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American Girls Cookbook: A Peek at Dining in the Past With Meals You Can Cook Today Spiral-bound – September 1, 1989
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The book has lots of great historical information. The recipes are written in an easy-to-follow way, which is helpful for young children. I have an 8-year-old. I think that elementary aged children could make everything in this book with a little help from an adult. None of the recipes calls for rare or difficult to find ingredients. I really liked the way the Kirsten section mentioned several times that cookies weren't a modern breakfast item, and explained that Kirsten ate a cookie for breakfast and snack because of all the hard phyiscal work that was involved in pioneer life.
Some of the "recipes" aren't really new to us. We know how to make hard boiled eggs, peanut butter sandwiches, and how to cut carrots into curls with a peeler. Overall, the Molly section was a letdown.