Junior Chef by Murdoch Books Test Kitchen


Junior Chef by Murdoch Books Test Kitchen

It's fun for children to watch chefs cooking on television and it's fun for them to learn how to cook, too. Like anything they do, whether it's a sporting activity or a school subject, it pays for them to learn how to do it properly, just like a professional. This book shows your kids how, and teaches them to be independent and creative in the kitchen. First, there's information on cooking terms, equipment and safety and then come some simple cooking techniques. Sounds easy? It is. And now they're ready to cook a recipe. Whatever they choose - a snack, drink, main meal, vegetable dish, cookie, cake or dessert - there are clear step-by-step illustrations and instructions showing the best way to achieve a great result. And they will!

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112 pages


Murdoch Books Test Kitchen
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Publication date

1st November 2010



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