Reading Style Guide Winter 2020-21

Dear Friends,

It’s been an unusual winter. With COVID-19 raging throughout our community as well as throughout the entire world, we are spending most of our time sequestered at home. Because many of our normal activities have been temporarily suspended, we find ourselves rethinking how we can stay active and involved while keeping safe. One of our solutions has been to spend more time in the kitchen.

We’ve sampled interesting dishes and tried new recipes. Some of our greatest hits have been: a spatchcocked

turkey for Thanksgiving (picture right), homemade hummus, a breakfast bowl starring cheesy polenta, smoked sausage, mushrooms & spinach, and the New York Times Perfect Chocolate Chip cookies. We

think these jumbo-sized treats are pretty amazing! A link to the cookie recipe can be found on the Cookie page of this Reading Style Guide. My advice: follow the

recipe exactly. No cutting corners on ingredients or chilling time. The Winter 2020-21 issue of The Reading Style Guide is my cozy warm hug to readers everywhere. Find pages devoted to cats and cookies, hibernating and wearing pajamas. Make yourself a soothing mug of flavored warm milk, pair it with a monster cookie chock full of chocolate goodness, then sit back and take a virtual train ride across the snowy alps. Here’s to creating your own winter delights. Stay safe. Be well.

Read with Style,


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