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You're away at college and missing those home
cooked meals Mom made every evening. At first it was fun to order
out for pizza every night, but now you're sick of pizza and your
budget is suffering too! Living away from home doesn't mean you have
to live on fast food and snacks from a vending machine.
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Presented below are some other titles available
for college students who don't want to starve.
Cooking Outside the Pizza Box: Easy Recipes for Today's College Student by Jean Patterson and Danae
Campbell — College kids living on their own for the first time are startled
to realize that now they have to cook for themselves. This attractive spiral-bound book is exactly what
they need, serving up easy recipes and basic cooking methods for beginners. The resulting meals are
nutritious and appetizing, more healthful and less expensive than relying on the local pizza parlor or
Burger King every time hunger pangs strike. Practical advice and helpful tips instruct busy college kids
on everything from food and equipment shopping and sharing a kitchen to scrambling an egg and preparing a
complete, well-balanced meal.
Look, Dude, I Can Cook!; Four Years of College Cooking Made Easy by Amy Madden — When
Amy Madden's son, Mark, went off to college, he would frequently call her for recipes of the home-cooked meals he was
missing while learning to live on his own. Amy's daughter Megan who was already a junior and knew her way around the
kitchen also called often for cooking advice. Finally, Amy decided to write down her recipes for Mark and Megan, which
gave her the idea to create a resource for helping every college student make fun and nutritious meals to get them
through their first years away from home. Look, Dude, I Can Cook! is divided into four sections: Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior, and Senior. In progressive fashion, students can start with simple recipes and work their way toward fuss-free
gourmet pleasers for everyday cooking and fun occasions alike. Look, Dude, I Can Cook! will provide students with
the know-how and confidence to cook healthy and delicious meals, along with shortcuts and money-saving tips. Also included
are lists of essential cooking utensils and pantry items, as well as a glossary of cooking terms. Perfect high school
The Complete Guide to Healthy Cooking and Nutrition for College Students: How Not to Gain 17 Pounds at College by J. Lucy
Boyd — College students face a number of stigmas when they first leave home and start living on
their own. From not having their parents nearby to help clean and answer questions to being responsible for their own cooking
and cleaning, the move from High School to College can be a bit of shellshock for many teenagers. Nowhere is this more apparent
than in their eating habits, where many college students experience a great deal of downward digression. A 2009 study, published
in the Nutrition Journal, found that one in four freshman gain at least 5 percent of their body weight, an average of about 10 pounds,
during their first semester. All of this can be avoided though with healthy cooking and an eye for good choices. This book was written
to provide every college student just learning to cook for themselves with viable, affordable alternatives to pizza and ramen. Every
college student will learn the basics of what it is they need to be focusing on in their diets after leaving home. Starting with a
basic discussion and introduction of nutrition and what the body needs on a daily basis, you will learn additionally which foods and
nutrients are best for improving your mental acuity as well as your sleep each night. You will learn the importance of fluids and proper
nightly sleep to supplement your diet and will be given a list of different ailments and problems that might develop should these issues
be ignored or overlooked. Health professionals and college life experts have been interviewed and have provided their insight into what
foods and lifestyle changes can be made for college students to keep them as healthy as possible. You will learn the basics of the right
ingredients, what you should always avoid and why the occasional meal out will not kill you. You will learn how to avoid gaining all that
extra weight and finally some of the top recipes currently available for quick, healthy cooking and how you can use these, regardless of
whether you are stuck in a dorm room or your parents basement. The key to healthy living for college students is in a good diet, and this
book will provide everything you need to maintain that.
The College Cookbook: An Alternative to the Meal Plan by Geri Harrington — Cooking expert Sonia Allison shows
how to untap your microwave's other abilities and use it to its full advantage, giving you more flexibility and freedom (both in and out of
the kitchen) than you ever thought possible! Now you can quickly and easily make tasty, healthy real food in your microwave. You no longer
have to rely solely on fast food to fit into your busy lifestyle. This practical fast-food microwave cookbook, a guide to everything the
microwave does best, includes such recipes as chicken amandine, Thai rice with lemon grass, Belgian beef in beer, hot cheese and carrot sauce,
gingered honey cake, and mocha fondue. Using the tips and recipes in this book, you will not only grow to love microwave cookery — you'll
wonder how you ever got along without it.
The Everything College Cookbook: 300 Hassle-Free Recipes For Students On The Go by Rhonda Lauret Parkinson — Whether
you're cooking for one or multitudes with a hot plate, studio stove, or microwave, you'll find everything you need to create fantastic meals that
won't take tons of your time.
Packed with ideas for tasty snacks, easy-to-make lunches and dinners, and delicious desserts, The Everything
College Cookbook will help you eat smart, from the proverbial good breakfast to midnight munchies-but that's not nearly all. You'll also learn
how to prepare:
Microwaveable meals, such as Easy Onion Soup au Gratin for One & Baked Potatoes
Stress-free dinners, such as Simple Beef Stir-Fry and Gourmet Chili
Easy-to-pack treats, such as Homemade Trail Mix and Low-Cal Blueberry Smoothies
Luggable lunches, such as Greek Salad Pita Pockets & Asian Lettuce Wrap Sandwiches
Vegetarian alternatives, such as Roasted Pepper Medley and Steamed Jasmine Rice
Delectable desserts, such as Lemon Cranberry Sorbet and Easy Apple Crisp
With tons of convenient recipes to suit your every need and mood, The Everything College Cookbook is the
one book you'll want to crack open every day of the week!
