Cooking

The Sleepover Cookbook

By Hallie Warshaw

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A collection of kid-tested recipes, suitable for a sleepover or any time. Includes recipes, using readymade ingredients, for desserts, snacks, lunch, supper and breakfast dishes, soups, and salads.
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Duck Soup

By Jackie Urbanovic

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Maxwell Duck is trying to invent a soup that everyone will remember him for, but when he goes out to look for the missing ingredient and his friends show up, they think he has fallen into the soup.
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Colonial Virginia Cookery

By Jane Carson

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Cooking methods and recipes as done by Virginia's colonists. Recipes are drawn from period cookbooks by Mrs. Custis, Mrs. Randolph, Mrs. Glasse, and numerous others. Dressing trout, stewing oysters, making ice cream, dressing mutton, and layering trifles were part and parcel of colonial cooking.
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The Robert E. Lee Family Cooking and Housekeeping Book

By Anne Carter Zimmer

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"With recipes for breads, cakes, puddings, sweets, soups, main dishes, vegetables, drinks, and home remedies, The Robert E. Lee Family Cooking and Housekeeping Book will serve as a ready reference on traditional American cookery. For each entry, the author provides the original recipe, helpful notes on the ingredients and techniques employed, and instructions--based on careful kitchen testing--for adapting the recipe in the modern kitchen. Peppered throughout with family stories and illustrated with photographs from the Lee family and other archives, the book is both an informative investigation of southern foodways and a fascinating look at one family's household history."
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Eating Well Through Cancer: Easy Recipes & Recommendations During & After Treatment

By Holly Clegg & Gerald Miletello

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Designed for cancer patients and their family, these easy-to-follow recipes focus on foods best tolerated and those to ease the symptoms during treatment. With an oncologist's chapter introduction, doctor's notes, menu planning, tips, nutritional analysis, diabetic exchanges, Eating Well Through Cancer serves as a guide for nutrition before, during, and after cancer treatment.
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One Bite at a Time: Nourishing Recipes for Cancer Survivors and Their Friends

By Rebecca Katz with Mat Edelson

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Chef Rebecca Katz shares delicious, nourishing recipes for cancer patients, who often experience culinary ups and downs because of sudden dietary restrictions and poor appetite due to damaged taste buds from harsh treatments. Revised and updated with 10 new recipes, this second edition provides caretakers with a tangible way to nurture loved ones through easy-to-digest meals that offer maximum flavor while boosting the immune system.
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My Cup Runneth Over: The Life of Angelica Cookson Potts

By Cherry Whytock

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Believing she is too big, fourteen-year-old Angel tries dieting and kick-boxing to lose weight, but thanks to her friends and the school fashion show, she discovers that her size is just right. Includes recipes.

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My Very Own Mother's Day: a book of cooking and crafts

By Robin West

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Provides suggestions for celebrating Mother's Day through recipes and instructions for various crafts.

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