For the young cook or the beginning homemaker, this recipe collection will foster confidence while building a repertoire of tasty main dishes and treats made from scratch. User-friendly, non-intimidating illustrations plus written directions guide the cook through the recipes step by step. For extra fun or to identify dishes mastered, the cook (or cook’s assistant) can color the pages to make this a personal favorite cookbook. Execute a perfect Mexican Omelette, stir together a One-Pot Sausage Casserole, toss a Rainbow Coleslaw, stir-fry a pan of Sweet and Savory Kale, bake a batch of Cranberry and Cinnamon Cookies, or whip up a delicious Banofee Pie. Here is a great collection of fresh recipes for learning to cook at home.
It was an amazing project to work on - almost 800 individual illustrations in total! Writing and testing the recipes was really fun, and then once I had each dish nailed I worked on the black and white line drawings, to create 60 fully illustrated recipes ready to colour in!
The release date in the US is February 1st 2015, so you can pre-order Cook’s Coloring Book direct from Gibbs Smith here.
It’s also available in the UK as well! The release date over here is March 26 2015 - pre-order Cook’s Coloring Book from Amazon here.
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