When I first picked up this book it was for the sole purpose of discovering the secrets of Thomas Keller’s beautiful macarons, and they were indeed beautiful, but really pretty difficult to make. Be wary (I’m sure for more professional chefs this is no problem) but the recipes call for...
I'm going to a Fresh City Life, My Branch program this weekend!
Get some quiet sewing time in away from other demands! We’ll have our sewing machines set up with basic thread colors - just bring your own sewing knowledge and whatever you’re working on! Saturday, October 19 at 9 a.m. at the Schlessman Family Branch.
Are you ready to start 2013 with some new skills or some new thoughts? Break out of your routine and into the new year with a Fresh City Life My Branch class!
Here are the offerings for Saturday, January 5:
UpCycle: Men's Shirts--get creative and create something new out of something old! Bring your own shirts, or use ones that we provide. So many possibilities that there will be a second session on January 19! 10 a.m. at Schlessman Family. Please register: 720-865-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
While Halloween is behind us, there are many more holidays coming up to celebrate connections, honor our ancestors, and thank our military. Use Fresh City Life My Branch adult cultural programming as a jumping off point for (or a break from) your fall & winter celebrations!
You'll have several opportunities to celebrate Dia de los Muertos in the next few days:
On the hunt for great adult cultural programs? Look no further than Fresh City Life My Branch this week!
Meet the Ghost Hunters on Wednesday, October 10 at 6 p.m. at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch! Denver's leading ghost hunters, Spirit Paranormal Investigations, will provide a fun and informative presentation about ghosts and the art of ghost hunting. SpiritPI will share spooky stories about what it's like to investigate the paranormal and demonstrate the tools they use to detect ghosts.
Let's Bring Back: one of the superstars of the 1980s kitchen -- Monkey Bread.
When I was in high school, my mom discovered a great recipe for turning refrigerator rolls into the most amazing pull-apart dessert bread. Called Monkey Bread, it was a favored recipe of the 1980s, partly because Nancy Reagan made it a staple at casual White House functions. But the origins of the name Monkey Bread are as murky as the origins of the recipe itself.
Polish up your cake decorating skills on Tuesday, April 26th at 6pm at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library with Michelle Bush from Gateaux Specialty Cakes and Pastries as she instructs you in how to create molded fondant animals, tiffany and square bows for present cakes, and cut-out and molded flowers.