Falmouth Memorial Library enhances the quality of life in our community by fostering a love of lifelong learning, connecting people of all ages in a safe and comfortable environment, and providing free and open access to information.
When the dark evenings of winter move in and it’s cold outside, we get two cravings: to curl up with a good book and to cook something yummy. And apparently we’re not alone. There’s a trend of cooking novels out – about cooks or including recipes to go along with the story. You can unravel a culinary suspense with Diane Mott Davidson’s favorite caterer. Try something a little more savory in Joanne Harris’ “Chocolate” or “Five Quarters of the Orange.” Or, if you’re on a New Year’s diet, go lighter with Mary Kay Andrews’ “Deep Dish.” For the true foodie-readers out there, enjoy one of Joanne Fluke’s mystery novels, and then test out one of the recipes that are included in each book. If you do, be sure to bring a sample by the library!–Joyce Doyle
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