Tuesday, October 23, 2018

More new cookbooks!

Here are to the two newest titles we've added to our cookbook collection.  Just click/tap on cover images to reserve your copy. 

It looks like there are some amazing sweet things in Food52's Genius Desserts....just in time for all your holiday season baking!



Monday, September 10, 2018

Saturday, August 4, 2018

What do kitchen shortcuts, multicookers, and Debbie Macomber have in common?

They are all new cookbooks in the  Ipswich Public library's collection!




To place a hold on any of these titles just click on the book cover.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Jamming dinner

Hello fellow cooks,

I hope you are all having a wonderful summer.  

Here are our two newest cookbooks. Jam Session is especially timely for preserving all of your summer fruits!

To place a hold on either or both of those books, just click on the book covers. 



Monday, June 18, 2018

Radio story about Joanne Chang

I'm posting on behalf of our newest member, Matthew Nixon.  Kudos, Matthew, for sending this along!

This Week on Milk Street Radio
How Joanne Chang Used Applied Mathematics to Build a Culinary Empire

The woman behind Flour Bakery and Myers + Chang shares how studying Applied Mathematics at Harvard led her to found two of Boston’s most beloved eateries.
Photos: Kristin Teig

You can listen to this story using the itunes app.  Enjoy!

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

New books for outdoor chefs

We have two brand new books for those who like to cook and eat outside.

And we also just got the newest edition of Where Chefs Eat. (It turns out that a handful of chefs eat at Prune in New York City. I REALLY want to eat there some day!).  If you've ever eaten at Prune before, feel free to make a comment here and tell us how it was.

To reserve your copy of any of the books in this post, just click on the book covers.




Friday, May 25, 2018

Potlucks, soul food, and fast cooking

Here are the library's newest cookbooks! To place a hold on any of these books, just click on the image of the book cover.


Bring it!
: Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining by Ali Rosen
will be perfect for Cookbook Club (when we can get enough copies).  I'm already claiming the Mango Puffs recipe. ;)


I recommend Cook Fast Eat Well: 5 Ingredients, 10 Minutes, 106 Recipes by Sue Quinn for teens and college students.


Soul: a Chef's Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes by Todd Richards features drink pairings. Most of the recipes have recommended wines, beer, or/and cocktails. Thirsty, anyone?

Wishing everyone a happy, safe, and delicious Memorial Day weekend!