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For the first time ever, America’s Test Kitchen Kids is bringing their rigorous testing, kitchen knowhow, and hands-on learning to teenagers in the... [Read More]
For the first time ever, America’s Test Kitchen Kids is bringing their rigorous testing, kitchen knowhow, and hands-on learning to teenagers in the kitchen. Fiercely independent and searching for culinary adventure, teen chefs are ready for exciting, global recipes made to share with friends and family—with the support of fundamental kitchen techniques and approachable instruction. Set for release on March 1, 2022, The Complete Cookbook for Teen Chefs offers just that, filled with over 70 recipes that have been tested and approved by thousands of teens from across the country. Whether a teen is looking to make Tik Tok-worthy sticky buns or a simple egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches before school, The Complete Cookbook for Teenage Chefs has something for everyone. With recipes ranging from Biang Biang Mian (Hand-Pulled Noodles) to Steak Tacos with Charred Corn Salsa, Arepas to Congee, French Fries and Cheeseburger Sliders to Apple-Cider Donuts, this book features helpful sidebars to ensure that teens can learn more about why a recipe works, and how to take their recipes to the next level.
While there were major variations from region to region and from season to season, in general, the traditional diets of Indigenous peoples of North... [Read More]
While there were major variations from region to region and from season to season, in general, the traditional diets of Indigenous peoples of North America were remarkably healthy--high in protein and nutrients, low in salt, sugar and nearly without refined carbohydrates, featuring large and small game, waterfowl, eggs, fish and seafood, tubers, berries, tree roots, grasses, seeds and cultivated food crops. As a classically trained chef of First Nations heritage, David Wolfman has a passion for bringing these traditional food sources together with European cooking techniques. In Cooking with the Wolfman, he and his wife, Marlene, share recipes gathered from David's career as a caterer, culinary professor and host of a popular cooking show, as well as a few family favourites, like an updated version of Marlene's great-grandmother's recipe for pemmican. Covering everything from the origin of bannock to the finer points of filleting a fish, Cooking with the Wolfman is accessible to readers of every culinary skill level, with step-by-step instructions and charts covering the fundamentals of cooking, from knife handling techniques, choosing cuts of meat and making stocks and sauces to home smoking. From foodies who want to try locally foraged ingredients to Indigenous cooks looking for new ways to enjoy familiar traditional foods, David Wolfman's easy-to-follow recipes make Indigenous Fusion available to everyone. With over one hundred recipes including Buffalo Egg Rolls with Mango Strawberry Dip, Buttery Bourbon Hot-Smoked Oysters, Slow-Cooked Ginger Caribou Shanks, and Blackened Sea Scallops with Cream of Pumpkin as well as beautiful colour photographs, Cooking with the Wolfman will inspire readers to bring more traditional foods into their kitchens.
Crosshatching is a drawing technique that emerged in Medieval Europe and was perfected by Old Masters such as Dürer and Rembrandt. It later fell... [Read More]
Crosshatching is a drawing technique that emerged in Medieval Europe and was perfected by Old Masters such as Dürer and Rembrandt. It later fell out of favor and into obscurity with the advent of the offset printing press. Recently, ink drawing has enjoyed a huge resurgence in popularity, and the art community on Instagram has embraced crosshatching anew. With its impressive historical roots and realistic results, it is seen as the sophisticated, fine-art alternative to more stylized techniques in graphic novels and commercial illustrations. This practical book takes readers from the very basics of crosshatching through to drawing concepts such as light, shape and shadow. For each topic -- still life, portraiture, figure drawing and landscapes -- August Lamm uses a combination of fine-art examples, illustrations and step-by-step tutorials to take the reader through the fascinating and accessible process of crosshatching, from perception to execution. This is a comprehensive guide, suitable for beginners and artists of every level.
Even after taking Driver's Ed and passing that dreaded road test, there are so many things new drivers need to learn about the practical aspects of... [Read More]
Even after taking Driver's Ed and passing that dreaded road test, there are so many things new drivers need to learn about the practical aspects of driving that will only come from experience. Handing over the keys is a traumatic rite of passage for parents, and they will sleep better knowing that The Driving Book is in their teens' glove compartments. Covering virtually every scenario a new driver may face, from changing a tire to negotiating privileges with parents to handling a car in bad weather, Karen Gravelle helps teen drivers navigate through tricky new territory-on the road and at home. This reissue features updated information for today's tech-savvy teen drivers.
