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Moosewood Restaurant cooks at home

fast and easy recipes for any day
1994
A collection of more than 150 vegetarian recipes from New York's Moosewood Restaurant, covering a range of dishes from soups to salads to stews and desserts, and providing tips and advice on how to stock a pantry without meat, cooking techniques, menu planning, and related topics.

Disney eats

more than 150 recipes for everyday cooking and inspired fun
2020
A collection of recipes inspired by Disney characters, including Woody's cowboy chili, Mickey's turkey meatloaf, Remy's ratatouille, Tiana's shrimp and remoulade, Olaf sundae, and hidden Mickey blueberry pie.

Kids' snacks

1985
Contains a selection of kids' snack recipes, many of which kids can make themselves. Includes sandwiches, finger foods, drinks, cookies, and treats.

100 techniques

master a lifetime of cooking skills, from basic to bucket list
2020
"... showcases 100 groundbreaking techniques that will transform [one's] cooking life, paired with more than 200 creative, modern recipes that put the techniques into real-world, home-kitchen practice"--Amazon.

Unicorn food

natural recipes for edible rainbows
2018
This rainbow-inspired cookbook is filled with unicorn-themed recipes, including sushi rolls, sandwiches, cakes, smoothies, and more.

Southern Living rotisserie chicken cookbook

101 hearty recipes with store-bought convenience
Contains 101 recipes for dishes that begin with a precooked rotisserie chicken.

The awesome book of edible experiments for kids

2021
"Did you know that all cooking is really chemistry? And that chocolate chip cookies will look--and taste--completely different if you swap out baking powder for baking soda? Or swap out brown sugar for white sugar? In this cookbook packed with 25 edible science experiment recipes kids can do in their own kitchen, chemistry professor and science entertainer Kate the Chemist introduces young scientists to the fascinating world of STEM--and cooking! Kids can make their own: chocolate-covered pretzels, rainbow pasta, ice cream, pretzel bites, and more! Each recipe includes step-by-step instructions, an ingredients list, full-color photographs, a messiness factor rating, and a note from Kate explaining the science behind each delicious treat"--From the publisher's web site.

Spiders

2021
Readers will learn about spiders and make arts and crafts.

The tale of tea

2021
Readers will learn how tea is harvested.

The story of sugar

2021
Sugar sweetens some of the tastiest treats, including the cookies you'll find at the Cookie Jar food truck. The story of sugar is a pretty sweet tale.

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