Story Tags

Coffee Story: Ethiopia

Ethiopia

The Mysterious Land on the Horn of Africa

Washington, DC is home to the largest Ethiopian community outside of Ethiopia.

Cook with Amber Fun Fresh Recipes to Get You in the Kitchen by Amber Kelley

Delicious and Nutritious

Teen cookbooks for all skill levels

For teens considering picking up a new hobby, look no further. This list of cookbooks written with teens in mind (and, in many cases, by teens) provides the framework and challenges aspiring chefs of all skill levels can enjoy. From comfort basics to more complex recipes featuring unusual ingredients, these recipes cover it all. Get hooked on cooking while developing problem solving skills, independence, and confidence (no matter your age)!

book jacket

Salad Days

A Collection of Cookbooks

Nothing says "summer meal" quite like a big salad. But don't you get bored of the same salad every time? This collection of cookbooks offers a picnic basket full of salad recipes for a range of palettes. Vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike can find a new favorite meal in these pages.

Kale to the Queen cover

Murder with Your Cuppa

Food and Drink Themed Cozy Mysteries

Has the pandemic made you obsessed with the perfect cup of tea? Think baking is the perfect hobby? Love to throw outdoor dinner parties for your friends to show off your latest recipe? These food and drink themed mysteries might be the perfect accompaniment to your cuppa, slice of cake, or hottest appetizer!

Niishin Miijim/Good Food

A Celebration of Food and Native American Heritage Month

Aanii boozhoo, gakina awiya! Hello, everyone! I hope you’re having a happy Native American Heritage Month so far. Some of you who’ve read my previous Read Feed posts know that I have a major love affair with food.

Secrets of Podcasting: Audio Blogging for the Masses by Bart G. Farkas

Let Your Voice Be Heard

Start Your Podcast Today!

"There's an app for that!" Well, there's a podcast for that, too!  From business to hobbies, podcasts are EVERYWHERE.  What's your podcast idea? Want to learn more? Here's a collection of e-books (and an audiobook) to get you started.

Eat a Little Better

“Food Justice” and the Smithsonian’s Food History Weekend 2020

The 2020 Smithsonian Food History Weekend which takes place Oct. 15 -17 will explore historical and systemic injustices with people who are working to make a difference by creating alternative models of empowerment within their own communities or by helping others make fundamental changes toward equity.

The Homesteader's Natural Chicken Keeping Handbook

Egg-cellent Backyard Chickens

Highly Recommended Books on Raising Chickens

Interest in chicken-keeping and sales of chicks have risen dramatically since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. If you too dream of raising chickens or just want to learn more about what is involved in such an endeavor, the books below can assist and inspire you. One day you may delight in freshly laid eggs, enjoy the company of feathered friends, and achieve greater self-sufficiency.

Master the Grill

Things to Do When There is Nothing to Do

Looking for ways to keep busy and learn more as we all stay home together? Read on! Mastering the Grill by Andrew Schloss, David, Joachim, & Alison Miksch

Bring Your Own Lunch!

Fun in the Kitchen!

Recipes and Tips

Here's a list of intriguing cookbooks with tons of tips and tricks for readers to try out! 

Pages