After you've had a short "breather" from the holidays, we hope you'll be ready for another great session of Adventures in Learning. The AIL Committee has put together an outstanding collection of new and old topics.
New topics will include:
Uncovering the CIA
The First Amendment
A Biblical Roadtrip
Joseph Conrade with Joan Gage
And popular topics and instructors will include:
English History with Garrett McAinsh
Behind the News with John Brummett
Lifequest Book Club with Allan Ward
Note: The full Winter Term schedule will be available for viewing and download here on December 12.
LifeQuest of Arkansas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a place for older active adults of central Arkansas to enjoy life-long learning and giving back to the community.
It's a flavor combination that blends the familiar with the caveman and is a favorite of the patrons at Sunny Anderson's local bar in Brooklyn.
Coming soon to a kitchen near you: appliances that talk to each other, suggest recipes based on food at hand and know when to run and when to pause to let the electric car charge up.
It's a rite of passage to cook live lobster, a way to make peace with where your food comes from. But buying shelled meat is an efficient treat. Now you can even cook with raw whole meat separated from the shell by centrifuge.
Postwar marketing of convenience foods pushed our grandmothers to take many shortcuts in the kitchen that modern foodies might find unpalatable. Many involved Jell-O. Cookbook author Jeremy Jackson updated his grandma Mildred's famous strawberry cake recipe to remove this old-school secret ingredient.
Peter Sagal's in New York, so what did he go get for this week's Sandwich Monday? A classic New York hot dog? A pastrami sandwich from 2nd Avenue Deli? No, a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich.