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📒Cooking Class ✍ Deanna F. Cook
✏Cooking Class Book Summary : The kids are taking over the kitchen! Deanna F. Cook presents more than 50 recipes designed for the cooking abilities and tastes of children ages 6 to 12. Basic cooking techniques are explained in kid-friendly language, and recipes include favorites like applesauce, French toast, popcorn chicken, pizza, and more. Full of fresh, healthy ingredients and featuring imaginative presentations like egg mice, fruit flowers, and mashed potato clouds, Cooking Class brings inspiration and confidence to the chefs of the future.
📒Cooking Class Global Feast ✍ Deanna F. Cook
✏Cooking Class Global Feast Book Summary : Food is a fun way to celebrate diversity, and in her new kids’ cookbook, best-selling author Deanna F. Cook leads young chefs on a tasty tour of global cultures and cuisines. Kids gain practical kitchen skills through preparing breakfasts, drinks, snacks, dinners, and desserts from around the world. Alongside recipes for foods such as Irish soda bread, ANZAC biscuits, ramen noodle soup, and mango lassi, step-by-step photography and profiles feature children from a wide range of backgrounds honoring their heritage and preparing dishes that reflect their unique food traditions. A pop-out food passport, world language flash cards, and flag stickers provide additional fun on their global food journey, while infographics encourage taste-test explorations of fruits, drinks, breads, vegetables, and ice creams from around the world. Kids will be inspired to expand their palates as they cook, discovering new flavors while developing pride and appreciation for the foods they’ve grown up with. Also available in the Cooking Class series: Cooking Class and Baking Class. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
📒The Cooking Class Cookbook ✍ Linda Marcinko
✏The Cooking Class Cookbook Book Summary : This wonderful cookbook is the result of the 10 years of cooking classes that I taught, plus my vast knowledge of the culinary arts that I acquired through working as an Executive Chef. All of the recipes are easy to use and result in great food. I tell you a little history of each recipe, and what type of class it was created for. I taught a variety of classes including baking and pastry classes and many of those recipes are in this book. At the end of many of the recipes, I've included notes that may give the reader information on certain ingredients, or tell them how to prepare part or all, of the recipe in advance. This book also has a Tip and Advice section that touches on some important aspects of cooking.I tested all of the recipes in this book before conducting the classes that they were featured in. In addition, many class participants went home and made the recipes and reported how the food turned out, so I know that these recipes are great and really work! This is so important as it seems that there are a lot of cookbooks out there where the recipes are not tested before hand. To this day, I use these recipes at home because the resulting dishes are so tasty.This is a book that can be used for everyday food and also for special occasion dishes. It has quite a few healthy recipes too. As I am a chef and a registered dietitian, I was called on to teach a lot of classes featuring healthy foods, so I have included those recipes as well. I have made the recipes simple and have not used any hard-to-find ingredients. I really want people to enjoy reading this book and using it a lot.
📒Black Cat S Cooking Class Cookbook ✍ Antony Daou
✏Black Cat s Cooking Class Cookbook Book Summary : Vanessa and Tony Daou started giving cooking classes in 2005 when they opened the Black Cat Café & Bakery in the tiny historic spa village of Sharon Springs. Here is a compilation of the menus and recipes from three years of cooking classes. Organized into lunch, baking and dinner classes, the forty classes here comprise almost two hundred recipes.
📒Murder On The Menu ✍ Miranda Bliss
✏Murder on the Menu Book Summary : Best friends Annie and Eve know the bare bones of both culinary school and amateur sleuthing. Now they’re in the trenches, struggling to keep a new restaurant, Bellywasher’s, from going belly up… Annie and Eve have joined their former cooking teacher, Jim—who doubles as Annie’s on-again, off-again boyfriend—in running his new restaurant, Bellywasher’s. Bombshell Eve is the hostess, while Annie stays behind the scenes, frantically managing everything from the books to the radicchio supply. Then a rave review makes the spot an instant success, drawing Washington’s high-powered elite to sample Jim’s cooking…people with both money and secrets to burn. Everything’s simmering along just fine until Annie and Eve find their friend Sarah, staffer to a powerful Congressman, lying dead in her tub. The cops want to write it off as a suicide, but the girls notice that, like Annie’s invoices, the facts just don’t add up. Then, after a series of suspicious “accidents” that come dangerously close to taking the girls permanently out of commission, Annie and Eve realize that this kitchen fire isn’t about to put itself out…
📒Baking Class ✍ Deanna F. Cook
✏Baking Class Book Summary : Following the best-selling Cooking Class, this delightful baking companion for kids ages 8–12 features 50 easy-to-follow recipes. Lively step-by-step photos teach bakers-in-training how to knead dough, make biscuits, decorate cookies, and produce a perfect pie, along with essential skills like following directions and accurately measuring ingredients. They’ll learn to make both sweet and savory treats and will use fresh fruits and vegetables in recipes such as Bursting with Blueberries Muffins, Zombie Zucchini Bread, and Peachy Keen Crumble. Bonus goodie bag stickers, pop-out gift tags, and bake sale signs encourage kids to share their homemade delights with pride. NPR's Best Books of the Year IACP Cookbook Award Winner National Parenting Product Awards Winner Mom's Choice Award Gold Winner
📒Kids Cook Real Food ✍ Katie Kimball
✏Kids Cook Real Food Book Summary : Want your kids to be hard-working, independent, healthy adults?You can do it all while making dinner - together.The Kids Cook Real Food cooking class curriculum will help your children discover and nurture their strengths, learn how to make something out of ingredients without anyone else's help, and know how to feed themselves healthy food as they grow into adulthood.You don't have to focus on every detail (because I've already done that for you), so you can focus on making cooking a path to true self-esteem and self-realization for every one of your children, ultimately guiding their life decisions later on.
📒Carlota S Cooking Class ✍ Arianne Weber
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📒Six Little Cooks Or Aunt Jane S Cooking Class ✍ Elizabeth Stansbury Kirkland
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📒Cooking Cuisine And Class ✍ Jack Goody
✏Cooking Cuisine and Class Book Summary : The preparation, serving and eating of food are common features of all human societies, and have been the focus of study for numerous anthropologists - from Sir James Frazer onwards - from a variety of theoretical and empirical perspectives. It is in the context of this previous anthropological work that Jack Goody sets his own observations on cooking in West Africa. He criticises those approaches which overlook the comparative historical dimension of culinary, and other, cultural differences that emerge in class societies, both of which elements he particularly emphasises in this book. The central question that Professor Goody addresses here is why a differentiated 'haute cuisine' has not emerged in Africa, as it has in other parts of the world. His account of cooking in West Africa is followed by a survey of the culinary practices of the major Eurasian societies throughout history - ranging from Ancient Egypt, Imperial Rome and medieval China to early modern Europe - in which he relates the differences in food preparation and consumption emerging in these societies to differences in their socio-economic structures, specifically in modes of production and communication. He concludes with an examination of the world-wide rise of 'industrial food' and its impact on Third World societies, showing that the ability of the latter to resist cultural domination in food, as in other things, is related to the nature of their pre-existing socio-economic structures. The arguments presented here will interest all social scientists and historians concerned with cultural history and social theory.