Carrie Kaufman reviewed “Cook Your Way Through The S.A.T.” for ChicagoParent.com. She and her nine year old tested my recipe for “chicken and dumpling soup.” I was nine when I cooked my first serious meal, so maybe I can be an INSPIRATION. Here’s the recipe, which they cut in half for the test:
This is the “fun fact blurb” that goes with the recipe. Try to figure out the definitions in context before you take the match test:
Here’s the match test (the answers are at the end of the book and on a list on the website):
It’s been fun to see which recipe each reviewer chooses…they have all been different. Faith Durand of TheKitchn.com featured the “pesto pizza” and Cheramie Sonnier of the Baton Rouge Advocate chose my “meal in a pita pocket.”
Thanks to Carrie Kaufman for sharing my book.
INSPIRATION – (noun): germ, source, seed for later work
You can enjoy more recipes, stories and vocabulary by ordering “Cook Your Way Through The S.A.T.” (CYWTTSAT)