Start to Cook by Abigail Wheatley
  

Start to Cook

Written by Abigail Wheatley
Illustrated by Mark Ruffle

Synopsis

Start to Cook by Abigail Wheatley

This is a comprehensive book covering all the basics of cooking, perfect for children or beginner cooks of any age. It is fully illustrated with colour photographs, and clear step-by-step diagrams show what to do at each stage of a recipe. Dishes included range from simple sandwiches, salads, soups, stews and desserts through to straightforward classics such as roast chicken, homemade bread, sponge cake, chocolate chip cookies and even profiteroles. Each recipe is marked clearly with allergy advice, and variations on recipes are also included to cater for different food preferences and tastes. Each recipe also comes with a difficulty rating, indicating clearly which are very easy and which require a bit of extra time or effort.

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Book Info

Format

Spiral bound
176 pages

Author

Abigail Wheatley
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2010

ISBN

9781409504979


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