Kids Cooking Without a Stove: A Cookbook for Young Children
These child tested recipes have proved successful with four to six-year olds in the author's cooking classes for children. This very special "how to" manual for the young child also teaches good eating habits and the no-stove-needed qualification will be a boon to teachers wanting to experiment with using food in the classroom. The majority of the recipes need only simple equipment, a table knife, a spoon, or measuring cup and are fun to prepare.
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