Kids in the Holiday Kitchen

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Chronicle Books, Sep 1, 2008 - Cooking - 95 pages
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Kick off the holidays in the kitchen this year! Here are kid-friendly projects including easy entres, sweet and savorynoshes, and fantastic crafts to display, wear, or give. Kids will love makingand then eatingcupcakes that look like Christmas ornaments and Snowballs in the Forest, creative little pizzas perfect for little hands. That special someone will be delighted to receive Santas Suds decorated soap or a candy-cane decorated gift tin. With these unique craft and snack ideas, the holidays will certainly be merry and bright.
  

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User Review  - samantha726 - Overstock.com

The book arrived in great condition. I purchased as a gift, so will not get to enjoy it myself. The pictures are great and the recipes are easy for kids. It's very pretty, a little smaller than I anticipated for a cook book, but overall it is what I wanted. ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Mealtime Magic
12
Potato Pancakes
25
Buttermilk Ranch Dipping Sauce with
32
ApplyRaspberry Spiced Cider
39
ChocolateCaramel Popcorn
45
Vanilla Ice Cream with Tasty AddIns 4
51
Gingerbread People
59
Index
94
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About the author (2008)

Jessica Strand, author of Margaritas, Mojitos & More; Dinner Parties, and Holiday Cocktails, lives in Los Angeles.

Tammy Massman-Johnson is a designer for Very Different Cakes in Hollywood. Her work has been featured on the Food Network.

James Baigrie is a New York-based photographer.

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