Eating a whole food, plant-based diet has been scientifically proven to prevent and reverse chronic illnesses, including heart disease, diabetes and gastro intestinal diseases. It is also the diet many athletes follow to achieve maximum performance. Come find out how simple it can be to prepare plant-based foods that are satisfying, nutrition packed, and taste amazing! You’ll learn what eating plant-based really means and why it’s so healthy, how plant-based nutrition can be healthier and more effective than medication when treating many common diseases, strategies to easily transition from the Standard American Diet to healthier plant-based eating, and simple plant-based foods that are easy to make.
Janet Levine is a registered dietitian and dentist.
The Instant Pot electric pressure cooker is the new hot kitchen tool. The Instant Pot lends itself perfectly to Indian recipes, making flavorful, nutritious fare (like dals, legumes and all manner of curries) in minutes instead of hours.
Local author Rinku Bhattacharya will demonstrate Indian cooking with the Instant Pot. Instant Indian features numerous vegetarian and vegan options, and nearly all recipes are gluten-free.
With step-by-step instructions and color photos throughout, Instant Indian makes Indian cooking easy and fool-proof using all the functions of this popular appliance. Signed Copies of Rinku’s cookbook will be available for purchase.
Join us as we explore this amazing bestselling cookbook and recipes by award-winning chef Samin Nosrat and master the use of just four elements—SALT, which enhances flavor; FAT, which delivers flavor and generates texture; ACID, which balances flavor; and HEAT, which ultimately determines the texture of food—and anything you cook will be delicious. By explaining the hows and whys of good cooking, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat will teach and inspire a new generation of cooks how to confidently make better decisions in the kitchen and cook delicious meals with any ingredients, anywhere, at any time. Books are available in the library three weeks prior to each meeting.
The Larchmont Historical Society Presents “Prohibition in Larchmont”
Please Join us for a Fun and Informative Winter Afternoon Featuring Themed Drink Specials and Free Admission!
Sunday, February 24th, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
The Larchmont Tavern. The LT opened in 1933, the same year that Prohibition was repealed!
A Fun and Informative Winter Afternoon featuring Prohibition themed food and drink specials!
Presented by Ned Benton, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice