Every single recipe has been kitchen tested and can be adjusted up or down in quantity to meet various, personal needs—and they are sure to motivate readers to start creating own and unique dishes.
OAK CREEK, Wis. (PRWEB) November 18, 2015
“Teens: A League of Their Own (A Perfect Culinary Blend: Cooking and Baking Recipes)” (published by Trafford Publishing) celebrates the grandeur mix-up of the popular twentieth century dishes with the new taste of the twenty-first century culinary inventions. Author Christine Burton draws upon her Polish and German roots, Wisconsin living, and world travels in this cookbook that creatively combines cultural traditions and cooking techniques.
This cookbook, particularly written to inspire teenagers to create their own flavor, explores the one-of-a-kind experience of the new generation of having a league of their own in the kitchen business of cooking. Teens can still enjoy foods that became popular in the twentieth century while creating new dishes as time moves further into the twenty-first century.
Divided into baking and cooking sections, readers will get recipes on amaretto bran muffins, eggplant fritters, maple corn bread, cheesy potato tarts, shrimp wraps, loaded potato shells, bacon tomato soup with chickpea nuts, Italian wedding soup, asparagus spears with lemon sauce, fried dill pickles, marinated mixed vegetables, and scores of other tasty dishes. Also, readers will have an easier time cooking when they can use spices and herbs from different countries, allowing them to create dishes with new flavors that will stand the test of time.
With detailed instructions that anyone can follow, this book is great for beginners and longtime amateur cooks and chefs alike. Every single recipe has been kitchen tested and can be adjusted up or down in quantity to meet various, personal needs—and they are sure to motivate readers to start creating own and unique dishes.
“Teens: A League of Their Own (A Perfect Culinary Blend: Cooking and Baking Recipes)”
By Christine Burton
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 370 pages | ISBN 9781490765426
E-Book | 370 pages | ISBN 9781490765433
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Christine Burton, a native of Southeastern Wisconsin, earned her doctorate degree in naturopathy from the Clayton College in Alabama. She formerly worked as a cook for a supper club/catering service and also worked in a K-12 school district where she became aware of the students need to cook and bake. Burton taught teens and young adults to cook and bake in her home allowing them to expand their culinary knowledge and create recipes.
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