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Reading List - Cooking

“You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces - just good food from fresh ingredients.” ― Julia Child

Try some new recipes and explore the art of cooking this summer with these titles for children, teens, and adults.

A superhero cookbook: simple recipes for kids by Sarah L. Schuette
Instructions and step-by-step photos for making a variety of simple snacks and drinks with a superhero theme.

Mud pies and other recipes by Marjorie Winslow; illustrated by Erik Blegvad
Playful recipes for such dishes as "Wood Chip Dip," "Seesaw Salad," "Roast Rocks," and "Pencil Sharpener Pudding," to be prepared for and enjoyed by dolls.

National Geographic Kids Cookbook by Barton Seaver
Learn how to cook as a family with fascinating sidebars, profiles on real people, and cool facts along the way. (ebook)

Teen cuisine by Matthew Locricchio; photography by James Peterson
A collection of movie themed recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner,snacks, and sessert with step-by-step instructions.

Eat fresh food: awesome recipes for teen chefs by Rozanne Gold; photographs by Phil Mansfield
A collection of recipes for teens with a focus on fresh, natural, and unprocessed vegetables and fruits.

Pizza, love, and other stuff that made me famous by Kathryn Williams
Sixteen-year-old Sophie has grown up working in her family's Mediterranean restaurant, but is she prepared to compete on the reality show, Teen Test Kitchen? Includes recipes.

Better Homes and Gardens Complete Canning Guide
For everyone who wants to preserve food—from novice to pro—with step-by-step explanations of techniques, ranging from the basics of canning to freezing, drying, fermenting, and pickling.(ebook)

World spice at home: new flavors for 75 favorite dishes by Amanda Bevill & Julie Kramis Hearne; photography by Charity Burggraaf
Breath new life into favorite, familiar, and traditional dishes with the world's exotic spices.

Food Network Magazine
Read online or download a copy of Food Network magazine to find recipes from TV or pick up tips from you favorite Food Network TV stars.

Book Reviews

book jacket for All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony DoerrAll the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
This is the first time I am trying this author and I must say that I was surprisingly delighted. The book is a great read and I found myself admiring how the author seamlessly wove the stories of various individuals together. The book also makes you reflect on this sad time in our history (WW2) and although it is fiction, you can relate and have empathy for the people living in that time period.