November is National Vegan Month! Maybe you’re curious about going full vegan or trying to incorporate more meat-and dairy-free staples into your meal planning. The following titles can help you plan inexpensive and nutritious dishes all year round!
Celebrate National Native American Heritage Month with these recent nonfiction releases that explore Indigenous heritage, including cooking, wellness, and environmental stewardship.
Sample the delicious flavors and histories of Black cuisine. From dishes that show the roots of African American cooking to modern sweet treats, you’re sure to find something to tempt your palate.
‘Tis the season for pumpkin everything! This hardworking gourd is responsible for so many things people love about fall. For Creative Course Club this month we are sharing two … Continued
For great ideas on how to get started in cooking, check out these awesome books for kids and teens from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh!
Here is a list of titles in which some great Black cooks share recipes from Africa, the Caribbean, the South and Harlem.
Hopefully we’ll soon be able to once more host dinners, catch up on lost time and hug loved ones again. When you do, you can impress your guests with this clever ice … Continued
Kids and their families can learn more about how a variety of cultures celebrate the New Year by taking a look at these titles.
‘Tis the season for lots of baking and then taste-testing your cookies and treats! Whether you are baking for yourself or your family, friends and neighbors, baked goods are a wonderful way to show you care. Check out these books for recipes and tasty techniques.
This time of year, there is nothing better than delicious warming soups, loaded with a variety of colorful vegetables and served with a slice of hearty bread. Hungry yet? Check out these cookbooks for inspiration!