Chop, Simmer, Season

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Harcourt, 1997 - Cooking - 32 pages
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Two chefs measure, mix, chop, simmer, and season their way through preparations for a sumptuous feast, baking bread, tossing salad, grilling fish, sauteing vegetables, and serving the tasty meal to their hungry guests.

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User Review  - bereneezypie - LibraryThing

This is a cute book! It has an illustration on each page followed by one word describing what is being done in the illustration (such as "bake", "knead", "chop", "simmer", etc). This would be a great ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

From Brandenberg (I Am Me!, 1996), a book of illustrated cooking verbs—one per page—showing two chefs (one of them strongly resembling the author's photo on the jacket flap) preparing the following ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

When she was a little girl, Alexa Brandenberg often attended the ballet with her family. Sitting high up in the balcony, she would dream of flying onto the stage and dancing a solo while everyone looked on. Today she still enjoys watching stories told through the graceful gestures of ballet dance.

Alexa Brandenberg is the authorillustrator of I Am Me! and Chop, Simmer, Season, both of which arc available at your local library. She lives in Sleepy Hollow, New York, with her husband and her daughter, Willa.

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