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  1. First Friday-Culinary History of Iowa

    September 4, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Darcy Maulsby, writer, farmer, foodie, and entreprenuer said, “Iowa has a rich heritage of food, farming and culinary traditions,” a lifelong Iowan who recently published her first book, “Calhoun County,” which tells the stories of small-town and rural Iowa life through the eyes of those who lived it. “I’m excited to share these remarkable stories, historic photos and delicious recipes.

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Library Events

  1. First Friday: Savor Iowa's Culinary History (Zoom)

    September 4, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    What comes to mind when you think of Iowa food? Everyone has an Iowa food story, and Lake City, Iowa, author Darcy Dougherty Maulsby will bring these stories to life on Friday, September 4, at 10 a.m. via Zoom for the “Adventures in Iowa’s Culinary History” program. This free, online event is hosted by the Burlington Public Library. “From Iowa originals like Maid-Rites to kolaches to homemade cinnamon rolls—served with chili, of course—there are many remarkable stories behind Iowa’s tastiest traditions,” said Maulsby, Iowa’s Storyteller, who has been featured on “Iowa Ingredient” on Iowa PBS, along with the Iowa History Journal, Our Iowa magazine, Iowa Public Radio and more. “Pull up a chair, and relish what you missed in history class.” During her fun program, Maulsby serves up fascinating tidbits and cooking tips related to more than 150 years of Iowa cuisine and ethnic food traditions, from all corners of the state.

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