Mouth-watering vegan food you'll crave -- everyday. She's back! In her follow-up to the bestselling The Edgy Veg, Candice Hutchings, the face of the... [Read More]
Mouth-watering vegan food you'll crave -- everyday. She's back! In her follow-up to the bestselling The Edgy Veg, Candice Hutchings, the face of the Edgy Veg YouTube channel (443,000+ subscribers, 266,000+ average monthly views) returns with The Edgy Veg Easy Eats, a collection of 106 brand-new recipes that don't sacrifice creativity or bold flavor for ease or time. Candice's recipes are always as exciting and original as she is and in these deliciously designed pages, you'll find vegan food built differently. This is food that satisfies every craving. Everything from Lazy Lasagna to impress your main squeeze to tasty one-pot dinners like Easy Breezy Creamy Chic-Peas for when you've got a case of the Mondays. Candice is serving you finger-licking and lightning-fast appetizers (think Fancy Fall Charcuterie Board) and no-fuss desserts, such as Chipsy Marshmallow Treats, for when you need a sweet-fix in a hurry. Flip open to any page, and each recipe will take you no longer than 45 minutes to make, while never compromising your need for great taste. No more backbreaking, long-haul, wallet-robbing treks to the fancy health food store for you. In no time at all, you will be serving up vegan dinner with an attitude and a cheeky side. Whether life throws you lemons or tosses you a bone, we all need to eat -- preferably really tasty food -- and, as always, Edgy Veg has got your back!
This full-color, hardcover edition features a brand-new design with a foreword by J. Kenji López-Alt, 8,000 substitutions, custom hand-drawn... [Read More]
This full-color, hardcover edition features a brand-new design with a foreword by J. Kenji López-Alt, 8,000 substitutions, custom hand-drawn illustrations by Emily Isabella, and 24 new recipes, increasing the total to 188 recipes. Have you ever been in the middle of making a meal only to discover you have run out of a key ingredient or don't own a specialty pan called for in the recipe? Or maybe, you want to create a different flavor or texture for a tried-and-true family dish by experimenting with something new and exciting. The answer to these dilemmas? Substitute. But the internet doesn't always have reliable answers or accurate replacements. Winner of an International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) award, The Food Substitutions Bible, now in an expanded, updated and revised third edition, is the authoritative guide to making substitutions in the kitchen. In one comprehensive, easy-to-use book that's organized from A to Z, bestselling author David Joachim has compiled creative and clear options to solve cooking conundrums. Now the book offers more than 8,000 alternative ingredients, equipment and techniques plus 188 simple recipes, covering emergency substitutions, time-saving substitutions, healthy substitutions, alternatives for hard-to-find ingredients, vegan and kosher alternatives, and ideas for varying the flavor of a dish in countless ways. You'll also find over 30 ingredients charts and measurements tables to help decipher things like selecting fresh chiles according to their Scoville Heat Unit, making flour substitutions based on taste or gluten/protein content, and choosing pan size equivalents. Don't have mirin? Use a mixture of sherry and sugar instead. Looking for a less-rich alternative to whipped cream? Evaporated milk whips up surprisingly well and makes a creamy, lower-calorie substitute you can dollop onto your favorite desserts. Can't find your fondue pot? Use a heavy stoneware dish set on a warming tray or heating pad. David gives you all the information you need to improvise with confidence at home or in a commercial kitchen. This classic reference book is a must-have for every kitchen and a wonderful gift for every occasion.
Get Started: Crochet teaches beginners basic stitches and shows how to start crocheting with 20 easy projects, including hats, blankets, and baby... [Read More]
Get Started: Crochet teaches beginners basic stitches and shows how to start crocheting with 20 easy projects, including hats, blankets, and baby clothes. Perfect for beginners who want to learn a new craft, DK's Get Started: Crochet takes a "do and learn" approach by starting simple and building new skills, using photographed techniques to help people learn step-by-step.
Learn Chinese with a new twist! This full-color illustrated handbook introduces and explains Han characters and idioms through the language of emoji.... [Read More]
Learn Chinese with a new twist! This full-color illustrated handbook introduces and explains Han characters and idioms through the language of emoji. Even though their dates of origin are millennia apart, the languages of Chinese and emoji share similarities that the average smartphone user might find surprising. These "hanmoji" parallels offer an exciting new way to learn Chinese--and a fascinating window into the evolution of Chinese Han characters. Packed with fun illustrations and engaging descriptions, The Hanmoji Handbook brings to life the ongoing dialogue between the visual elements of Chinese characters and the language of emoji. At once entertaining and educational, this unique volume holds sure appeal for readers who use emojis, anyone interested in learning Chinese, and those who love quirky, visual gift books.
