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Learn All About Cooking for One or Two at the Library

Grand Island, Neb. — With serving sizes designed to feed families, it’s usually easier to cook for a larger group that it is for just one or two people, which makes preparing a meal for a more intimate setting a daunting task.

That’s why it’s an art to plan recipes or use ingredients without wasting food or seeing some of your favorite dishes expire. Cami Wells is a food, nutrition and health educator from the Hall County Extension Office and will offer some tips, tricks and recipes for a few instead of many.
Join us Monday, June 17 at 6 p.m. in Meeting Room BC at the Grand Island Public Library for an experience that is sure to make cooking at home a whole lot easier for you!

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