Eat Fresh Food: Awesome Recipes for Teen Chefs

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Bloomsbury USA, Oct 1, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Finally! Here is a visually stunning cookbook for teens who are interested in cooking food that goes beyond the boring old "kids" recipes, but is the kind of foods TEENS want to eat.

With many recipes showing the step-by-step process of how the food is made, these recipes take old favorites for all times of day and year--from breakfast muffins, to mac-and-cheese lunches, to fish taco dinners, to chocolate desserts--and updates them with healthy, delicious new ingredients that are better for you (and much yummier) than fast food!

Rozanne Gold's All-Star Team (who tested each recipe and who are pictured in the book) includes boys and girls ages 9-19, siblings and friends. The kids display an amazing energy for the food --whether it's buying fresh ingredients in a farmers' market, or cooking it in exciting new ways. With the emphasis on fresh ingredients, Rozanne Gold and her cooks keep their food healthful, gorgeous and fun to make.

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About the author (2009)

Rozanne Gold is an award-winning chef and restauranteur, and the author of many books including Recipes 1-2-3 and Healthy 1-2-3, and for younger chefs, Kids Cook 1-2-3. She began her career as the personal chef for New York's mayor Ed Koch, going from there to help found some of the city's best restaurants--Windows on the World and The Rainbow Room among them. She is currently a contributor to Bon Appetit. She has a teenage daughter who loves to cook, and who participated in this books' creation.

Phil Mansfield has done food photography for The New York Times, The Daily News, Hudson Valley Magazine and many others. His kids also participated in the creation of this book.

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