Author talk promises 'delicious inspiration'

Best-selling cookbook author, Terry Walters, introduces her new cookbook 'NOURISH' at the 'NOURISH: Plant-Based Recipes to Feed Body, Mind and Soul' event at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Groton Public Library, 99 Main St.


Introduction to 'NOURISH'

Best-selling cookbook author, Terry Walters, will introduce the community to her new cookbook 'NOURISH: Plant-Based Recipes to Feed Body, Mind, and Soul'. The event will take place from 7 until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Sibley Hall in Groton Public Library.

'NOURISH' features 200 vegan and gluten-free seasonal recipes, along with information on healthy cooking techniques, tools, and tips. It also includes a section dedicated to Fermentation and Gut Health. The cookbook is filled with photography, original artwork, and poetry by Walters herself.

Abundant Information on Healthy Cooking Techniques

In addition to the delicious recipes, 'NOURISH' provides abundant information on healthy cooking techniques and tips. It covers topics such as reducing phytic acid and lectins, pressure cooking, and an in-depth exploration of individual ingredients and tools. The book aims to empower readers with the knowledge and skills to cook healthy meals at home.

According to Terry Walters, 'NOURISH' is the cookbook that people have been waiting for. It offers delicious inspiration and encourages a healthier approach to home cooking.

The Plant Powered Group and Local Author Feature

The introduction of 'NOURISH' is part of the Plant Powered Group initiative at Groton Public Library. This library group, founded by Michelle Hutchins and Susan Walko, focuses on plant-based eating and meets regularly to discuss various topics related to this lifestyle.

The upcoming author talk by Terry Walters is sponsored by the Groton Public Library Endowment Trust. Beth Dalal, the Adult Programs Coordinator at the library, expressed excitement about bringing patrons together for an in-person cooking demonstration and featuring a local author.

For more information on this event or other library events, visit the Groton Public Library website at or contact them at 978-448-1167.