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Kid Chef: The Foodie Kids Cookbook: Healthy Recipes and Culinary Skills for the New Cook in the Kitchen

Kid Chef: The Foodie Kids Cookbook: Healthy Recipes and Culinary Skills for the New Cook in the Kitchen

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Fun and healthy recipes that kids ages 8 to 12 can cook by themselves

Forget the smiley-face pancakes, and try out a more grown-up kid cookbook. The Kid Chef cookbook is part cooking school and part kid's cookbook, meant for the aspiring junior chef who wants to make dishes the whole family will love. It's a healthy kids cookbook that teaches kitchen fundamentals with simple instructions and more than 75 tasty recipes.

Kid Chef: The Foodie Kids Cookbook features:

  • Kids cooking basics―This book on cooking for kids covers skills like how to stock the pantry, create a grocery list, handle a knife, and use the stove.
  • Age-appropriate guidance―Experience the best in kid cookbooks with straightforward guidance for challenging recipes like fish tacos and pizza from scratch, rather than oversimplified recipes made for kids.
  • A range of recipes―Explore an entry into kid's cookbooks that lets you whip up snacks, main dishes, and desserts with a wide variety of options that range in complexity.

Inspire a lifelong love of delicious and nutritious cooking with the ultimate entry into healthy cookbooks for kids.

Author: Melina Hammer
Publisher: Sonoma Press
Published: 04/05/2016
Pages: 202
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.10lbs
Size: 9.10h x 7.40w x 0.60d
ISBN: 9781943451203

About the Author
Terry, Bryant: - Bryant Terry is a James Beard Foundation Leadership Award-winning chef, healthy food advocate, and author of four books including his latest Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh, African, Caribbean, and Southern Flavors Remixed. He lives in Oakland with his wife and two daughters.Hammer, Melina: - Melina Hammer is a photographer, food stylist, recipe developer, and cook. A regular contributor to the New York Times Food section, Melina also writes for Where Women Cook, Sweet Paul, and Food52. You can learn more about Melina's passion for good food on her blog and @melinahammer on Instagram.

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