Need inspiration for your next meal? Here are five things you can do with your library card!

Read: "The CSA Cookbook" by Linda Ly. Food blogger Linda Ly helps you make the most of your CSA membership or garden harvest with bold, inventive and nourishing meals. Go beyond conventional recipes and learn how to use every part of a plant. A handy guide on how to store produce is also included.

Watch: "A Chef’s Life: Complete Season 1." Much more than a cooking show, A Chef’s Life takes you into a southern kitchen where host and restaurateur, Vivian Howard, uses fresh local ingredients to put a modern spin on southern classics.

Listen: "The Best Cook in the World: Tales from My Momma’s Table" by Rick Bragg. Writer Rick Bragg narrates this loving food memoir that pays homage to his mother, a woman who measured in “dabs” and “smidgens” and “tads.” Full of irresistible stories which preserve his heritage and frame his mother’s cooking; because good food always has a good story and a recipe.

Explore: "Healthy Cooking for One or Two" on Tuesday, July 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cecilton Branch. Learn to cook budget friendly, nutritious meals for one-two people to maintain a healthy weight, manage health conditions, and feel better overall. In partnership with the University of Maryland Extension.

Create: Your own "Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning Quick Meals" through Gale Online Courses! In this free online course you'll learn how to reduce fat in recipes without sacrificing flavor or texture. Learn how to prepare a variety of dishes with tips on grocery shopping, menu planning and food preparation. Includes over 50 recipes.

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