Senior center offers events, lunch and dinner
The following events will take place next week through the Wood County Committee on Aging/Wood County Senior Center.
Snickerdoodles among friends: Amos adapts Copus’ cookies
GRAND RAPIDS – Melinda Amos pays homage to a dear friend every time she makes these snickerdoodle cookies.
The important ‘why’ behind libraries
Several years ago, author Simon Sinek wrote about why businesses do what they do. At the time, his work helped me to better understand why libraries do what they do. The “why” is inspirational.
It’s a lifestyle, not a diet: Chef talks about vegan impact on her life
PERRYSBURG — They were beaten out by corn on the cob.
Pretels passed down in Price family
PERRYSBURG — Brook Price likes the good luck she gets from serving “pretels,” an heirloom holiday recipe that has been passed down from her grandpa.
If you’re from Pemberville, you know about snipple beans
LEMOYNE – Purchasing her own snippler made making Snipple Bean Soup a year-round option for Linda Dunmyer.
Patience, pickle people
Pick a peck of pickles, prepare, then be patient.
Back-to-school made better with resources from your library
As summer creeps into fall, you may be planning for many things: grabbing those back-to-school supplies, drafting up lesson plans, or looking at your class schedule for the coming semester. No matter what age you or your loved ones may be, back-to-school season is quickly approaching and we here at the library are preparing for it. As you get ready to go back to school or prepare the children in your life to do so, remember the many free library resources you have with your library card.
Unraveling the mysteries of Jianbing
Andrew and Maddi Menich discovered Jianbing during a trip to China and fell in love with the crunchy and soft burrito-like breakfast meal that could be eaten without utensils.
Macarons are a ‘fiddly’ cookie
Strawberry Lemonade Macarons is not for a novice baker.