Wednesday, Jan 25, 2023 6:30p -

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Boston, MA 02110

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Community and church cookbooks are treasures that give us a glimpse of female groups, encapsulated in a place and time. Besides providing delicious treats, these recipe books can also be a springboard to genealogical adventure. Join Erin as we traipse over recipes for Ghorabie, Pacific Slope Punch, and Maple Creams in search of clues to unlock the stories of our female ancestors. Participants will receive a few choice vintage recipes as well as a “recipe” for research planning.

Erin E. Moulton writes books and tracks dead people. An incorrigible story lover, Erin is the author of FlutterTracing StarsChasing the Milky Way, and Keepers of the Labyrinth. In addition to her creative pursuits, Erin has over 12 years of experience tracking down interesting real-life questions at the reference desk and is a librarian and genealogist. She holds a BA from Emerson College, an MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a certificate in genealogical research from Boston University. When she isn’t searching for just the right word or just the right clue, she can be found teaching people of all ages about writing, publishing, and research. Visit her online at

This program is brought you by the Nutrition Lab of the Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library. For more information, please contact Nutritional Literacy Coordinator Stephanie Chace ([email protected]) and Genealogy Research Specialist Jessy Wheeler ([email protected]).

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