Eating well can be as fun and diverse (and delicious) as ever with cookbooks and recipes created to promote health and wellness.
The great divide for many of us is the chasm between good tasting, satisfying foods and healthy, nutrient-dense fare. But the library shelves are groaning with great cookbooks that will help you bridge the perceived gap between delicious and nutritious. Here are a couple suggestions:
Compassionate musician Sandra Wong brings a sense of history and humanity to Holocaust Remembrance Day -- this Sunday, January 27
“So I was hiding out in the heap of dead bodies because in the last week when the crematoria didn’t function at all, the bodies were just building up higher and higher. So there I was at nighttime, in the daytime I was roaming around in the camp, and this is where I actually survived, January 27, I was one of the very first, Birkenau was one of the very first camps being liberated. This was my, my survival chance." -- Bart Stern (Holocaust survivor)
New for 2013: A special yearlong series of events, workshops and cooking demos centered on food culture, food politics, wellness and how to find the best, healthiest food to eat.
Eat healthy, learn about nutrient-dense foods and be knowledgeable about your food supply with our new series: This Is Not Food, It's War. One of our favorite chefs will put you on the path toward healthier eating in this premiere cooking demo.
Are you settling in to 2013? Ready to get the most out of the new year? Let Fresh City Life My Branch help!
If you've resolved to cook more interesting meals, you've come to the right place! On Saturday, January 12 at 2 p.m. at the Smiley Branch, join Monica Kadillak for Great Finds at International Markets. Denver has many specialty markets to help you explore international cuisine! You'll learn where to go, what to look for, and of course, what to do with those new ingredients when you get home! Recipes and samples included.
Are you ready to start 2013 with some new skills or some new thoughts? Break out of your routine and into the new year with a Fresh City Life My Branch class!
Here are the offerings for Saturday, January 5:
UpCycle: Men's Shirts--get creative and create something new out of something old! Bring your own shirts, or use ones that we provide. So many possibilities that there will be a second session on January 19! 10 a.m. at Schlessman Family. Please register: 720-865-0000 or email@example.com.
Have you seen the diverse January & February offerings through Fresh City Life My Branch yet? Start planning your January fun now!
Get some creative ideas for old clothing in Upcycle: Men's Shirts at Schlessman! Bring your own, or we'll have some to choose from. 2 sessions, come to one or both (yes, there will be different projects at each session!). 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 5 and Saturday, January 19. Please register: 720-865-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you're thinking about your career, the holidays, how to use Craigslist, or want to learn about Hinduism, Fresh City Life My Branch has an eclectic schedule of classes for you this week!
Thinking about the next step in your career, or maybe starting over? Join folks from Westwood College for Career Management on Tuesday, December 4 at 5 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch. Topics covered will include networking, job searching, resumes, and interview techniques.