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A Teen Guide To Eco-gardening, Food, And Cooking
"Eco-Guides are trendy, stylish books that give school-age readers realistic and practical advice on how they can live an eco-conscious life, right now. And that action can be taken by themselves, with their family, or as part of a school or community group. In this book, readers learn how to grow things in even the smallest of spaces, source eco-friendly food, think about water, energy and packaging waste, and prepare delicious dishes."
The Saturday Cooking Club #1
Can their friendships take the heat? A trio of mothers and daughters will find out when they sign up for a cooking class from a famous chef in the first book of the Saturday Cooking Club series-it's mother-daughter bonding and so much more!
Liza and Frankie have always been best friends. But when new girl Lillian arrives from San Francisco, suddenly three's a crowd. Especially after the trio is grouped together for a big sixth-grade social studies project-can they put aside their animosity long enough to succeed? When Liza suggests they all take a cooking class with the chef from her favorite cooking show for the project, the girls are on board, but they need an adult to take the class with them. It seems like the perfect opportunity to snag some quality time with their overscheduled, overstressed mothersif they can convince them to sign up!
Several headaches and close calls later, the girls at last find themselves in Chef Antonio's kitchen with their mothers in tow-but the drama is only just beginning!
A Year Of Cooking Like Mummyji
A Year Of Cooking Like Mummyji picks up where Vicky's critically acclaimed debut, Cooking Like Mummyji, left off, exploring British-Asian cooking in the context of her family and, in this new title, of the seasons.
A year of ceremonies and festivals as varied as Holi, Easter, Mother's Day, Rakshabandhan, weddings, Eid, Ramadan, Dassera, Diwali, birthdays, Lohri, Christmas and Valentine's Day are each celebrated through specially selected dishes and Vicky's trademark refreshing text.
Spring recipes include South Indian Vegetables and Lentils in a Sweet and Hot Sauce; Saffron and Pistachio Rasmalai; Sweet Dosa with Raspberry and Blueberry Mascarpone; Chilli Cheese Parathe; Raspberry Sharbart.
Summer recipes include: Green Masala Roast Chicken Breasts; Corn Cobettes; Hot Fruit Chaat; Gujarati Savoury Sponge; Kachumbar; Rooh Afza.
Autumn recipes include: Black Pepper and Fresh Coriander Lamb; Gobi di Sabji; Zeera Chaul; Mini Pickling Spice-Stuffed Aubergine Bake; Sweet Bhoondi; Coconut and Pistachio Barfi.
Winter recipes include: Mulicoloured Pepper Lamb; Karahi Chicken; Mini Cranberry Tikkia; Spicy Sprouts with Cumin and Mango; Coconut Rose Barfi with Sugared Rose Petals; Mini Black Forest Samose.
About the Author
Vicky Bhogan is the author of Cooking Like Mummyji which won the Jeremy Round Award for Best First Book at the Guild of Food Writers Awards 2004, and was shortlisted for Best Book at the Glenfiddich Awards the same year. She also compiled and contributed to A Fair Feast, a charity cookbook comprising recipes from the food industry and celebrities, with proceeds going to Oxfam and the Fairtrade Foundation as part of the Make Poverty History campaign.