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Cooking With Kids: Amber Marie Mowery

Thursday, August 17, 2000

Tested by Kathleen Ganster

Age: 11
Parents: Judy and Mike Mowery
Siblings: Jen, 16, and Jacob, 8
Community: Cheswick
School: going into sixth grade at Dorseyville Middle School
Hobbies: swimming, goofy golf and cooking
Favorite subjects in school: language and computer
Favorite food to cook: these chicken fingers
Favorite foods to eat: popcorn, french fries and chicken fingers
Plans for the summer: going camping to Erie and Johnstown
Favorite TV shows: wrestling and cooking shows, especially the "Iron Chef"
What she wants to be when she grows up: TV weatherperson

Twigie Sticks

Amber credits her mom and her grandmother, Betty Lebow, for teaching her how to cook. She made up the following recipe, and when her aunt tried her Twigie Sticks, she couldn't believe Amber made them from scratch. The aunt, Babs Mowery, sent us the recipe. Amber's dad came up with the name for the recipe.

6 slices bread
Dash of salt and pepper
Tablespoon Season-All seasoning salt
1 egg
1/4 cup milk
2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/4 cup oil

Take bread and spices and put into a small food chopper until chopped fine. Place the chopped bread into a medium bowl, then mix milk and egg in another medium bowl. Cut the chicken into strips. Heat oil in large frying pan. First, put the chicken into the egg wash and then into the bread crumbs. Then stick it into the pan of hot oil. After both sides are brown, put uncovered into a preheated oven of 350 degrees for 15 minutes.

Amber suggests that the leftover batter be fried. Drop a spoonful of batter into hot oil and fry. She said they are yummy.


To submit a recipe to Cooking with Kids, please send the recipe, along with the name of the child, a head shot (preferably a school picture) and a telephone number where the child can be contacted to: Cooking with Kids, Kathleen Ganster, 3142 Camberly Drive, Gibsonia, PA 15044. Questions? Call Kathleen at 724-443-1664.



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