Party Food for Kids

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2007 - Cooking - 64 pages
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Parties are an ideal time for having fun with food. Children adore seeing a glorious feast--and eating it--just as much as they enjoy party games and dressing up. A celebratory spread is the perfect excuse for a few "forbidden" treats, but it can still include plenty of healthy options. Caroline Marson offers a selection of tasty recipes that are easy to make and look fantastic; many of them can be prepared in advance. There are ideas for fingerfoods and dips that small children especially will love; suggestions for sandwiches and salads; tasty barbecue snacks that cook in minutes and satisfy ravenous appetites; rainbow jellos and ices; and children's cocktails--all vibrantly photographed by Polly Wreford. Of course, the centerpiece of any party tea-table is the cake. "Party Food for Kids" offers a wonderful selection of shaped and themed cakes.*There is something here to suit all ages from toddlers to 10-year-olds and tempt even the fussiest eater to keep coming back for more.*Magical ideas for icing and decorating cakes.

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About the author (2007)

Caroline Marson was food editor at "Good Housekeeping" and is now a food writer and stylist, contributing to magazines such as Observer Food Monthly and Harper's Bazaar. She is the author of "No-Fuss Dinners" (Ryland Peters & Small).

Polly Wreford is a well known lifestyle and interiors photographer whose work appears in a variety of prestigious magazines and publications, including Homes & Gardens and Red. Her easy and relaxed style has led her to be much sought after by companies such as Laura Ashley, Sanderson, and Marks & Spencer. Other books she has photographed include Wedding Details and The Relaxed Home.

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