College Cuisine by Leila Peltosaari was written when the author's son was heading off to college. It
features recipes that are nutritious yet easy to prepare. There are recipes that are suitable for one person and also those
perfect for occasions when students get together.
The Starving Students' Cookbook by Dede Hall — Since 1983, college students have turned to this book for
delicious, cheap, nutritious, and easy recipes. Now completely updated for the college student or reluctant cook of the '90s, this book
offers even more mouthwatering dishes and a wide variety of vegetarian offerings. The recipes are explicitly described, complete with
illustrations, cooking tips, and nutritional and health information.
Tray Gourmet: Be Your Own Chef in the College Cafeteria by Larry Berger, Lynn Harris (contributor) — Yale
grads teach you how to beat the system and create fun and healthy meals using standard cafeteria-line fare, salad bar basics, condiments
and the ubiquitous microwave oven. Ingredients are cleverly measured by teaspoons, soup spoons, handfuls, cups, glasses, bowls or pats.
The book is also spiced with academic humor.
Cooking for College Students: A Beginner's Guide by Patrick C Arenson is the book that no college student should leave
home without! With over 125 simple and delicious recipes, this book was written to help busy college students make amazing, budget friendly meals.
So whether you are buying groceries, learning to use a knife or even hosting your very first dinner party, Cooking for College Students offers
everything you will ever need as a beginning chef and will walk you through the entire cooking process, one step at a time. From the author: As a
food lover and college student myself, I wrote this book to teach my friends everything I knew about cooking, and I happy to pass that help along
to you. This book was written to make college life easier and more affordable, and it features tips and techniques that will be able to use for
the rest of your life!
The Absolute Beginner's Cookbook: Or, How Long Do I Cook a 3-Minute Egg? by Jackie Eddy and Eleanor Clark — For
those who are clueless in the kitchen--who can tell the difference between the stove and refrigerator, but turning groceries into leftovers
— this is the cookbook for them! With fun B&W illustrations throughout, tasty meals such as One Step Lasagna, Busy Day Ham Wellington,
and Overnight Crab Casserole are a snap to make — and will even impress family and friends. Transform culinary tragedies into triumphs with
this helpful guide.
I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook: 150 Cheap and Easy Gourmet Recipes by Andrea Lynn — Tired of Fast Food and
Frozen Pizza? Hate the crap from the dining hall? Have only a microwave in you dorm room? No problem. You can still make awesome meals!
Even if you've never cooked before, this book shows how quick and easy it is to turn Trader Joe's tasty and
affordable groceries into delicious dishes:
Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Sweet Chili Wings
Greek Pasta Salad
These recipes are super easy to make, and you don't need a bunch of pots and pans. Best of all, since every
ingredient in every recipe is available at Trader Joe's, you can get all your shopping done with one quick stop.
The Healthy College Cookbook by Alexandra Nimetz, Jason Stanley, and Emeline Starr — For nearly
a decade, The Healthy College Cookbook has offered time-pressed, budget-crunched students a simple way to enjoy home
cooking in their own small apartment kitchens or even dorm rooms. Written by students for students, the book offers hundreds
of simple, healthful alternatives to dreary cafeteria fare. The first edition was so successful it returned to print 17 times.
This best-selling cookbook has been revised, expanded, and enlivened for a new generation
of students. One hundred brand-new recipes have been added to the old favorites, including expanded breakfast options, recipes
for the ever-popular George Foreman Grill, new smoothie creations, and pizza toppings for storebought crusts, English muffins,
and pita bases. Recipes require only a handful of easy-to-find ingredients. The book is packed with vegetarian options, and
every recipe is as nutritious as it is delicious. Most can be prepared in less time than it takes to order pizza.
Most college students are new to cooking, and The Healthy College Cookbook contains a wealth
of information and tips for the novice. It explains cooking terms, describes common spices, and offers basic, sensible advice
on stocking a kitchen with equipment and food staples.
The book isn't just for novices, however. Even the most discerning young palates will appreciate
zesty Garlic Green Beans with Tofu or lively Mandarin-Mint Salad. These recipes are so quick, so inexpensive, and so delicious that
they're bound to become dinner party favorites, years past graduation.
Student's Vegetarian Cookbook: Quick, Easy, Cheap, and Tasty Vegetarian Recipes by Carole Raymond — Eat
Your Vegetables! Some people are vegetarians because they think a meat-free diet is good for you. Some believe it's good for the planet.
Others just want tasty food; they want it cheap, they want it easy, and they want it now. Whatever your reasons, check out this book's
135 great-tasting vegetarian recipes, including: • Gingered Chinese Greens Stir-Fry • Banana Bread • Moroccan Stew
• Beer and Aztec Rice • Chipotle-Black Bean Chili • Curry in a Hurry • Roasted Vegetable Rush • Miso-Happy
Soup •Yogurt Fruit Shake • French Toast 2000 • Pita Pizza Crust • Cremini Mushroom Burger • Broiled Zucchini
Parmesan • Rice Pudding Cereal • Coffee Brazil • Chapati with Confetti Salad • And much, much more! So stop scrounging
around for something to eat. With this book, you can put a great-tasting meal together in little or no time.
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It is a very good cookbook and I have yet to find a recipe that didn't turn out as it was supposed to.—Norm Peterson, Arizona
My hubby keeps looking in the cookbook, and asks "when will you cook this recipe?"—Lori Hamby, Florida