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The Mother Daughter Cookbook: Recipes to Nourish Relationships Paperback – April 1, 2007
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Lynette Rohrer Shirk is a classically trained chef and modern mom, as well as the co-author and recipe editor of Wild Women in the Kitchen. Lynette attended Ohio State University where she earned her BA in classics. She later moved on to San Francisco where she attended the California Culinary Academy and worked in restaurants of local and national acclaim like Chex Panisse, Postrio, Masa’s, Bizou, Stars, and William-Sonoma.
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Author: Lynette Rohrer Shirk
Illustrator: Azadeh Houshyar
Publisher: Zest Books LLC
“If you’re a mom, you know that cooking with your child can be tricky. You want to spend time with her while you’re making meals and teach her the tools of the trade – but you also want to keep her safe, be productive, and not end up with splashes of tomato sauce on the walls or egg yolks running across your kitchen floor,” Lynette Rohrer Shirk writes on the back jacket of her book, "The Mother Daughter Cookbook: Recipes to Nourish Relationships."
At one hundred and twenty-eight pages, this paperback targets mothers who want to bond with their young five-to-twelve year old children, specifically daughters although sons may be interested. Written by a professional chef, it contains twenty-four simple to more complex food recipes. Although there are no photographs, illustrator Azadeh Houshyar’s sophomoric pink, gray, and black designs cover the pages.
After an introduction of the author’s love of cooking and safety tips to teach a child, five chapters of recipes are followed by a section on how to create a scrapbook and an alphabetized index. Four to five recipes are given in the chapters titled Birthday Bashes, Fancy Food and Party Perfections, Sassy Lassie Lunches, Kitchen Road-Trippin’, and Holiday Heritage.
The beginning of each chapter includes a one-page summary or history with tips, facts, and notes highlighted throughout the corresponding recipes. Separated into two tasks, usually the mother’s steps are on the left side of the page and the daughter’s is on the right side, showing how to work together to create a food item.Read more ›
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This goofy spring holiday, on which we play silly pranks on our friends, is actually about a change in the calendar that occurred many years ago. Ancient cultures used to celebrate New Year's during the week between March 25 and April 1. But, in 1582, the Gregorian calendar was introduced with a new New Year's: January 1. Back then, there was no Internet or TV, so it took many years for everyone to learn about and accept the change. Those who kept celebrating on April 1 would receive foolish gifts and invitions to nonexistent parties!
How awesome is that fact! The book was well written and easy to follow. Nothing like home cooking to make your home smell wonderful and give you such great memories. I would hope that Lynette will consider making a cookbook for mother's and son's.
I was given this book by Zest Books, thank you so much!