Teen cook Sam Stern shares more of his favourite recipes which are designed to keep hungry teenagers like himself on the go. Sam’s passion for cooking shines through all his recipes and his good explanations about nutrition give a sound background to why they are worth following. From simple breakfasts of eggs and porridge to roasts and fish pie for family meals, Sam’s instructions are easy to follow while the accompanying photographs make all the dishes look mouth-watering. ~ Julia Eccleshare
What's cooking? Find out in this cool cookbook - written by a teenager, for teenagers Sam Stern shares dozens of his favourite 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 omelettes are best for busy school nights; for weekends there are serious dinners like homemade lasagne 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 boosted during dreaded exam time.
Visit www.samstern.co.uk for more recipe ideas and cooking tips.
This is a cracking book by a great young lad - get the teenagers cooking! Jamie Oliver
The layout of the book is great, the ideas are good and the food is geared to what young people like...definitely the most teenage-friendly cookbook we've used. Sunday Express
Publication date: 06/02/2014
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
|Publication date:||6th February 2014|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction, Cookery, Food and Drink,|
|Categories:||Cooking & food (Children's / Teenage),|
Sam Stern is passionate about food and has been cooking for as long as he can remember. Sam's previous bestselling cookbooks, Cooking Up A Storm (2005), Real Food Real Fast (2006), Get Cooking (2007), Sam Stern's Student Cookbook (2008) and Eat Vegetarian (2010) have been translated into 14 languages and have established Sam as the voice for keen young cooks. Sam is now studying Politics, Sociology and Business at Edinburgh University and continues to cook, write and campaign about food issues. Author Location: Edinburgh. Author photo © Jeffrey SternMore About Sam Stern