'Tis the season for pie, cookies, turkey, green bean casserole, and feeding friends and relatives.
Whether you are looking for the best recipe to satisfy your newly vegan nephew, or an improvement on your famous mashed potatoes, the library has you covered.
- Want a cookbook you can touch, and prop open, and not worry that the screen is going to go to sleep while your hands are covered in butter? Check out what’s on our shelves right now in the 641 section of nonfiction. Just remember to keep the book out of the way of drips and flying bits on a separate counter, with a cookbook stand, or drape a piece of plastic wrap over it to keep it safe and dry.
- Down with digital? Try out our e-cookbook selection.
- Interested in the latest hot recipes? Check out our magazines. We carry Cook’s Illustrated and Bon Appétit on our shelves by the Secondhand Prose Bookstore, as well as many other magazines like Better Homes and Gardens that feature seasonal recipes. We also have many more cooking magazines online.
Looking for more inspiration? Our seasonal recipe kiosk is now up by the library entrance, and we have lots of lists featuring recipes that you can browse in our catalog. You can also share your own list if you have cookbooks you love.