This cookbook is aimed at getting even the pickiest kids to eat healthier foods with flavorful recipes that Chef Bobo developed while working in the kitchen at New York’s K-12 Calhoun School. Try the recipe for Cilantro, Tomato, Cucumber and Yogurt Raita using local late summer tomatoes and cucumbers.
This book highlights fresh fruits and vegetables through the ABC’s, with a fun and creative poem for each letter. Beyond just the ABC’s are fun facts and activities including recipes and book recommendations about each featured produce. Check out the recipes for Applewiches and Pot of Gold Biscuits that can be made with local Apples and
FoodMASTER provides lessons that allow students to apply their math and science skills to real-world practices in the kitchen. The teacher edition explains what teachers are responsible for throughout the class, and suggests how to space out the lesson so time is used as efficiently as possible. The student edition provides fun classroom activities and
Lacey Sher and Gail Doherty are the founders and chefs of New Jersey’s favorite organic vegan restaurant “Down to Earth”, and they’ve decided to pass on some of their favorite recipes to the rest of us vegetable-loving earthlings. Although all the recipes are vegan, anyone can enjoy these simple and healthy dishes!
Have you ever been interested in starting a garden but felt too overwhelmed to do so? Perhaps you felt like you didn’t have the right knowledge, skills, or enough time to do so. Well, prepare to leave those excuses behind! This book offers 43 different gardening projects and activities that are perfect for people who
Whether you’re a cook that gardens, a gardener that cooks, or a person that just loves fresh fruits and vegetables, you will be left motivated and hungry after thumbing through this cookbook! Andrea Chesman, a chef that loves to garden, brings her readers 175 simple and delicious recipes that are organized according to their harvesting
Foxfire 4, released in the Fall of 1977, continues to compile the best articles that inform readers on topics such as knifemaking, wood carving, gardening, fiddle making, and much more. Anyone that has a love of the Appalachian mountains and is interested in rediscovering the advantages of living a simple life will enjoy this read!
In the eleventh volume of Foxfire, teachers, students, and other Appalachian community members continue to spread their stories to remind people that simple living still exists. This book includes many articles that teach us creative ways to become self-sufficient, make natural homemade remedies, take part in home crafts, and cook delicious, southern meals. Anyone interested