Reviews and Blog Posts: recipes

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Mastering the art of French eating : lessons in food and love from a year in Paris

by Ann Mah

DPL Rating:
5

The author was excited when her husband got a prime diplomatic post--Paris. They could explore together, eat, travel, find new favorite places. Then he received word that he was to go to Baghdad for a year--a place spouses aren't allowed to follow. Suddenly, Mah was faced with a year in...

Relish : my life in the kitchen

by Lucy Knisley

DPL Rating:
4
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Do you know what a cheesemonger is? What can you eat in Japan if you are allergic to soy? Is it truly impossible to make the perfect croissant? is fast food evil? The author shares her life experiences that led her to discover the answers to these questions, plus a...

What's Your Favorite Summer Recipe?

What's your favorite summer recipe? Share them with us!

Monica Kadillak, one of our favorite caterers, is making her rounds this summer!

Relish : my life in the kitchen

by Lucy Knisley

DPL Rating:
5

I love graphic memoirs. I love food memoirs. So it's no surprise that I really enjoyed this book! Knisley recounts her childhood & adolescence through the lens of food--from New York City, where her uncle owned a gourmet shop and her mother worked at a cheese shop & farmer's markets--and...

Click It, Learn It, Eat It, Sew It!

Denver Dumb Friends League

Craft, eat, and learn with Fresh City Life My Branch this weekend!

Eggs--they're not just for breakfast anymore! Monica Kadillak will teach you all kinds of things you can do with The Incredible Egg at the Smiley Branch on Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. Recipes & samples included!

Relish : my life in the kitchen

I love graphic memoirs. I love food memoirs. So it's no surprise that I really enjoyed this book! Knisley recounts her childhood & adolescence through the lens of food--from New York City, where her uncle owned a gourmet shop and her mother worked at a cheese shop & farmer's markets--and...

Make Food, Not War

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. 

How to Shop for Groceries on a Dangerous Planet
Saturday, January 26, 1:30-3 p.m.
Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center

Celebrate Fall: Get Stewed

Bring your appetite for autumn's best stews; our chef highlights the comfort foods of the season.

Learn how to prepare satisfying stews and pair them with homemade breads. This Sunday, October 7, 1:30-3p in our B2 Conference Center at Central.

Eat me : the food and philosophy of Kenny Shopsin

by Kenny Shopsin

DPL Rating:
4

This book was recommended to me when I wrote about chef memoirs earlier this year, and I really enjoyed it. A combination of history--Shopsin's evolution from grocer to restaurant owner; food and customer service philosophy, and recipes, with pictures and art and a reproduction of the 300+ item menu...

Oklahoma has a state meal. For real.

Sure, Colorado has its state bird: the Lark Bunting; and its state insect: the Colorado Hairstreak; flower: Columbine. Colorado also claims a state flag, gemstone, fossil, tree, reptile and even a state song or two. But we haven't got a state meal. Only Oklahoma has a state-sanctioned, legislature-approved meal. And it sounds pretty good.

I know that knowing that Oklahoma has a state meal is teetering on the edge of Cliff Clavin'ism: "It's a little known fact that Oklahoma's state meal is..." But the truth is even stranger -- that there really is an Oklahoma state meal. And here's how I found out:

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