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Young Chefs (Kids)

Do your kids love to help out in the kitchen? Check out these great cookbooks for recipes to make together!

Kids cooking : students prepare and eat foods from around the world by George Ancona

A classroom of children learn how to cook healthy foods from all over the world, including chermoula from Morocco, fried rice from China, minestrone from Italy, and tamales from Mexico.

Cooking class : 57 fun recipes kids will love to make (and eat!) by Deanna F Cook

Explains basic cooking techniques in kid-friendly language and offers recipes using fresh, healthy ingredients and featuring imaginative presentations, including granola bars, popcorn balls, spring rolls, quesadillas, sliders, and apple crisp

Cool Southern cooking : easy and fun regional recipes by Alex Kuskowski

This book offers step-by-step instructions and how-to photographs on Southern cooking with recipes for scrumptious sweet tea, Southern baked biscuits, fantastic not-fried chicken, peanut cluster bites, and other dishes

Cool Pacific Coast cooking : easy and fun regional recipes by Alex Kuskowski

Cooking is cool : heat-free recipes for kids to cook by Marianne E Dambra

"Help children experience the many benefits and joys of cooking--all without entering the kitchen or using the stove or oven. Heat-free, classroom-friendly recipes are included, each designed so that children can help prepare healthy appetizers and dips,beverages, snacks and treats, and sandwiches and salads as they explore new foods, build math and literacy skills, and learn about nutrition." --

The cooking of Italy by Matthew Locricchio

Introduces the different culinary regions of Italy through recipes adapted for young chefs and discusses the basics of food handling and kitchen safety

Cooking the Lebanese way : revised and expanded to include new low-fat and vegetarian recipes by Suad Amari

An introduction to the cooking of Lebanon featuring such traditional recipes as kabobs, hummus, chard and yogurt soup, and bulgar pilaf. Also includes information on the history, geography, customs and people of this Middle Eastern country

Cooking the Mexican way : revised and expanded to include new low-fat and vegetarian recipes by Rosa Coronado

Introduces the fundamentals of Mexican cooking, including special ingredients for such dishes as enchiladas, nachos, tacos, and guacamole

American Girl cooking

Shares recipes with young, beginner cooks, including chicken noodle soup, teriyaki chicken and vegetables, and cheesy garlic bread

ChopChop : the kids' guide to cooking real food with your family by Sally Sampson

Provides simple instructions for healthy and delicious meals that can be prepared together by family members of every age, including recipes for French toast, frittatas, curried tofu fingers, frozen yogurt, and mango lassis

The big, fun kids cookbook : Food Network Magazine 150+ Recipes for Young Chefs

Offers more than one hundred fifty recipes for breakfast. lunch, and dinner dishes, snacks, desserts, and cakes made to look like other foods, with cooking tips and information about foods.

My very first cookbook : joyful recipes to make together! by Danielle Kartes

"Watching mom or dad in the kitchen is usually a child's first introduction to cooking. And when that inevitable question pops up ("Can I help?"), now you can say, "Yes!" These delightful and delicious kid-friendly recipes are the perfect introduction tocooking for little chefs just starting out. Step-by-step instructions are written directly to the child reader with clear indications for when they need a grown-up's assistance"--

The complete diy cookbook for young chefs : 100+ Simple Recipes for Making Absolutely Everything from Scratch by author America's Test Kitchen (Firm)

"A PDF of the full galley has been attached for reference"--

Bake like a pro! by Falynn Koch

Uses a story in graphic-novel format about a group of friends who love to bake to provide step-by-step instructions for how to use the right kitchen tools, follow a recipe, combine ingredients, understand the chemistry of cooking, and use the oven.

Chemistry you can chomp by Jessie Alkire

"Do you like learning about atoms, molecules, and other matter? Do you like to cook? Then Chemistry You Can Chomp is the right book for you! Learn about what chemists do and what they have discovered. Then explore chemistry further by making delicious snacks. Check out the entire Super Simple Science You Can Snack On series for more tasty STEM fun!--

Dinner recipe queen by Gail Green

Adventures in veggieland : help your kids learn to love vegetables : with 100 easy activities and recipes by Melanie Potock

Plant, cook, eat! : a children's cookbook by Joe Archer

Explains how to plant seeds, harvest fruits and vegetables, determine which plant parts are edible, spot pests in the garden, and use crops to cook--from bean and bacon spaghetti to polenta chips to tomato, feta, and basil pizza.

Witches' brew and other horrifying party foods by Ali Vega

"It's wiggling, it's bubbling...it's party food! Readers will love creating the variety of yucky yet yummy party foods that are featured in this cookbook. Do you dare take a bite?"--

The complete cookbook for young chefs

Shares recipes for young cooks of all skill levels, including options for breakfasts, snacks, beverages, dinners, and desserts, along with step-by-step photographs of tips and techniques.

The gross cookbook : Awesome Recipes for (Deceptively) Disgusting Treats Kids Can Make by Susanna Tee

Presents a collection of deceptively disgusting recipes that are actually edible, including frog eggs made from chia seeds and a baked human hand made of pork, while highlighting real-life gross foods eaten around the world.

The lemonade stand cookbook : step-by-step recipes and crafts for kids to make--and sell! by Kathy Strahs

Offers advice on starting a lemonade stand, featuring recipes for beverages and snacks to sell as well as packaging and craft ideas.

The ultimate Dreamworks cookbook : 38 Great Recipes by Cindy A Littlefield

Presents recipes inspired by characters from Dreamworks animated films, including such offerings as Po's awesome pancakes, Hiccup's heroic BLT, and Puss In Boots' purr-fect tuna pasta.

Ballpark cookbook. recipes inspired by baseball stadium foods. The American League by Katrina Jorgensen

"Forget peanuts and Cracker Jacks! American League Ballparks now offer a dizzying array of edible options. These make-like stadium recipes give young chefs and sports fans a culinary road trip at home. From Chicago-style hot dogs at the White Sox's U.S. Cellular Field to a mouthwatering Cuban sandwich at the Tampa Bay Rays's Tropicana Field, these diamond dishes are perfect for any seventh-inning stretch."--
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