Public libraries have expanded well beyond books to serve residents of all ages. Today we look at the culinary and other food classes and advice available at some of the libraries around Huntington. Check with the libraries for availability and any residence requirements.
This YouTube clip tells you how to make a churro chocloate chip banana bread. You can register Monday for and pick up your kit containing the recipe and dry ingredients to make Chef Rob’s bread.
Also at South Huntington is Amazing Asparagus, Wednesday at 1 p.m. Kathryn Petritis, integrative nutrition health coach and chef, will discuss the classic spring veggie and demonstrate how to make an asparagus salad and a soup.
Half Hollow Hills Community Library
Pick up for the Spice Grab & Go Kit will begin Tuesday at the Melville branch. Registration is closed for the adult program.
Harborfields Public Library
Kids in the Kitchen: Chocolate Dump Cake. Kids in third to fifth grades can learn how to make this cake. Put it together during the program and take it home to bake. Registration is closed.
Huntington Public Library
Huntington has Fun With Fondant, for sixth graders and up, on transforming cupcakes into masterpieces. April 18 at 6 p.m. To register: https://myhpl.libnet.info/event/7826300
It also has an opportunity for kids to learn how to make fun and easy dishes from around the world. Join Project Excel’s monthly cooking club and enjoy seasonal, global, and holiday-themed culinary delights. Sixth grade and up. April 24, 6-7 p.m.
One Reply to “Beyond the Books: What’s Happening at the Libraries”
Very informative article. Among my sweetest memories as a mother was the time we spent in the library / we were so fortunate to live across the street from Harborfields Library.