Friday, December 12, 2014

The Swedish Table Christmas : Traditional Holiday Meals, Side Dishes, Candies and Drinks by Jens Linder and Johanna Westman

Are you still planning your Christmas menu? Do you need recipes for a Glogg party? 

This charming book is by two self confessed "Christmas nerds" whose "passion for food reaches its devoted, joyful peak every month of December when gluttony and revelry are socially acceptable and the spirit of tradition is strong."

In this book you will find both traditional and modern recipes interspersed with beautiful Christmas themed collages and photographs. So if  you need a recipe for Gingerbread, molten chocolate, root vegetable salad or new ways with duck, turkey and fish try this book. I must say though, I will be giving the Baked fillet of Reindeer with Bleu Cheese a miss. What would Rudolph think!

The Swedish Christmas Table can be borrowed for free from our eBook collection by library members.

For assistance call library staff on 4974 5340.

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Zinio Magazine of the Month: Super Food Ideas

Australia’s top-selling food magazine, Super Food Ideas provides busy mothers and families with easy recipes and meal solutions, using readily available ingredients and simple techniques. With hundreds of recipes and tips every issue, you’ll never lack inspiration or ideas with Super Food Ideas.

Get prepared for the Christmas food festivities with December's edition of Super Food ideas. Get Christmas feast ideas that include traditional to meat free recipes, plus 15 great ideas for Christmas salads and starters! Discover recipes for modern recipes, including a delicious coconut and raspberry ice cream cake, as well as recipes for allergy-friendly cakes and cookies. This month's edition of Super Food Ideas will make sure your prepared for the celebrations ahead!

Download the magazine FREE from Zinio, simply visit Newcastle Region Library's Catalogue and Website.

Friday, November 07, 2014

Good Reading - November issue

Members of Newcastle Region Library can read Good Reading magazine for free. The November issue features a review of Revival - the new novel from horror master Stephen King, an extract from Margaret and Gough: the Love Story that Changed a Nation and a special feature on the battles and books of World War I. Visit eMagazines on our website and start reading!

If you need help call the library staff on 02 4974 5340.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Julie Goodwin at Wallsend District Library

Beloved home cook Julie Goodwin to speak at
Wallsend District Library
Saturday 1 November, 10:30am

As one of Australia’s most recognisable and best-loved home cooks and a busy mum, nobody understands better than Julie Goodwin the effort, time and expense involved in putting dinner on the family table every night; not to mention having to come up with new ideas that will keep the family interested.

Her new book 20/20 Meals is a revolution in home cooking - designed to keep dinners simple, wallet-friendly and delicious at the same time. Julie brings to her cookbooks a warmth and personality that is distinctly Australian and is all about bringing people together over a wholesome meal.

“I am really excited about this new book and can’t wait to share a new collection of my family-friendly recipes,” she said.

Join Julie in proving that good, healthy family meals can be made fast and affordable. Julie will help you arrange your kitchen, get those key staples into the pantry, organise the third drawer and then it’s up to you to follow her healthy, tasty and quick recipes.

Since becoming Australia's first MasterChef, Central Coast mum of three Julie Goodwin has become a household name. Formerly an IT professional running a successful family business, she now writes a monthly column for The Australian Women's Weekly, is a bestselling cookbook author and appears weekly on the Today Show on Channel 9.

Bookings essential, please call Wallsend District Library on (02) 4985 6680.

Find more books by Julie Goodwin on Newcastle Region Library's Catalogue and Website.

Thursday, October 02, 2014

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion

In exciting news for lovers of romance and comedy Professor Don Tillman returns in a sequel to The Rosie Project. Members of Newcastle Region Library can borrow The Rosie Effect as an eBook via our EBL collection.

If you're quick you'll have it finished in time to meet the author, Graeme Simsion, at Newcastle Library on Thursday 16th October 2014 at 12 noon.

See our website for details about the event or book your spot by phoning 4974 5300.

If you need assistance borrowing the eBook call library staff on
02 4974 5340.

 Visit Newcastle Region Library's Catalogue and Website.