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Cooking With Your Kids Easy Recipes for Parents and Kids to Make Together (Paperback)

Author:  Brooke Mclay
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1934393479
ISBN-13: 9781934393475
Sku: 219045994
Publish Date: 9/20/2014
Pages:  96
Age Range:  13 to 16
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Allowing parents to share their time in the kitchen with their children, this delightful cookbook presents more than 75 recipes for adults and kids to create together. The featured recipes also encourage further instruction, making it possible for parents to pass on common values--such as patience or thrift--during the cooking experience. Vivid color photography of the finished dishes beautifully illustrates each recipe, with ingredients and preparation steps clearly presented at the adult''s level. "Kids'' Steps" are also highlighted, specifically outlining how youngsters can easily pitch in while each course is prepared. Tips on making the kitchen and the experience as a whole kid-friendly are included.
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Allowing parents to share their time in the kitchen with their children, this delightful cookbook presents more than 75 recipes for adults and kids to create together. The featured recipes also encourage further instruction, making it possible for parents to pass on common values—such as patience or thrift—during the cooking experience. Vivid color photography of the finished dishes beautifully illustrates each recipe, with ingredients and preparation steps clearly presented at the adult’s level. “Kids’ Steps” are also highlighted, specifically outlining how youngsters can easily pitch in while each course is prepared. Tips on making the kitchen and the experience as a whole kid-friendly are included.

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