Addy's Cook Book: A Peek at Dining in the Past With Meals You Can Cook Today (American Girls Pastimes Collection)
|Rating||:||4.23 (603 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||44 Pages|
GA said "Education Meets Fun and Flavor". This was purchased as a gift to a young girl who loves to cook, read, and learn about African American History. This one single gift met all of these criteria and more. She learned about this phase of African American history, to cook the wonderful recipes of that time period that were offered within the book, and reading the stories were of interest and informative. Great product on so many levels; certainly made me look good!. Simply the best! A Customer I love this cookbook! I've tried almost all the recipies and they are all really good! Especially the shortbread wich I have made more times than I can even remember. I love to bake and cook, and this book is one of my favrite books to cook from, thanks Jodi Evert! Keep up the good work!. "Good cooking book for preteens" according to Ms. Sherry Brooks. My granddaughter borrowed this book from her grammar school library and it is awesome. I had to purchase it for the recipes and we are enjoying southern cooking.
Through words and pictures, with recipes and instructions, they will learn to make Addy's favorite foods.. Young cooks can learn about cooking in the Civil War era
Breakfast dishes include grits, pork sausage and gravy, buttermilk biscuits (made with lard), fried apples, and scrambled eggs. From School Library Journal Grade 4-8?This slender, 18-recipe theme cookbook is historically accurate, thoroughly researched, and well documented. Descriptions of an Emancipation Celebration and a Juneteenth Party appear at the end of the book, along with suggested games, foods, table settings, clothing, decorations, and music. This is in no way a heart-healthy offering, but it is a faithful description of dishes of the late 1800s a