Children's Cookbook by Rebecca Gilpin
  

Synopsis

Children's Cookbook by Rebecca Gilpin

This is a new spiral-bound edition of the cookbook for older children or anyone seeking simple, mouth-watering recipes. The tasty recipes are accompanied by illustrated step-by-step instructions to ensure young chefs achieve perfect results every time, and are divided into categories based on the core ingredients of cookery such as eggs, rice, potatoes, herbs, spices and bread.Appealing to both children and adults, the straightforward recipes include, salmon fishcakes, ratatouille with butterbean mash, lamb kebabs, raspberry ice-cream, and strawberry shortcake. A useful 'safety in the kitchen' guide explains things that experienced cooks may take for granted but are not so obvious to beginners.

About the Author

Rebecca Gilpin has been happily writing Usborne books for nearly 10 years, including 15 Make and Do books. She lives at the seaside with her husband in a bright white house and writes her books in a glass room on the roof. Her favourite part of her work is transforming heaps of bits and bobs into fairies, pirates, or whatever else needs to be brought to life that day...

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Book Info

Format

Spiral bound
96 pages
Interest Age: 10+

Author

Rebecca Gilpin
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

30th January 2009

ISBN

9781409500919


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