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Cooking with Children: 15 Lessons for Children, Age 7 and Up, Who Really Want to Learn to Cook Hardcover – October 24, 1995
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The first chapter, for example, entitled "Vegetable Soup," teaches how to peel and chop vegetables, how to sauté, how to be organized in the kitchen, and the difference between boiling and simmering. Chapter 6, "Pancakes and Popovers," teaches how to mix a batter, test the heat of a skillet, grease baking cups, and more. The instructions for each recipe are clear, detailed, and easy to follow. Though Cunningham assumes parents will supervise in the kitchen, she's also made sure the recipes are easy enough for older children to follow on their own. Cooking with Children is a terrific introduction to the culinary arts for kids--and makes a pretty nice refresher course for adults as well.
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My daughter home school's her son and has been using it for a cooking class and it has been great.Published 10 months ago by Pamela M. Lethbridge
All three of my adult kids have this. Easy basics fir the non cooks. Don't let the "for children" part of the title put you off. A great beginning book for all ages.Published 23 months ago by Lorie B
I used some of these ideas to teach a cooking class for. Hilren over the summer. The recipes were simple, interesting and tasty.Published on April 19, 2014 by Sandollar
I gave this to my son for Christmas and the next day he was eager to use it, he made the whole family homemade pancakes!!!
They were yummy