CHECK IT OUT AUG. 28 – Cooking and canning at the library

Grand Forks library report for August 28 featuring canning and cooking.

It’s that time of year again:gardens overflowing with vegetables,fruit trees bowled overwith fruit, the farmers marketstalls piled high with produce.And you might be askingyourself two questions: How’smy cooking? How’s my canning?CookingWe all fall into cookingruts, making the same mealsweek after week, but it neverhurts to have a little bit of extrainspiration.This works out well, becausethe Library has the wonderfullyinspiring and passionateCarolyn Herriot coming onSaturday, Sept. 7 at 3 p.m. toshare from her newest book,The Zero-Mile Cookbook.Carolyn is the author of thebestselling A Year on the GardenPath, and The Zero-Mile Diet.She has regular columns inBC Living and Common Groundmagazines, and runs a successfulorganic seed business inVictoria. Don’t miss it.CanningCome to our second annualCanning Exchange onThursday, Sept. 5 at 6:30 p.m.for an evening discussionon all things canning. We’llshare recipes, tips, tricks andtechniques. If you want, youcan bring a jar to exchange.Bring us your pickles, yourjams, your jellies, chutneys andsauces.Labour DayThe library will be closed onSaturday, Aug. 31.What You’ve Been ReadingHere are the most popularmagazines and young adultbooks of 2013:Most popular magazines1.Maclean’s2.People3.Canadian House & Home4.Canada’s Style at Home5.Rolling StoneMost popular Young Adult1.The Edge of Nowhere(Elizabeth George)2.Maximum Ride (JamesPatterson)3.The Rising (Kelley Armstrong)4.Clockwork Princess (CassandraClare)5.City of Ashes (CassandraClare)6.Tiger’s Curse (ColleenHouck)7.The Perfect Fit (LouiseKean)

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