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Cooking up a storm / Sam Stern, with Susan Stern.

Stern, Sam, 1990- (author.). Stern, Susan, 1951- (Added Author).

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  • 2 of 3 copies available at SC LENDS.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Calhoun - Main Library YA 641.5 STE (Text) 30102100313731 Young Adult Room Available -
Lancaster - Lancaster Branch J 641.5 STE (Text) 30553101849638 Juvenile Non-Fiction Storage -
Williamsburg - Kingstree YA 641.5 STERN (Text) 32955831110959 Young Adult Non-Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781415683798
  • ISBN: 1415683794
  • ISBN: 076362988X
  • ISBN: 9780763629885
  • Physical Description: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Edition: First U.S. edition.
  • Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2006.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Brilliant breakfasts -- Cool, quick lunches -- School recovery -- Evening chill-out -- Impress your crowd -- When friends stop by -- Weekend family meals -- Desserts, yum! -- Party, party, party -- Exam survival -- Essential extras -- Sam's top 20 tips -- Index.
Summary, etc.:
Sam Stern is a fourteen-year-old student who excels in drama and creative writing. Like many of his friends -- and his mother and mentor, Susan Stern -- he loves to cook and eat. Sam enjoys sports, fishing, climbing with his older brother, and going out to hear all kinds of music, including indie rock and jazz. He is rarely seen without an iPod. What's cooking? An enthusiastic young chef shares his teen-tested tips and recipes for everything from breakfast to dinner, desserts to brain-boosting snacks. A kid's gotta eat -- and what better way to make sure that the food on your plate hits the spot than to make it yourself? Fourteen-year-old Sam Stern, with a bit of help from his mom, Susan, is more than happy to share dozens of his favorite recipes for all occasions. There are pancakes for breakfast and easy lunches like soup or salad to pack up for school. Quick meals like spaghetti or omelette's are best for busy school nights; for weekends there are serious dinners like homemade lasagna or whole roasted chicken. And don't forget fancy, mouth-watering desserts; addictive but healthy snacks; and even special menus and suggestions to help keep your brain awake during dreaded exam time. Especially geared toward teen readers is the lively running commentary from Sam, plus colorful photos of food preparation and the ultimate chef's reward: feasting with friends.
Subject: Cookery.
Young adult literature.

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