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Overview Reviews of the previous edition: "This is a great cookbook for the younger and inexperienced cook. The range of delicious recipes include: chunky guacamole and other dips creamy pumpkin, minestrone and potato soups authentic Greek salad, cheery carrot and raisin salad pancakes, crepes and scrambled eggs beef stew, nearly normal shepherd's pie and sloppy joes fried rice, stuffed peppers and thermonuclear chicken wings amazing chocolate cake and chocolate chip cookies. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. View Product.
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Using a delightful combination of personal correspondence, historical anecdotes, and I found this book to be an absolute lifesaver and has made me less intimidated about trying new things in the kitchen or tackling some gnarly hardcore recipe. By Paradise Dog Mom on Mar 24, Even though the book is written for teens, it has been great for me.
I'm in my thirties and I hate cooking. I made three of the recipies out of this book already and my husband ate them! Seriously, this book is great because the author takes you through the recipes with easy instructions for extreme beginners like me.
In no other cookbook have I found recipes for simple things like meatballs. In the back there is also a section with menu for entertaining. Hooray for Evelyn Raab!
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Lin on Aug 26, I bought this book for my teen brother and its really good. This past weekend we made some of the stuff and it acutally turned out right and it tasted really good. Our parents even loved the food. Good gift for anyone young or old. Finally now my brother can cook himself, instead of having someone do it for him! Even though there were no pictures the instructions and general book was easy to use.
Good tips in this book. Since my brother is brining this up to college with him i'm getting another for myself. Sndr on Dec 20, I'm going to be 16 very soon, and this book is just perfect. I can impress my family with delicous meals, and it's all because of this book. The recipes are easy to follow, and easy to make.
It's also pretty funny in some parts. This book inspired me to get off my butt and make a meal. This cook book is fantastic. By Rosesim5 on Nov 03, I bought this book after seeing another book by Raab at a friends house. I bought a copy for our home so that my then teenagers could have a simple easy to use cookbook. It has good basic food that appeals to teens and young adults. It tells how to stock a pantry, tools you will need and other helpful hints about keeping your kitchen clean and operating kitchen appliances.
It even has soup recipes, pizza,meatballs,hummus, cookies and many more yummy recipes. I was going to send this to my son who is away from home for two years serving a church mission but, I couldn't bear to part with it so I sent him his own copy. By Cynthia Ratti on Apr 25, By Caillean Viviane on Sep 20, This book is incredibly simple to use. It does not throw you into the wildly complicated world of cooking. It helps you with the basics.
It is well organized, and has good tips for beginners. It even tells you how to shop and do common kitchen appliance matienence. Organization is helpful in this book made for the beginning chef. It is divided into sections, each informative and humorous. Indexes and lists of tips and facts only add to the appeal of this book. This book's recipes are simple and easy to make. However, this does not mean the recipes are plain or do not turn out well. You will get countless complements on this food when taken to potlucks.
Enjoy Clueless in the Kitchen, it is an excellent buy that will teach you how to cook. Get it today, your taste buds will thank you.
I was drawn to this by the name and the drawing on the cover - both of which I believe are "deceiving. I read reviews but apparently I already had a bias of what I expected.
I expected quite a few pictures even if they were just drawings and there are basically none. I expected easy, quick things that typical teenagers would be drawn to. But things like pineapple upside-down cake, bread pudding, fettuccine with asparagus, eggplant pasta sauce, cooking a turkey, lamb stew, mushroom risotto Unless I'm really out of touch, I don't believe these are recipes most teens would be drawn to. With that said, I think this is a neat little cookbook for maybe a newlywed or someone just starting out in doing some "serious" meal preparation, beyond microwaving and fast foods.
There's a lot of good basic information -- but much more than your average teen would care about. It would be great for a teen who has a pretty strong interest in really learning about foods and cooking, but most teens that already have that interest are not "clueless in the kitchen. By Amazon Customer on Apr 24, I had my first copy taken by my daughter when she married and then the second copy taken by my other daughter when she moved off to college.
I love to cook as do my daughters and have quite a cookbook collection, but this is the best basic cookbook I had - I am ordering another one for myself today. By Slf on Feb 25, This book IS fantastic! My best friend brought it over to my house and together we created a fantastic, elaborate cheesecake -- from scratch! I can make frittatas and burritos, soups and salads. This is a great cookbook for people of ANY age. We're both college seniors and love to cook, and this book is a way to make it all fun for others.
By Jep on Dec 07, I give this cookbook to everyone who tells me that they wish they knew how to cook- I use so many of the recipes still, and refer to the basics it taught me all the time. The food is consistently delicious and everyone I know who has used it loves it. I especially love the menu planning suggestions in the back! By Rebecca on Sep 14, The second copy Ive bought. The best kitchen on the market. It's also full of hints and shortcuts with an adorable sense of humor.
Aimed at pre-teen and up, it is also good for any adult.
Found this book at my daughter's 4th grade book fair and it was tops on her packing list for college years later. I finally missed it so much I looked up amazon and ordered my own copy.
I recommend covering the book in clear contact paper because it comes in paperback. I also ordered the authors' clueless vegetarian cook book and it looks like an easy read. I'm not vegetarian, but just wanted to expand my palette from my mid-western upbringing. By Freezyfbaby on Dec 19, That's exactly what this book does! It lays everything out easy and simple for the reader.
I got this for my girlfriend who, for lack of better words, is afraid of the kitchen. She new the basics - how to make soup and boil some water.
But I love cooking so I want to get her more involved in the kitchen with me, and I have been deemed a "bad teacher" ha. There are pages of measurements and utensils. Even though the title says "Teenagers", this book is great for any ages trying to get started in the kitchen. My favorite part, besides the recipes, are the safety tips.