|Burlington Public Library - New Children's Books||J641.5 WOOLLARD||Check Shelf|
|Glastonbury, Welles-Turner Memorial Library - New Children's Books||J 641.5 WOOLLARD||DUE 05-22-21|
First American edition.
128 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
"More than 50 heat-free recipes for young chefs" -- Cover.
How the book works -- Kitchen rules -- Tools -- Gardening equipment -- Techniques -- No-bake granola -- Overnight oatmeal -- Breakfast smoothies -- Grow your own tomatoes -- Muffuletta -- Nectarine and feta salad -- Avocado spread -- Chickpea and tomato salad -- Grow your own lettuce -- Picnic baguettes -- Mint pea soup -- Cauliflower rice bowl -- Chopped salad -- Chickpea Caesar salad -- Grow your own carrots -- Dip pots -- Indian sharing platter -- Crepe spirals -- Fruit and cheese skewers -- Nutty red bell pepper puree -- Dukkah and labneh -- Almond butter dip -- Soaked olives -- Grow your own spinach -- Smoked fish pâté -- Shrimp butter pots -- Zucchini noodles -- Shrimp summer rolls -- Coleslaw three ways -- Sweet mustard and dill sauce -- Panzanella -- Taco feast -- Seafood hand rolls -- Chicken and mango boats -- Raw pizza -- Zucchini and tuna salad -- Grow your own strawberries -- Fruit parfaits -- Chocolate power balls -- Raspberry ripple fridge cake -- Mini trifles -- Watermelon slush -- Black Forest banana splits -- Apple doughnuts -- No-bake crumbles -- Semifreddos.
"This cookbook helps children learn about making food by themselves--a skill that will last them a lifetime. The recipes in this no-cook cookbook will help children to gain independence in the kitchen and understand how to make healthy, yet very tasty meals with simple ingredients and no heat. The No-Cook Cookbook is a photographic cookbook with recipes that kids can make all by themselves. No cooking means that kids can use this recipe book to learn the basic skills needed to be successful in the kitchen by themselves. This book teaches children how to use tools such as a grater, peeler, and zester safely, and will explain kitchen safety rules. Kids will also find out how to grow their own herbs and vegetables at home, and then use these to prepare delicious meals. Helping young food lovers turn into budding chefs!"--Provided by publisher.
ebook version : 9780241522813