It's Cool to Cook!

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Cooking - 125 pages
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It's Cool to Cook! is the brainchild of Elizabeth Anne Downing. After teaching food studies to junior high and high school students for many years, Elizabeth came to understand that teenagers love to cook. They just need the right recipes and the incentive to get started. If you have the right ingredients, in the right recipes for the right eats, teenagers and young adults realize, "It's Cook to Cook!"

It's Cool to Cook! the cookbook, contains dozens of teen-tested recipes. The recipes are easy to prepare and the finished products are the foods that teens and young people love to eat.

It's Cool to Cook! is filled with recipe ideas for meals, snacks and all those special occasion courses. from Slam Dunk Pizza Dip to Hippest, Hottest Wings to Howlin' Acapulco Dip, It's Cool to Cook! provides the recipes for every occasion.

Each of the recipes in the book has been tested by teenagers and the recipes have been refined to ensure the best results from the easiest possible preparation. Each recipe clearly outlines the ingredients and the step-by-step method of preparation. The approach is clear and fool-proof and the results are proven, by the toughest critics... kids.

 

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Contents

Food Safety Rules
6
Rise Shine Breakfast Brunch
7
Comfort Food Appetizers Snacks
22
Pot Luck Cuisine Soups Salads Side Dishes
45
In a Hurry? Simple Meals Lunches to Go
59
Get Ready Companys Coming Main Courses
72
Whazzaaaa? Its Cool to Bake Cakes Cookies Bars
89
Chefs Cool Guide to Cooking Terms
116
Measurement Tables
118
Index
120
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