Do you need some inspiration for that big Christmas dinner? Well do not fret; your local branch of KDL will have you covered with cookbooks. KDL even has some Christmas recipe cookbooks. Some of these just focus of sweets, such as The Great Christmas Cookie Swap Cookbook: 60 Large-Batch Recipes to Bake and Share. Or maybe you are looking to make a more traditional Christmas Tea — you could find motivation in The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook, which includes a recipe for Mrs. Patmore’s Christmas pudding, which I’m sure is delectable. Want something more modern but that is still recognizable in pop culture? How about Debbie
Macomber’s Christmas Cookbook.
Maybe you need more help than just recipes and want insight into hosting your first big family Christmas gathering; there is a book all about Christmas entertaining.
No matter what your holiday plans may be, if you need help with Christmas recipes, crafts, or any other ideas, you will want to check out what is on the shelf of your local Kent District Library. Remember if you cannot find what you need, you can always put in a request to have the materials brought over.
Posted by: Craig