Kids Cook 1-2-3

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Oct 3, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages

Learning to cook can be fun and easy! This cookbook is for kids, but beginning cooks of all ages will love the simple and delicious recipes for every meal--all with only three ingredients each.

With more than 100 easy-to-follow recipes, kids can prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, desserts and more, while learning about fresh ingredients and simple cooking techniques. From the best peanut butter and jelly sandwich to crunchy wasabi salmon, young cooks will gain confidence as they prepare homemade soups, delicious macaroni and cheese, and a heavenly chocolate mousse cake.

Award-winning chef and author Rozanne Gold inspires everyone to get cooking! Using her signature, keep-it-simple approach to cooking with fresh, natural ingredients, you won't need a gourmet kitchen or any experience to get started. With just 1-2-3 ingredients per recipe, you can make amazingly creative meals and feel like a very accomplished cook.


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This book is really good! It helpd a lot! Thanks.;] Yes I recommaned it for age 8 and older.



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About the author (2006)

Rozanne Gold's career was launched at the age of 23 when she became first
chef at Gracie Mansion for New York Mayor Ed Koch. Since then, she has been consulting chef for some of New York's most celebrated restaurants and has written nine acclaimed cookbooks, including Little Meals: A Great New Way to Eat & Cook and Recipes 1-2-3: Fabulous Food Using Only 3 Ingredients. Gold, a three-time winner of the James Beard Cookbook Award and winner of the Julia Child/IACP Cookbook Award, appears regularly on national television. She and her husband live in Brooklyn, New York.

Sara Pinto is an award-winning designer and artist. Her first book for Bloomsbury was The Alphabet Room, a Child Magazine Best Book for Children, followed by Clockwise. She lives with her husband and two young sons in Glasgow, Scotland.

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