100 recipes to become a self-made cooking superstar. Fire up your curiosity to try new foods and impress your family and friends. The How-To Cookbook for Teens will help you learn the basics of cooking and baking, while having fun creating incredible meals (and memories) from scratch. The recipes in this cookbook for teens begin with the fundamentals, then take your skills to the next level. Start with perfect scrambled eggs, and then work your way up to fancy egg dishes like omelets and Cheesy Breakfast Bacon Muffins. There's nothing like eating and sharing food you made yourself.
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The how-to cookbook for teens : 100 easy recipes to learn the basics / Julee Morrison ; photography by Jennifer Chong.
Emeryville, California : Rockridge Press, 
xiii, 153 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cm.
How to prepare like a chef -- How to cook like a chef -- Breakfast -- Snacks and sides -- Soups and salads -- Solo meal -- Family meals -- Desserts.
Quick and easy cooking--Juvenile literature.
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Chong, Jennifer, 1978-
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