For as long as I can remember, I have enjoyed baking a variety of different sweets and candies. Above all I enjoy baking and eating cookies. Nothing, in my opinion, beats a warm cookie. They can be one of the easiest and quickest deserts to make while being delectably irresistible.
I recently discovered and fell in love with a book that makes do-it-yourself Chinese food fun and, more important, easy. In the past I have always avoided making my own Chinese food because the required ingredients and cooking techniques were so foreign to me and so many of the essential ingredients are rarely on hand.
Have you ever been sitting at a Chinese restaurant and wondered what the Chinese characters on the placemat say? Or, say you are on a luxurious trip to Paris and your waiter only speaks to you in French. Maybe you receive a letter in the mail from your long lost foreign exchange student, written in German. What would you do? Google Translate, can solve all your translation problems. And no worries, this FREE app is compatible for both Android and Apple devices.
I first discovered Ree Drummond while watching the Food Network one Saturday morning when her television series, Pioneer Woman, came on the air. From then on my husband and I were hooked. Once I realized that she had published two cookbooks, the second of which was a #1 New York Times best seller, I immediately borrowed them from the library and bought both of them soon after to add to my own cookbook collection.
If you haven’t recently had a chance to visit our downloadable eBook and audiobook website, eLibrarynj.com, you might not be aware of the many improvements implemented last week. ELibraryNJ has been completely redesigned to be more user-friendly in order to make the downloading process more accessible to all patrons, not just the tech savvy ones. Narrowing down your search results is now a much easier feat enabling you to find the perfect book.
Like many families, my husband and I enjoy eating out at restaurants, which seems like a luxury when it is easy to spend at least $50 on a meal. I’d like to share several ways we stretch our weekly dining budget. With a little planning and effort, using these fabulous resources, you can stretch your money twice as far.
Did you know that Princeton Public Library has a database with thousands of songs that can be downloaded for free? Well, the rumors are true.The database is called Freegal Music and it allows any PPL card holder to download up to three songs a week for free.