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Weekly Composting to Continue Through May @ Queens Library The community compost collections at Queens Library have been wildly successful. We have partnered with BIG! Compost and Smiling Hogshead Ranch to provide the communities we serve with weekly...
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27-12-2013 12-20-2013 No glopez 0

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News Greening 2014, Broadway, collection, compost, food, kitchen, may, scraps, Steinway, Sunnyside, winter, woodside glopez
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The Hamburger: Fun on a Bun and Food for Thought For those of you who don’t read their almanacs every day, May is National Hamburger Month. Why should you celebrate a food item that saturates our culture? At the very least, you can learn...
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02-05-2013 05-02-2013 No jwalsh 0

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Books Library America, burger, fast food, food, grilling, Hamburger, Henry Ford, John T. Edge, McDonald’s, Ray A. Kroc, symbols Jeremy Walsh
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How I Became a Canner! Since our move to the country a little over a year ago, we have been fortunate enough to have lots of land, which meant that we could have an even bigger garden than we had in our plot at the...
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1 Comment Events Library Ball jars, Canning, cooking, cucumbers, DIY, do it yourself, food, food storage, gardening, home canning, homemade sauce, jars, kimchi, Lauryn Chun, natural foods, pickles, pickling, tomatoes Ellen Hayes
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A Guide to Becoming a Vegetarian Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a vegetarian, and if this choice in diet is right for you? At Queens Library at Central, we’re offering a free workshop, the Health Benefits...
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vegetarian food Books Library cookbooks, cooking, food, guides, health, New York City, nutrition, NYC, Queens, recipes, restaurants, vegetarian, vegetarianism, vegetarians Mary Kearl
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