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Teens: Looking for a tasty summer adventure? Why not try your hand at cooking with the help of a book or two from the library? Try these suggestions from Abington Community Library Young Adult Librarian Sandy Longo:


“The Student’s Cookbook: An Illustrated Guide to Everyday Essentials,” by Keda Black


Would you like to learn how to cook or do you have to? Either way, The Student’s Cookbook starts at the very beginning and provides step-by-step explanations. You’ll be cooking up a storm (well, an edible one) in no time!


“A Teen Guide to Creative Delightful Dinners,” by Dana Meachen Rau


You have so much to do. School. Clubs. Sports. Homework. Are there times when you’re on your own for dinner? Try a few of these recipes for yourself, whether you like Italian, comfort food or snacks.


“A Teen Guide to Quick, Healthy Snacks,” by Dana Meachen Rau


Sweet or savory snacks that go where you go.


“A Teen Guide to Breakfast on the Go,” by Dana Meachen Rau


You’re told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. True. But do you have time to make it? You will if you try some of these recipes that you can prepare in advance and grab as you’re running out the door in the morning.


“Sam Stern’s Cooking Up A Storm: The Teen Survival Cookbook”


If Sam can do it, so can you. Recipes written from a teen perspective.


“A Teen Guide to Fast Delicious Lunches,” by Dana Meachen Rau


Tired of PB & J? Want to try something different for lunch. Check this book out.


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