Recipes That Make Us Thankful
Looking for some other Hanukkah recipes this Winter? Why not check out "The Hadassah Jewish Holiday Cookbook: Traditional Recipes from Contemporary Kosher Kitchens" by Joan Schwartz Michel.
Do you love a good side dish? See if any of the recipes from "On the Side: a Sourcebook of Inspiring Side Dishes" by Ed Smith hit the spot this Thanksgiving?
There is nothing as comforting as a good green bean casserole; however, you may find something that feels and tastes like home from the recipes in "Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African-American Cooking" by Toni Tipton-Martin.
If you are looking for delicious vegan options to share with your family (or keep for yourself), give "The Korean Vegan Cookbook: Reflections and Recipes from Omma's Kitchen" by Joanne Lee Molinaro a try.
Pumpkin pie is a staple, but if you are looking to get a little wild in the kitchen, check out "Wild Sweetness: Recipes Inspired by Nature" by Thalia Ho.
Be honest: do you like bread stuffing or cornbread stuffing? If you want some southern cooking recipes to try out (especially if you are new to Texas), you may find your next favorite in "At the Southern Table with Paula Deen: 150 Classic Recipes to Share with Family and Friends" by Paula Deen.
CREATE Check out these awesome napkin folds for your dinner table to enjoy your new favorite recipes in style!
CONNECTCheck out our Traveling Tea program this December! Traveling Tea is 1 free, monthly tea subscription with a themed book, tea, candy, and cookie. Signups for the next quarter start December 4. To sign up, visit bit.ly/TPLTeaClub.
Join us for a Homemade Holiday on November 11 from 2PM - 4PM. This free crafting event for adults includes activities such as winter wreaths, snow globes, and more. There are only 20 spots available, so stop by the second floor adult services desk or call 254-298-5703 to reserve your spot.