenge online through Beanstack. If you prefer to log your reading on paper, you can print a version from the Cornelius Public Library Summer Reading Challenge webpage.
Submit your completed log between July 19 and August 31 to participate in the final raffle on September 1.
Prizes are available for kids, teens and adults!
Follow WCCLS on social media for a chance to win free goodies. Weekly prizes include a WCCLS tote bag and other swag. Every week you enter is another chance to win a Powell's gift card or Kindle at the end of summer. Watch for the giveaway post each week on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Enter by commenting with your answer and #WCCLSSocialSummer. Read more about rules and eligibility.
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