Cooking by Color

Cooking by Color

Recipes for Independence

by Joan E Guthrie MedlenJoan Guthrie Medlen and Julie Felton

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 28/01/2011

RRP  $55.95 $41.95
Cooking by Color is more than a cookbook. It is a method. Using color coding, universal design for learning, and plain language, the information in this book is presented to set every cook up for a successful experience in the kitchen. Originally designed for teens and adults with disabilities, the system is useful to many others including college students, novice cooks, or anyone eager to take charge of their cooking and menu planning. Cooking by Color has been tested by a cadre of teens and adults preparing to live away from their families. Let Cooking by color simplify your life and revolutionize your kitchen experience. The Cooking By Color System includes: --Color coding for measuring tools. --Color coding for cutting boards. --Easy-to=understand instructions. --Tips for success in the kitchen. Cooking by Color: Recipes for Independence is a great way to start any new cook on a path of success.
General cookery & recipes
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
Phronesis Publishing
Country of origin:
United States
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