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Libraries Invite Patrons to Share Family Recipes

Project Part of North Idaho Reads Programs for ‘Essential Ingredients’

When your family gathers for a special meal is there a unique dish or dessert you can expect to be served at least once a year? Perhaps it’s a recipe passed down through the generations or something the cooks in your family discovered and improved.
The libraries of North Idaho would like you to share your family flavorites.
Recipes are being collected as part of the North Idaho Reads project and its featured book for 2013, “The School of Essential Ingredients,” by Erica Bauermeister.
To share your favorite recipe pick up an entry form at a participating library or download the form at the website: The recipes will be posted at the website along with your first name, home library, and hometown.
North Idaho Reads is a joint project of libraries in the North Idaho region. The NIR committee selects a book each year that the regional community is encouraged to read and programs are developed around the themes in the book to create a dialogue. When possible, the author is invited to visit the area to talk about their book.
Participating libraries include Coeur d’Alene, Plummer, and Wallace public libraries; those in the Community Library Network; and in the Boundary, East Bonner County, and West Bonner library districts.
Book discussions and food-related programs will be offered at libraries and other venues in the coming weeks. Bauermeister, who lives in Seattle, is scheduled to speak at North Idaho libraries in October.