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Cook School Hardcover – August 1, 2011
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"Ingredienti" by Marcella Hazan and Victor Hazan
From Artichokes to Zucchini, Anchovies to Ziti, Ingredienti offers succinct and compelling advice on how to select the best ingredients. Learn more
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About the Author
AMANDA GRANT is a broadcaster, food writer and mother of three young children. She has written several books includingGrow It, Cook It with KidsandHealthy Lunchboxes for Kidsfor Ryland Peters & Small. Amanda is heavily involved in the Children&s Food Festival and travels the UK teaching kids about good food and nutrition. Her television credits include GMTV&s ‘Back to School Campaign&. also available:
Top Customer Reviews
Some of the recipes included are:
Stage 1: (3-5 years) red dip with crunchy veggies; DIY pizzas; cheesy stuffed peppers; crunchy paprika chicken; berry crunch; mini fruit pies.Read more ›
The recipes are written out in simple terms that are easy for her to follow herself. This is not always the case with kid's cookbooks, but she was able to follow the recipes we made very easily all by herself. It even includes important information about food handling, like when you handle chicken to WASH YOUR HANDS and places where you should ask an adult for help. The name of the book is very appropriate as it provides a lot of technique and school like terms with each section and recipe. For instance, it includes a skills section with each recipe--what you will learn like cutting, using the stovetop, crushing garlic, etc...
The book is organized in sections based on the age of your child, so it is something you can use for years starting at a young age and your child can grow into the more advanced recipes which are both more complex to make but also have more sophisticated flavors your older child may be ready for.
There are great tips for things out of regular ingredients you'll have on hand like making rolled sandwiches out of sliced bread rather then getting real lavosh. There are lots of ideas that we have incorporated into her lunch already.
We have modified a few recipes based on her food interests but used this recipe as a base. On the easy minestrone soup recipe, she got very creative and added several other vegetables she likes (chard, carrots) and omitted one she didn't care for.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this book in my preschool classroom to allow the children to decide what to cook. It's great fun.Published 5 months ago by Kat
There are some typos throughout the book and Ella's Raspberry Cake had baking powder in the ingredient list but in the directions did not say to add it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by S Winig
This book is great...well planned and organized. It arrived promptly in time to give it to our five year old granddaughter for her birthday!Published 15 months ago by Linda Smith
A great book to teach children of all ages how to cook. Recipes for all levels.Published 18 months ago by Luna y Sol
My 4 year old loves to cook with this book but ends up a little disappointed because the recipes are just okay. Read morePublished on February 9, 2014 by Saccharinemama