Mini Chef Cooking with Kids by Sheridan Rogers

Mini Chef Cooking with Kids

Written by Sheridan Rogers
Illustrated by


Mini Chef Cooking with Kids by Sheridan Rogers

The ability to cook is one of the most important things we can pass onto children. Knowing how to cook a nutritious meal is not just important for keeping body and soul together, it's also a great social asset because friends and family always appreciate a home-cooked meal. It also encourages self-confidence and independence. Today, however, with so many parents working full-time, it's not so easy to find the time or energy to spend with our children in the kitchen. Mini Chefs has approximately 65 easy-to-follow, fun recipes that children can prepare under adult supervision - breakfasts, snacks, desserts, baked goods and main meals. With step-by-step instructions and pictures, as well as a how-to guide to prepping and measuring, Mini Chefs will ensure that children have a practical, exciting guide to their culinary adventures that will set them up for a lifetime of delicious, home-cooked food.

About the Author

Sheridan Rogers is an award-winning food and travel writer, broadcaster and food stylist. A graduate of Leith's School of Food & Wine, London, Sheridan has over 30 years' industry experience and is the author of five cookery books: 'The Cook's Garden' (HarperCollins), 'Seasonal Entertaining' (HarperCollins), 'Entertaining At Home' (Lansdowne Press), 'Sheridan Rogers' Food Year' (Simon & Schuster) and 'Australia's Guide to Home Made Sweets' (CSR). As a teacher, she has conducted cookery classes for adults and children from her home in North Sydney for the past 6-7 years, and as a food stylist and presenter she has worked on many TV and magazine commercials. As a journalist, she has worked on several leading newspapers, including 'The Sunday Telegraph', 'The Sun-Herald', 'The Australian' and 'The Australian Financial Review and written regular food columns for 'Mode' Magazine, 'The Sydney Morning Herald' ('Good Living'), 'The Sunday Herald Sun', 'The Age and The Sun-Herald ('Sunday Life'). She has also contributed articles to 'Australian Gourmet Traveller', 'Australian Good Taste', 'Wish', 'Outback' 'Delicious', 'Vacations', 'Where', 'G magazine' and 'The Australian Way' (Qantas in-flight magazine). As a broadcaster she has contributed to a number of leading Sydney radio programs on 2UE and 2GB, and is currently a regular guest on Bob Rogers' program on Radio 2CH. She has also conducted interviews around the world for Alan Saunders' Food Program on ABC Radio National. Sheridan has won a number of awards for her food writing including the 'Award for Gastronomic Writing', 'Best Show Story Award for the Royal Easter Show Media Awards' and the 'Best Hardcover Book for the Food Media Club Awards'. She was also runner up for 'Best Feature Article' in those awards, and a Finalist in the 'World Food Media Awards Best Food/Wine section in a Newspaper or Magazine'. Sheridan is included in the 2009 edition of Who's Who of Australian Women and in the current edition of 'Margaret Gee's Australian Celebrity Contact Book and Online Directory.

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192 pages


Sheridan Rogers
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New Holland Publishers

Publication date

1st October 2010



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