Some of the best times I ever had as a kid were when my whole family would get together at somebody´s house for a simple cookout. Burger, hot dogs, fried chicken, pies - the best foods in America! Here are some of the most delicious, mouth-watering recipes collected from my family members over the years, plus lots of new ones that my wife and I have created in our home. From a simple healthy hummus to amazing sausage balls, southern fried chicken, perfect pies, you will enjoy discovering these family treasures. Some foods are meant to be enjoyed. Use fresh ingredients and don´t rush. Sip a glass of wine and enjoy your family while everybody gathers around the grill to chat and play like we did when we were kids. The food was great at those family cookouts because it was made with love - that´s the secret ingredient. Have fun with it, because we´re all friends in the kitchen, and summertime cooking is supposed to be fun. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Eastman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/039287/bk_acx0_039287_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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A scrumptiously adorable story about a boy, a school play and his love for food. Featuring foods from all over the world, this debut picture book will make you hungry for more! Frankie has a problem: he has too many favorite foods. He can´t bring himself to choose just one to be for the school play, so on the day of the performance, he´s still without a costume. His teacher comes up with a delicious idea: what if Frankie becomes the Costume Manager? That way, he can parlay his love of all things culinary into the whole production. From adding some last-minute garnishes to helping the rice and beans into their costumes, Frankie shines backstage until he has a brilliant idea and decides to make his debut on the menu as something that combines his love for all his favorite foods . . . In this funny and scrumptiously adorable story, readers will delight in the variety of foods represented and the clever performances full of silly word play and sweet camaraderie. In Kelsey Garrity-Riley´s author-illustrator debut, she shows the joy of food and revels in celebrating the way food can bring people together and inspire creativity.
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