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College Cooking 101: FAST FOOD WITHOUT A KITCHEN

By SARAH H. LONG

If you're going away to college, don't forget to pack this cookbook filled with delicious recipes for all the foods you love. "College Cooking 101: Fast Food Without a Kitchen" contains over 80 recipes for the grab-n-go meals that fuel today's student. This book was born out of necessity when the author's daughter did not like her college's cafeteria food and needed to start cooking in her dorm room. A series of texts of creative ideas relating to what and how she could cook grew into this book. Inside you'll find the secret to re-creating fast foods at home (or in the new dorm) with minimal effort. All the favorites are here - copycat Chick-Fil-A, cheeseburgers, mac & cheese, nachos, pumpkin lattes and more. Perfect for the hungry student or apartment dweller who's picky about what they want to eat. Impress your friends with a delicious study group snack or tailgate party made in your dorm room. The meals in this book are quick, easy to prepare and made with simple ingredients. With recipes designed for the microwave, toaster oven, electric skillet, small slow cooker and blender, it's also a tutorial on how to use basic dorm room appliances to create delicious food. It even contains meals to be made with the clever hack of using the hot water of a Keurig coffee maker. This cookbook will become your indispensable go-to guide for college food.

  • Paperback: 140 pages

  • Publisher: Beacon Publishing Group 

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-13:  978-1949472301

  • Category: Cooking | Budget Cooking

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About Author

Sarah H. Long is a mother of three, including one current and another soon-to-be college student. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Marietta College. A licensed CPA, she is the Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Cabinet Secretary of Administration for the State of West Virginia. Sarah lives with her husband Jimmy less than a mile from where she grew up in Charleston, West Virginia.

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