Potluck Survival Guide: Care & Feeding of the Athletic Supporter

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  • Paperback
  • 202 pages
  • Potluck Survival Guide: Care & Feeding of the Athletic Supporter
  • Cherie Kimmons
  • English
  • 06 April 2017
  • 9781589850736

About the Author: Cherie Kimmons

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Potluck Survival Guide: Care & Feeding of the Athletic SupporterPotluck Survival Guide Takes The Fear Out Of Feeding School, Church And Sports Crowds Kimmons, Who Spent Years In The Cooking Trenches, Shares Her Kid Tested Recipes In Addition To Favourites, She Offers Endless Variations, Modifications For Adults, Advice For Feeding Young Children And Athletes, Buffet Strategies, Decorating Tips And Fun Menu Ideas

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7 thoughts on “Potluck Survival Guide: Care & Feeding of the Athletic Supporter

  1. notyourmonkey says:

    Has pretty much my favorite gumbo recipe ever There are some recipes I don t use, because they re focused on feeding little kids something I don t do often and feature Velveeta, but that s, like, less than five percent of the book Everything else knocks it out of the park and has assured my welcome invitation to brunches and potlucks for years to come Nom nom cream cheese stuffed blueberry french toast nom fried bread nom bok choy salad nommity nom basic guidelines for Epic Vegetable Soup nom.Plus, how can you not love the in depth treatise on mashed potatoes

  2. Ellen Christian says:

    As a mom with two children in a variety of after school activities, I appreciate a cookbook that addresses the need to make meals for larger groups of children This cookbook is perfect for family gatherings, school celebrations, sporting events, or any time you need to feed than four people This cookbook would also work very well for large families with lots of children.The cookbook contains an introduction that discusses feeding children athletes, buffets and food bars The recipe chapters include appetizers, breakfasts, entrees, soups and sandwiches, side dishes, salads, and desserts There is also a section on calculating quantities for larger meals and a section on decorating for presenting your meal.Many of the recipes in the cookbook start with prepared ingredients like instant mashed potatoes, frozen veggies or Ramen noodles This makes the recipes even quicker to cook although it s possible in many instances to substitute the scratch equivalent for a healthy option.The recipes are very easy to follow and have simple, step by step directions for the novice cook There are also notes for each recipe with flavor options or ways to change a kid friendly recipe into a adult taste.My favorite recipe in the cookbook was the Oatmeal Casserole which is made with blueberries and baked in the oven Very tasty The kids loved it and it was easy to make gluten free I want to try the confetti rice too I d definitely suggest this cookbook for anyone who is new to cooking in larger quantities and is looking for easy kid friendly recipes.