August Bibliobites focuses on “Eat Your Vegetables”
What better time of year to explore new vegetables and ways to cook them than August when the markets have an abundant supply of fresh and local vegetables?
As part of a main meal or as a snack, vegetables can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Each vegetable has it’s own nutritional content – Vitamin B6, provitamins, dietary minerals and carbohydrates. They also contain a variety of other phytochemicals, some of which are antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and anticarcinogenic properties. How can you go wrong.
Check out the display of our vegetable cook books near the readers advisory desk.
Find one that appeals to you.
Try something new and
Join us to talk about the book, the recipes you tried or just come to enjoy the conversation on:
Friday, August 29 at 11 AM
Note: The Thursday evening group will not meet during the summer months