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Title:
Halloween sweets and treats
ISBN:
9781448880799

9781448881260
Edition:
1st ed.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Windmill Books, 2013.
Physical Description:
32 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.
Contents:
A festival of frights, food, and fun -- Before you begin cooking -- Monster caramel apples -- Roasted jack-o'-lantern pumpkin seeds -- Halloween cookies -- Crunchy witch's fingers -- Perfect pumpkin soup -- Eyeball cupcakes -- Haunted black bean and corn dip.
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Summary:
Contains recipes with step-by-step instructions for making Halloween treats, including monster caramel apples, Halloween cookies, eyeball cupcakes, and pumpkin soup.
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School Library Journal Review

Gr 3-6-"Easter Brunch Eggs," "Eyeball Cupcakes," and "Apple-Honey Cranberry Sauce" are a sampling of the fun recipes found in these holiday-themed cookbooks. Each one utilizes easily accessible tools and features helpful information for young cooks before they get started, such as measurements, safety, and basic techniques. The authors regularly remind kids to seek out adult supervision, which is important since nearly all the recipes require the stove and/or oven. The stock photos in each book can sometimes feel low-quality, but what recommends them is that they often feature finished products that look like they were decorated by a kid rather than an aspiring Martha Stewart. Each title also features nutritional tidbits and interesting "food facts." The books have a mix of both savory dishes and desserts (the titles are somewhat misleading). Easter specifically references the "Christian calendar" and the "Christian Bible"; it also describes the holiday as a secular celebration and a "rebirth in nature." A quibble: having the list of ingredients for each recipe on a separate page from the instructions is less than ideal.-Laura Lutz, Pratt Institute, New York City (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Table of Contents

A Festival of Frights, Food, and Funp. 4
Before You Begin Cookingp. 6
Monster Caramel Applesp. 8
Roasted Jack-o'-Lantern Pumpkin Seedsp. 12
Halloween Cookiesp. 14
Crunchy Witch's Fingersp. 18
Perfect Pumpkin Soupp. 20
Eyeball Cupcakesp. 24
Haunted Black Bean and Corn Dipp. 28
Glossary, Index, and Websitesp. 32