You raise your children well, feed them nutritiously for almost two decades, and then send them off to college. They survive their first year through the grace of the college cafeteria. But what's for dinner when they get their first apartment. That's when it hits them: Oh My Gosh! I'm In College and I Never Learned To Cook! The call comes, 'Mom I don't know how to cook...' When Hollis Ledbetter's third daughter called from college expressing the same concern as her two older sisters, it inspired her to write this culinary handbook for students. Whatever your child's college major, there's one course they need most and likely won't find it offered in any of the class listings; a basic cooking course. Oh my Gosh! I'm In College and I Never Learned To Cook! contains simple directions to prepare savory, economical, student-approved recipes. Helpful hints entice and transform kitchen-challenged college students into accomplished cooks. OMG is filled with tangy, humorous illustrations by Hollis's mother, artist Ann Sample. Oh My Gosh! I'm In College and I Never Learned To Cook! whips up all these ingredients into a cherished recipe sure to whet your student's appetite for cooking and sustain it for years to come.When ready to prepare, defrost frozen beef, pork, poultry, and fish in the refrigerator, not at room temperature. Make sure no ... Uncooked poultry can be frozen for six to nine months, and cooked poultry can be kept four to six months. Uncookedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Oh My Gosh!|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2011-08|