The How-To Cookbook for Teens: 100 Easy Recipes to Learn the Basics (Paperback)

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The How-To Cookbook for Teens: 100 Easy Recipes to Learn the Basics (Paperback)


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Help your teenager become more independent as they discover the joy of cooking!

Learning how to cook is a fun, creative outlet that also teaches an essential life skill. With simple recipes and step-by-step instructions, this introductory cookbook for teenagers guides young chefs-to-be through their first time in the kitchen, all the way through cooking full, flavorful meals for the whole family.

Give your teen the tools to feed themselves balanced meals with a teen cookbook that includes:

Teen-friendly foods—Your teen will discover 100 tasty and familiar recipes like Nachos, Sloppy Joes, Easy Shrimp Scampi, and Mustard and Maple-Glazed Chicken.

Cooking fundamentals—For teens just starting out, this basic cookbook teaches all the key skills, with instruction on food safety, common cooking techniques, reading a recipe, and cleaning up.

Room to experiment—Each recipe includes space to write down new ingredients to try so teens can experiment with flavors and textures and learn what worked (and what didn't!).

Turn your teen into a culinary whiz with a starter cookbook written just for them.
JULEE MORRISON is a blogger, wife, and mother who lives in the foothills of Virginia. Her work has appeared in HuffPost, Scary Mommy, PopSugar, SheKnows, Yahoo Shine, Love What Matters, Ellen Nation, and Bon Appétit.

Product Details ISBN: 9781646114191
ISBN-10: 1646114191
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: April 7th, 2020
Pages: 168
Language: English
“Want your teen to learn the beginnings and basics of cooking to prepare themselves for college or their next independent step? Julee's expertise in cooking and recipes will empower them to learn and get creative in the kitchen. This book is a must-have for teens who want to discover themselves in the kitchen.” —Beth Poteat, LPN