Cookbook Launch: New Favorites for New Cooks: 50 Delicious Recipes for Kids to Make by Carolyn Federman

Cookbook Launch: New Favorites for New Cooks: 50 Delicious Recipes for Kids to Make by Carolyn Federman

Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

POWERHOUSE @ the Archway
28 Adams Street (Corner of Adams & Water Street @ the Archway)
Brooklyn , NY 11201

RSVP appreciated. Please fill out the form at the bottom of this page if you plan on attending.

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“The most simple yet delicious recipes”
—Alice Waters

A smart and fun cookbook for kids of all ages showcasing delicious, healthy, and seasonal recipes, and packed with tips and tricks for using a knife, picking out the best ingredients, and making great food for any time of the day.

Come taste samples from the book and hear Carolyn’s tips and tricks to get your kids cooking and tasting new foods!

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About the Book.
New Favorites for New Cooks is a cookbook for kids that is in sync with the way we cook and eat now. Food educator Carolyn Federman introduces the concepts of seasonal, organic, and local through delicious and easy recipes that kids can tackle on their own. With fresh ingredients and easy recipes, kids will learn to cook dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as snacks, drinks, and desserts.

Recipes like Melty Pesto Paninis, Sizzling Fried Rice, Chopped Greek Salad, Sparkling Mint Limeade, and Chocolate Lava Cupcakes are filling and satisfying to make and eat, and each recipe is accompanied by beautiful and instructive photography.


p1033392207-6.jpgAbout the Author.
Carolyn Federman is the founder of the Charlie Cart Project, a nonprofit that provides tools and curriculum for food education in schools. Carolyn has worked in food education for years, leading Alice Waters’s Edible Schoolyard Project, consulting on policy and program development for the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, co-founding the Berkeley Food Institute, producing UC Berkeley’s Edible Education course with Michael Pollan, and teaching cooking in schools. Carolyn lives in Berkeley, California, with her two teenagers.


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