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Introduction to Induction Cooking with Chef Tom

The future of cooking is here!

Induction cooktops are the next generation of electric stovetops. They are more energy efficient, faster, and safer than traditional coil burners and even Halogen cooktops.

Many power companies are offering rebates for upgrading to the energy efficient induction cooktop, but there are a few drawbacks as well.

This class will cover the basics of what the induction cooktop is, what pots and pans will and will not work with it, and demonstrate some of the safety features and unique properties of this technology.

Cookbook Club

September Cookbook Club

We’ll be discussing the recipes of Yotam Ottolenghi this month. He has many cookbooks including:




You can also find recipes online at https://ottolenghi.co.uk/recipes


Maynard Public Library | Cookbook Club

Maynard’s Cookbook Club

 Meeting on a biweekly basis starting May 4, 2020.

The Maynard Cookbook Club will meet via Zoom to talk about our experiences cooking from selected online sources. Meetings will take place every two weeks. Send email to sthurston@minlib.net to receive the meeting link and password. More meeting information will be posted at  https://www.maynardpubliclibrary.org/cookbook-club.

We’ll share thoughts on our chosen recipes, talk about shortages, our favorite substitutions and how to set up a recipe exchange and our next meeting. All are welcome! Send an email to  to receive the meeting link and password.

Maynard Public Library | Cookbook Club

Maynard’s Cookbook Club

While the library is closed, Cookbook Club will meet every two weeks via Zoom using online recipe collections from food bloggers and cookbook authors.

Everyone is welcome! Send email to the address above for the meeting link and password.

This week we’ll be cooking from https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/, written by Tieghan Gerard.

CONTACT: Sally Thurston  fmplibrary@gmail.com