Food

Irish Soda Bread Scones

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St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching. Don’t forget to whip up these Irish Soda Bread Scones! They are perfect any time of day and especially tasty when toasted and smothered in butter and jam. I like mine best with a… Continue Reading…

Food, How to Guides, Programs

Healthy Cooking With Your Instant Pot

plate and fresh vegetables on wooden table

Looking for a quick meal, but don’t want to use a microwave? Why not try an Instant Pot? An Instant Pot is a brand of multifunctional cookers that can cook anything from roasts to chicken to desserts, and in much… Continue Reading…

Food, Programs

The Twisted Soft Pretzel Class with Chef Rob

overhead shot of a soft pretzel on a wooden chopping board

Don’t you love the taste of warm, soft pretzels, right out of the oven? Get your measuring cups and spatulas ready! Simply Creative Chef Rob Scott will be live on Zoom , January 29 at 12:00 pm showing you exactly… Continue Reading…

Crafts, Programs

Create & Craft with LML @ The Rainbow Senior Center

yellow buttercup flowers on grey surface

If you’re like me and you enjoy crafting useful items out of recycled materials or creating something decorative and unique, then you should meet us at The Rainbow Senior Center. Every Wednesday from July 7 – August 25, Lindenhurst Library… Continue Reading…

Crafts, Food, Sustainability

Feeding Backyard Birds

red cardinal bird on tree branch

Winter bird feeding can be a very enjoyable activity. Severe winters are tough on birds when it comes to finding food, water and shelter, and they need your help. Having a backyard bird feeder will attract birds when their natural… Continue Reading…

Film, Food

Alice Waters and her Delicious Revolution

Alice Waters had a dream. Opening a restaurant that feeds her friends fresh, wholesome foods while enjoying each other’s company; like the beloved cafes she would frequent when visiting France. Her passion for organic ingredients started at her restaurant, where… Continue Reading…

Film, Food

Suncookers – Teaching Refugees Solar Cooking (Kanopy Film Review)

Shot in Kenya in 2006, this short documentary film follows Margaret Owino, of Solar Cookers International in Nairobi, as she teaches refugees how to use solar cooking. Deforestation in Kenya has made the firewood and charcoal that the refugees use… Continue Reading…

Food, How to Guides

Cozy Winter Baking

The holiday season may be over, but it’s never too late to make cookies! Cookies are a great treat year round, but warm cookies in the winter can’t be beat. Gingerbread, shortbread, thumb prints, Linzer tarts, rugelach… my list of… Continue Reading…

Crafts, Programs

DIY Burlap Napkin Rings

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and let’s face it, this year will be a lot different than in years past. To prevent the spread of COVID – 19, the current CDC guidelines suggests celebrating the holiday with immediate family… Continue Reading…

Crafts, Programs

Spooky Halloween Garland Craft

Looking for a fun, family friendly, craft to do for Halloween? Why not try Pinterest? There are so many creative ideas to pin and share. Pinterest is a website that lets users make theme based virtual photo albums called boards.… Continue Reading…

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