Super Sandwiches: Wrap 'em, Stack 'em, Stuff 'em

Super Sandwiches: Wrap 'em, Stack 'em, Stuff 'em

by Rose Dunnington
     
 

Whether for lunch, afternoon snacks, quick dinners, or to sate those anytime munchies, there’s nothing like a sandwich. It’s simple, delicious, and easy for kids to make—especially with this appetizing cookbook at hand. Why go for boring bologna or tired tuna when these yummy, healthy culinary creations will satisfy every kid’s appetite for…  See more details below

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Whether for lunch, afternoon snacks, quick dinners, or to sate those anytime munchies, there’s nothing like a sandwich. It’s simple, delicious, and easy for kids to make—especially with this appetizing cookbook at hand. Why go for boring bologna or tired tuna when these yummy, healthy culinary creations will satisfy every kid’s appetite for food and cooking fun? And all the basics are explained, including how to sauté ingredients, grill whole sandwiches, and broil for perfect cheese melting. The lip-smacking, child-appealing sensations include Southern-style True BBQ on a bun, Sloppy Joes, and Cowboy Quesadillas with homemade Texas Caviar. Or kids can wrap it up with an Edgy Veggie combo.

Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
Gr 6 Up
The first book describes the science involved in baking, but not before new bakers develop confidence with bread from preceding recipes. Sandwiches opens with a thoughtful introduction that describes best practices and suggests that teens are ready for foods more refined than peanut butter and jelly, and are capable of preparing them. The results will clearly impress the lunchroom crowd. Dunnington's tone will appeal to new cooks for its pithy attitude and can-do, casual approach to food, despite the sophistication of the meals presented. The two titles complement each other, with breads featured in one being useful for sandwiches in the other. Some recipes include tips on how to make a variation of the dish, such as using different fruit in Spectacular Strawberry Shortcake. Exceptional full-page color photos entice and provide an accurate representation of the finished products. Everyone loves a cook, and Dunnington makes sure the popularity factor is emphasized along with many good eats. With spiral-bound pages encased within a sturdy cardboard cover, terrific photos, and enticing recipes, these books are must-haves.
—Janet S. ThompsonCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781579907815
Publisher:
Lark Books NC
Publication date:
10/28/2006
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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