Little Kitchen

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Hardie Grant Publishing - Juvenile Nonfiction - 98 pages
The perfect recipe book for the budding chef, this adorable collection nurtures a love of "real" food with easy-to-understand instructions and gorgeous photos of each snack or meal Sabrina Parrini takes the junior cook on an adventure through a wide range of recipes, both savory and sweet--no TV dinners in sight for these little chefs! Assuming little prior experience, these recipes explain each step clearly, with some instructions specially bolded to say "ask a grown-up." Recipes range from quick snacks for after-school hunger pangs, dinners to impress parents, and sweet treats for those special moments when the tooth fairy has turned a blind eye. Children will learn to make Little Egg and Bacon Breakfast Pies, Fried Rice, Minestrones, Yummy Mini Burgers, Thick Cut French Toast, Mini Chocolate Souffles, and more. Combining tasty, healthy recipes aimed squarely at kids; a desire to nurture the magic of childhood; and a weakness for all things whimsical, wholesome, and playful--like the retro-style illustrations--"Little Kitchen" is a beginning step to a lifelong love of cooking.

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Another example of ballooning opportunities offered by the problem of children and nutrition in developed countries, Little Kitchen is a cookbook for kids. This is not a new concept, but it's a ... Read full review


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