An empowering collection of delicious, practical recipes that will teach young adults and kitchen novices all the skills they need to cook for... [Read More]
An empowering collection of delicious, practical recipes that will teach young adults and kitchen novices all the skills they need to cook for themselves--from a James Beard Award-winning chef and author. Acclaimed chef, TV star, and dedicated father Hugh Acheson taught his teenage daughters that cooking is an essential life skill. But he also knew that people don't need to cook like a chef to feed themselves and their friends. Really, they only need to learn a handful of skills to enjoy a lifetime of cooking. So, in How to Cook, Hugh distills the cooking lessons that everyone should master into twenty-five basic building blocks: easy-to-grasp recipes that can turn anyone, young or old, into a confident home cook. Each of these recipes teaches a fundamental skill, such as roasting or whisking together a classic vinaigrette, and each stands alone as a stellar back-pocket basic. After laying the groundwork, Hugh then offers recipes that expand on these foundations, whether it's remixing the flavors of one of the basic recipes, or combining a couple of them, to show you how you can produce a lifetime's worth of dishes. This is the book Hugh is going to give his kids as they head off to college, knowing that they'll be prepared to feed themselves for the rest of their lives.
Recipes and stories to learn all about Korea's food culture. Recipes, anecdotes, histories and stories, maps, techniques, stylings, utensils, native... [Read More]
Recipes and stories to learn all about Korea's food culture. Recipes, anecdotes, histories and stories, maps, techniques, stylings, utensils, native ingredients -- this is a colorful invitation to discover the look and aromas and flavors of Korea. What is the five color philosophy? What is Korean table etiquette? How do you make kimchi, region by region? What do you find in traditional markets, and in contemporary restaurants? How do you make Bibimbap? Are there North Korean specialties? (The answer is yes!). Do Koreans traditionally eat dessert? (The answer is no!). The answers to these questions and many, many more can be found in this charmingly illustrated book. You'll learn about Korean meal composition, tableware and utensils, staples, condiments and sauces, everyday dishes, famous Korean fermented foods, doughs and noodles, celebratory party dishes, pork and chicken vs. seafood, temple foods and lucky foods -- it's all here in a compact text enlivened by color illustrations. The design is warm, easy-to-follow and fun to read from beginning to end, so this is a book many will want to own or give to friends and family.
This intriguing collection contains more than 275 optical illusions that appear to change before your eyes. Al Seckel carefully selected both... [Read More]
This intriguing collection contains more than 275 optical illusions that appear to change before your eyes. Al Seckel carefully selected both well-known images, such as Shepard's tabletop, Wade's spiral, Ames room and Rubin's face/vase, and many lesser-known, but no less effective, illusions. Every type of optical illusion is here, along with notes about the science of each visual perception and how the illusions work. Among the baffling images and shapes are: Figure/ground illusions, in which one shape switches into another then back again Ambiguous figures Impossible objects Trompe l'oeil Stereo illusions. With illusions rendered in photography, artwork and computer imaging, and a huge variety of themes and effects, Optical Illusions dazzles both the mind and the eye.
More than 75 fresh, flavorful, seasonal recipes from award-winning chef and the 2016 Chopped Teen Grand Champion, Eliana de Las Casas. With her... [Read More]
More than 75 fresh, flavorful, seasonal recipes from award-winning chef and the 2016 Chopped Teen Grand Champion, Eliana de Las Casas. With her newest book, Chef Eliana inspires kids, teens, and families to embrace seasonal cooking and to use fresh, local ingredients when possible. Eliana is particularly in tune with seasonal cooking--she has been working with and performing live cooking demos at farmers' markets for many years. Arranged by season (spring, summer, fall, and winter) each section of the book will have 20 recipes showcasing the best ingredients of that season. Recipes are divided by ingredient, so with arugula available in the spring you can make an easy skillet lasagna. Use watermelon in the summer to create Watermelon Panzanella; in the fall, extra apples can be baked into an inside-out apple pie, and winter cabbage for Latin Slaw will warm you up in the colder months. Eliana's mission is to inspire families to cook creatively for themselves and to gain skill and experience in the kitchen so that they live healthier lives.
A playful and engaging cookbook, written by teenage media stars The Kitchen Twins, with more than 75 accessible, fun, and delicious recipes for... [Read More]
A playful and engaging cookbook, written by teenage media stars The Kitchen Twins, with more than 75 accessible, fun, and delicious recipes for everyday cooking. Lyla and Emily Allen may not be in high school yet, but they know their way around the kitchen. They've been cooking for years (at home and on The Rachael Ray Show) but they know that many kids their age haven't, so they quickly put beginners at ease with friendly advice, confidence-building pep talks, and step-by-step directions. They also introduce kids to the basic tools a young chef needs, telling them how to stay safe in the kitchen and outlining techniques ranging from knife cuts to mise en place. In short, there's something for everyone, from beginners to budding pros. With more than 75 recipes to choose from--including entrees, sides, school lunches, smoothies, snacks, and desserts--kids will have the chance to try dozens of new foods and master a wide range of cooking skills. As a bonus, all of the recipes include gluten-free options--so kids who don't eat gluten will be delighted that they can enjoy every offering!