Hopscotch and Honey Joys: Food for your family and friends

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Allen & Unwin, 2011 - Cooking - 248 pages
Lisa McCune and Di Thomas are friends who share a passion for family, friendship and good food. Between them they have six young children, so who better to share their favourite family meals with you.

Like mums everywhere, Lisa and Di are always looking for fun, fuss-free ways to make sure their children eat the healthiest food possible. Through years of preparing family meals, Lisa and Di have mastered the art of healthy lunch boxes, quick dinners, tasty tea-time treats, yummy picnics and delicious desserts. In Hopscotch and Honey Joys, they open their kitchens to share their most trusted family recipes with you.

Whether you want fresh ideas for meal time, snack time or play time, there's something for everyone. Lisa and Di have the perfect recipes to make food fun for all the family.

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Bitesize food for hungry people
Food for adventures school days and picnics
Dinners for family and friends
Food for parties and special occasions
Fun things to do rain hail or shine
Treats for morning and arvo teas and desserts
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About the author (2011)

An early graduate of WAAPA's prestigious Musical Theatre degree, Lisa McCune is one of Australia's most prominent and versatile performers of stage and screen. Lisa first came to the nation's attention during the 1990s for her record 10-time Logie Award-winning role, including 4 Gold Logies, as Maggie Doyle on TV's Blue Heelers. However, Lisa's leading lady performances in stage productions such as The Sound of Music and Cabaret have firmly cemented her as one of Australia's greatest musical theatre assets. Since 2000, Lisa has had three children and taken on supporting roles in various television dramas and performed in smaller scale musicals. The current hit Channel 9 action drama Sea Patrol marks her return to major series television, while a principal role in the recent revival of Guys and Dolls heralded Lisa's return to large-scale, commercial musical theatre.

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