Favorite Cookbooks

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These are the cookbooks that inspired Young Chefs Cooking Club members, when they selected recipes they wished to prepare over the course of the after-school program.

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Chef Bobo’s Good Food Cookbook, by Robert W. Surles

Cooking Light Global Kitchen, by David Joachim

Emeril’s There’s a Chef in My Soup! By Emeril Lagasse

Fresh Choices, by David Joachim and Rochelle Davis

Joy of Cooking, by Irma S. Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker, and Ethan Becker

Junior Leagues In the Kitchen with Kids: Everyday Recipes & Activities for Healthy Living

Karen Martini Cooking at Home, by Karen Martini

My Mom’s a Good Cooker, by Gabrielle Krivonak

Real Cooking for Kids, by Rob Seideman

Sara’s Secrets for Weeknight Meals, by Sara Moulton

Taste of Africa, by Rosemund Grant

Taste Pure and Simple, by Michel Nischan

The African American Heritage Cookbook, by Carolyn Quick Tillery

The Around the World Cookbook, by Linda Fraser and Sarah Ainley

The Book of Latin American Cooking, by Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz

The Epicurious Cookbook, by Tanya Steel and the editors of Epicurious

The Family Table, by Christy Rost

The Food You Crave, by Ellie Krieger

The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Children’s Cookbook, by Marianne Zanzarella and Tom Eckerle

The International Cookbook for Kids, by Matthew Locricchio

The Kids’ Multicultural Cookbook, by Deanna F. Cook

The Mom 100 Cookbook, by Katie Workman

The Spatulatta Cookbook, by Isabella and Olivia Gerasole

The Superchef Series: The Cooking of Brazil, China, France, Greece, India, Italy, Mexico and Thailand, by Matthew Locricchio

Williams-Sonoma Fun Food, by Stephanie Rosenbaum

Williams-Sonoma The Kids Cookbook, by Abigail J. Dodge



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