Cooking Wizardry for Kids

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Barron's Educational Series, 1990 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 314 pages
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Approximately 200 recipes for tasty, nutritious snacks and meals are devised so that kids can make them for themselves. There are also projects that teach fundamentals of food-related chemistry, nutrition, and making window gardens.
 

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This was the first cookbook I was ever given! I must have been about 10. I poured over this book for hours and hours nearly every weekend. I loved the little history and science lessons tucked in. I loved surprising my teachers with the info I learned lol. I'm so happy it's still in print to share with my own kids now!! This was one of the books that ultimately inspired me to attend Culinary school :) 

Contents

SAFETY AND CLEANUP
1
YOUR OWN FOOD FACTORY
14
QUICK KITCHEN SCIENCE 237
31
QUICK TASTEBUD 261
58
GROW YOUR OWN 294
73
MAKE YOUR OWN FAVORITE 305
103
FOODS To PUNCH TWIST
125
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About the author (1990)

Margaret Kenda is a writer who specializes in creative, hands-on projects for children. She holds a doctorate from the University of Iowa and lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts.

Phyllis S. Williams was the original co-author of Barron's "Wizardry for Kids" books. A graduate of Bates College and the University of Maine, she was a nurse and a counselor. She died in 2009.

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