Fall 2019

Hack Your Cupboard

Make Great Food with What You've Got

  • Interest Level: Grade 8 - Grade 12   ·  
  • Reading Level: Grade 8

It’s not always easy to try out a new recipe, but sticking to what you know and love can get pretty boring. After a discussion of what food storage areas typically have (and what they ought to have), Hack Your Cupboard provides age-specific guidance to help you move on to more ambitious meals. This makes it the perfect book to take from the family pantry to a dorm room fridge, a first apartment, and beyond. With dozens of photographs as well as dream dinners for every skill level, this is the cookbook for anyone who wants to break out of a kitchen rut without breaking too much of a sweat.

Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-1-54157-854-8
On pre-order until 10/01/2019
$37.32 $27.99
978-1-94218-607-6
On pre-order until 10/01/2019
$19.99 $14.99
978-1-54157-855-5
On pre-order until 10/01/2019
$55.99 $41.99
Interest Level Grade 8 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 8
Genre Nonfiction
Copyright 2019
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Zest Books ™
Language English
Number of Pages 168
Publication Date 2019-10-01
BISACS YAN024020, YAN027000, YAN014000, CKB070000, CKB113000, HEA048000
Dewey 641.5/52
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 8 x 10
Lexile 1020
Features Afterword, Author/Illustrator biography, Index, Recipes, Reviewed, and Step-by-step instructions

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews

“[A] timely, practical resource for newbie cooks.”—Kirkus Reviews

Publishers Weekly

“Insightful, creative, and entertaining, this volume makes for a perfect gift for those who don’t know a colander from a cauliflower.”—Publishers Weekly

Author: Alyssa Wiegand

Alyssa Wiegand is a lifelong party-thrower and feeder-of-others. She held her first formal dinner party (we're talking suits and prom dresses) in high school and has appeared in a Japanese magazine as a manga character serving Venezuelan arepas to the citizens of Tokyo. Her weaknesses are farmer's markets, antique anything, street food, and the word "artisan."

Author: Carla Carreon