Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate

Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate

by T. K. Richardson

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Overview

Everything tastes better when it simmers.

If you're hanging out with friends and want a quick snack, or just want to eat something you have cooked, the recipes in this cookbook are simple and easy, but big on taste. A cookbook for teens and beginning cooks SIMMER is easy to follow, easy to use, and offers a variety of great recipes.

Fast food is expensive and eats away money few teens have to spend. SIMMER can help! Mixed with step by step easy directions and common ingredients, these recipes will help the beginning cook prepare food that will satisfy and delight. From bacon cheeseburgers to simple spaghetti, or grilled pizza sandwiches to taco pie - these recipes are always a hit.

Easy to prepare, even better to eat - the teen cook will have fun making their own meals.

From my kitchen, where everything has a splash of olive oil, to your kitchen - I hope you find these dishes tasty.

Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate contains over 70 recipes, including more than 30 vegetarian recipes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615488349
Publisher: Chamberton Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2011
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

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Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
code7r More than 1 year ago
“Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate” by T.K. Richardson is a cookbook aimed at teenagers as a way for them to get excited about making their own meals instead of heading out for fast food. The author covers safety in the kitchen, common ingredients, and tools that are needed to make any of the recipes. In the main course section, the teenager can learn to cook bacon cheese burgers, deep fried burritos, and chicken cacciatore. For side dishes, snacks and sandwiches, there are recipes for jalapeno pigs in a blanket, pizza poppers, and wide French fries. The author also covers breakfasts with recipes such as crispy fried eggs, banana nut pancakes, and sausage alfredo quiche. And last, but not least, the dessert section where the teenager can learn to cook strawberry sweet cake, chocolate cream pie and pineapple lime delight! This is a quaint cookbook with easy to follow directions that won’t overwhelm the new teenage cook. All recipes have a list of ingredients, what kitchen tools that will be used (skillet, spatula, measuring cups) and step by step directions. My only complaint is that it doesn’t have pictures. For me, seeing what the end product should look like helps me cook better. Also, when flipping through the book for a recipe, a lot of times seeing a picture of something yummy will help make up my mind. I also like it when the author leaves a blurb talking about why they included the recipe and what makes it so good. This book is a good cookbook for any person (teenager or adult) who may not feel really comfortable in the kitchen. With the step by step instructions and the list of tools needed, it is almost foolproof. The author also notes in the table of contents which items are vegetarian. **This book was received for free through Goodreads First Reads. That in no way influenced my review.**
HeatherMS on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
¿Simmer: Recipes for the Teen Palate¿ by T.K. Richardson is a cookbook aimed at teenagers as a way for them to get excited about making their own meals instead of heading out for fast food. The author covers safety in the kitchen, common ingredients, and tools that are needed to make any of the recipes. In the main course section, the teenager can learn to cook bacon cheese burgers, deep fried burritos, and chicken cacciatore. For side dishes, snacks and sandwiches, there are recipes for jalapeno pigs in a blanket, pizza poppers, and wide French fries. The author also covers breakfasts with recipes such as crispy fried eggs, banana nut pancakes, and sausage alfredo quiche. And last, but not least, the dessert section where the teenager can learn to cook strawberry sweet cake, chocolate cream pie and pineapple lime delight!This is a quaint cookbook with easy to follow directions that won¿t overwhelm the new teenage cook. All recipes have a list of ingredients, what kitchen tools that will be used (skillet, spatula, measuring cups) and step by step directions. My only complaint is that it doesn¿t have pictures. For me, seeing what the end product should look like helps me cook better. Also, when flipping through the book for a recipe, a lot of times seeing a picture of something yummy will help make up my mind. I also like it when the author leaves a blurb talking about why they included the recipe and what makes it so good. This book is a good cookbook for any person (teenager or adult) who may not feel really comfortable in the kitchen. With the step by step instructions and the list of tools needed, it is almost foolproof. The author also notes in the table of contents which items are vegetarian.**This book was received for free through Goodreads First Reads. That in no way influenced my review.**
Anonymous More than 1 year ago