Recording Date: November 7, 2017
Hosts: Lauren Martino and David Payne
Episode Summary: Cooking enthusiasts Dana Alsup, a librarian at Marilyn Praisner Library, and Nalani Devendra, a library associate at Silver Spring Library, discuss the joys and challenges of cooking and how MCPL can make your next meal a delicious one.
Guests: Librarian Dana Alsup and Library Associate Nalani Devendra
Featured MCPL Service: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) resources and events. Our Go! Kits contain books, science tools, a tablet, and more selected to encourage parents/caregivers and children to actively explore the world around them. We have Little Explorer Go! Kits for children ages 3-6 and Young Voyager Go! Kits for children ages 7-12.
What Our Guests Are Currently Reading:
Dana Alsup: Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz. Horowitz has also written for the television series Foyles War and Midsomer Murders. Dana also recently read Almost Sisters by Joshilyn Jackson.
Nalani Devendra: Future Crimes by Marc Goodman
Books, Magazines, Cooking Shows, and Other Items of Interest Mentioned During this Episode:
641.5: The call number for cookbooks at MCPL.
The Can't Cook Book: 100+ Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified by Jessica Seinfeld.
First Bite by Bee Wilson: A look at how individual's food habits are formed.
The Forest Feast blog: Erin Gleeson's blog features mostly vegetarian recipes and entertaining ideas.
The Food Network: Cable and satellite television channel focused on food.
How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman
Other Items of Interest:
Flipster: An online collection of full color magazines that includes the magazines Food & Wine and Cooking Light.
RBdigital Magazines: This online collection of full color magazines includes several cooking magazines such as Bon Appetit, Eating Well, Food Network Magazine, and more.