World cuisine connoisseurs have a new and free tool to help them sample foods from across the globe.
Recently, the Marshall Public Library signed-up for AtoZ World Food. The database features thousands of recipes from 174 countries.
“If you’re just starting to expand your palate or are someone who can whip up a mean matemba, you can find your inspiration with AtoZ World Food,” said Amy Campbell, Public Services Supervisor with the Marshall Public Library. “AtoZ World Food also features hundreds of articles on food culture and six food glossaries.”
The database will be available starting July 1 and a valid Marshall Public Library card is required. To access the service, patrons must obtain a user ID and password from library staff. Staff can be contacted by calling 208-232-1263 ext. 106 or in person at the library.
For more information on the programs and services available at the Marshall Public Library, visit marshallpl.org.