Wednesday, October 8, 2014

FURTURE CHEFS by Ramin Ganeshram

Future Chefs has recipes from young chefs young as ten years old who started cooking as young as six years old. The majorities of recipes is either vegetarian or vegan and according to the ingredients and instructions are filling and easy to prepare. Young future chefs has amazing and inspiring life stories along with great recipes to learn, enjoy, and share with family and friends alike.

From the eight chapters I am sharing recipes that are appealing to my tastes and hopefully yours as well.

Chapter 1: Great Beginnings (Soups/Salads)
Refreshing Thai Salad
Amber Kelly/10 – Woodinville, Washington

Chapter 2: Snack Attack (Appetizers/Snacks
Dairy-Free Cheesy Kale Chips (Vegetarian)
Gabe Rubin/6 – Portland Oregon

Chapter 3: Garden Variety (Vegetables)
Southern Fried Okra & Green Tomatoes (Vegetarian)
Birke Baehr/8 (& Granddaddy) – Knoxville, Tennessee

Chapter 4: Great Grains (Pasta/Grains)
Veggie-Stuffed Pasta Shells
Anup Ramsundar/15 – Waterloo, Caraplehaima, Trinidad & Tobago

Chapter 5: The Meat of the Matter (Fish/Chicken/Meat) 24 recipes
Garlic Shrimp & Grits
Myka Jackson/10 – Lexington, Kentucky

Grilled Caribbasian Citrus Chicken
Marshall Bennett/17 – McLean, Virginia

Shepard Pie
Jack Witherspoon/14 – Redondo Beach, California

Chapter 6: On the Rise (Bread, Muffins, & Rolls)
Rosemary Bread with Balsamic Dipping Sauce
Koa Halpern/15 – Denver, Colorado

Chapter 7: Sweet! (Sweets) 23 recipes
Amish-Style Sugar Cookies
Bratty (Mya) Crocker/12 – Texas

Superfruit Crumble
Daniel Hamilton/11 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sweet Potato Ice Cream
Mason Estrada/High School Junior – Rockwall, Texas

Chapter 8: Sipz (Beverages)
Organic Festival Lemonade
Jade Serenity/12 – Spring Mills, Pennsylvania

Spinach Smoothie
Vanessa Arnold/17 – Chicago, Illinois

This is a cookbook to add to your culinary bookshelf as well as a great gifting opportunity to young chefs you know for encouragement in the culinary arts field no matter what obstacles are placed in their path.

I received this book free from Rodale Inc. through the Net Galley reviewer program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines.

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