Paris in the Spring at Rosen Library

Events Rosen LibraryPoste  January 24th, 2022 The Rosen Library’s new display “Paris in the Spring” features photographs of iconic sights, books highlighting local Paris in the Spring  flavors and history, as well as arrondissement maps meant to inspire an exploration of Parisian life. The exhibit was curate . Gina Rippens of the Rosen Library and runs from January to May 2022. Comments are close.ew Rosen Exhibit – America’s Native Spirit: The History of Bourbon Rosen LibraryPoste.  March 5th, 2018 Our latest exhibit follows the history of bourbon from its roots in American frontier life to modern prominence as an internationally recognize spirit.

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Scotland and Canadian Whisky originates in Canada, bourbon is a product that is uniquely American. The exhibit includes materials from the library’s collection paire with a Italy Phone Number List selection of distinct bourbon brands. Special thanks to Dr. Marissa Orlowski of Rosen College and the Sazerac Company Archives for contributing items. The exhibit will be on display through Spring 2018. If you would like to read more about bourbon, check or request these books from the Rosen Library: Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey: An American Heritage by Michael R. Veach Bourbon Empire: The Past and Future of America’s Whiskey by Reid Mitenbuler Bourbon: A History of the American Spirit by Dane Huckelbridge Comments are close.

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New summer exhibit at rosen

Library: Celebrity Chefs! Rosen Library Poste May 22nd, 2018 The Rosen Library’s new exhibit showcases celebrity chefs and their signature recipes. Peruse a collection of New Zealand Phone Number List  memoirs and recipe books from Nobu to Ina Garten. Include in the exhibit is a binder detailing each feature chef’s signature dish or favorite cocktail. Check out some of the items on display: The Choppe Cookbook: Use What You’ve Got to Cook Something Great .  Cooking for Jeffrey (Ina Garten) Everydaycook (Alton Brown) Julia’s Kitchen .

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