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  • Napsnacks: Haitian DjonDjon Quinoa

    The Library is happy to welcome back The Haitian Croissant for another edition of Napsnacks. In celebration of Haitian Flag Day and the 1-year anniversary of her Youtube channel, the chef and blogger Ayida Solé will demo and walk us through their remix of the traditional Haitian dish Diri DjonDjon (Black mushroom rice) with a quinoa alternative that is lower in carbs, packed with proteins and is DELICIOUS! Registration required and ingredients list is below. 1 cup DjonDjon - Black Trumpet Mushroom Or 1 DjonDjon Maggi Cube 1 cup Shrimp (optional) 1 cup Frozen Green Peas 3 Sprigs Thyme 3 tbs of epis (sofrito or seasonning blend) 4 Cloves 1 Scotch Bonnet 1/2 of a Yellow Onion 1 tbsp 1 Chopped Garlic

  • Finance Committee

    Finance Committee

  • Charles Yu presents Interior Chinatown in conversation with Ju Yon Kim

    Join us as we celebrate Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month featuring Charles Yu, author of Interior Chinatown, in conversation with Professor Ju Yon Kim. Charles Yu is the author of four books, including Interior Chinatown, winner of the 2020 National Book Award. He has been nominated for two Writers Guild of America Awards for his work on the HBO series, Westworld. He has also written for shows on FX, AMC, and HBO. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired, among other publications. Ju Yon Kim is a Professor of English at Harvard University. Her research and teaching interests include Asian American literature and performance; modern and contemporary American theater and drama; and cross-racial and intercultural performance. She is the author of The Racial Mundane: Asian American Performance and the Embodied Everyday (NYU Press, 2015), which received the 2016 Lois P. Rudnick Book Prize from the New England American Studies Association for best book in American studies published in 2015 by a New England area scholar. This program is presented in partnership with the Mayor's Office and the City Manager's Office.

  • Planning Board Remote Meeting

    City of Cambridge Planning Board Meeting

  • Napsnacks: Haitian DjonDjon Quinoa

    The Library is happy to welcome back The Haitian Croissant for another edition of Napsnacks. In celebration of Haitian Flag Day and the 1-year anniversary of her Youtube channel, the chef and blogger Ayida Solé will demo and walk us through their remix of the traditional Haitian dish Diri DjonDjon (Black mushroom rice) with a quinoa alternative that is lower in carbs, packed with proteins and is DELICIOUS! Registration required and ingredients list is below. 1 cup DjonDjon - Black Trumpet Mushroom Or 1 DjonDjon Maggi Cube 1 cup Shrimp (optional) 1 cup Frozen Green Peas 3 Sprigs Thyme 3 tbs of epis (sofrito or seasonning blend) 4 Cloves 1 Scotch Bonnet 1/2 of a Yellow Onion 1 tbsp 1 Chopped Garlic

  • Finance Committee

    Finance Committee

  • Charles Yu presents Interior Chinatown in conversation with Ju Yon Kim

    Join us as we celebrate Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month featuring Charles Yu, author of Interior Chinatown, in conversation with Professor Ju Yon Kim. Charles Yu is the author of four books, including Interior Chinatown, winner of the 2020 National Book Award. He has been nominated for two Writers Guild of America Awards for his work on the HBO series, Westworld. He has also written for shows on FX, AMC, and HBO. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired, among other publications. Ju Yon Kim is a Professor of English at Harvard University. Her research and teaching interests include Asian American literature and performance; modern and contemporary American theater and drama; and cross-racial and intercultural performance. She is the author of The Racial Mundane: Asian American Performance and the Embodied Everyday (NYU Press, 2015), which received the 2016 Lois P. Rudnick Book Prize from the New England American Studies Association for best book in American studies published in 2015 by a New England area scholar. This program is presented in partnership with the Mayor's Office and the City Manager's Office.

  • Planning Board Remote Meeting

    City of Cambridge Planning Board Meeting

  • Napsnacks: Haitian DjonDjon Quinoa

    The Library is happy to welcome back The Haitian Croissant for another edition of Napsnacks. In celebration of Haitian Flag Day and the 1-year anniversary of her Youtube channel, the chef and blogger Ayida Solé will demo and walk us through their remix of the traditional Haitian dish Diri DjonDjon (Black mushroom rice) with a quinoa alternative that is lower in carbs, packed with proteins and is DELICIOUS! Registration required and ingredients list is below. 1 cup DjonDjon - Black Trumpet Mushroom Or 1 DjonDjon Maggi Cube 1 cup Shrimp (optional) 1 cup Frozen Green Peas 3 Sprigs Thyme 3 tbs of epis (sofrito or seasonning blend) 4 Cloves 1 Scotch Bonnet 1/2 of a Yellow Onion 1 tbsp 1 Chopped Garlic

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