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Everybody Eats Lunch Board book – May 25, 2008
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About the Author
Cricket Azima is a dynamic professional chef who specializes in cooking for and with children. She works with a variety of food companies offering a range of services. These include spokesperson, recipe development and testing, freelance writing, teaching, family outreach, blogging (as part of the Cooking Light Blogger's Community), creating webisodes (from soup to nuts), special events, and consulting. ince 1999, Cricket has been teaching cooking classes to children of all ages at various locations in New York City, including schools, Whole Foods Market, The Children's Museum of Manhattan, City Treehouse, Girl Scout groups, as well as privately-held classes. Cricket has developed curricula for multiple schools and after-school programs. Cricket developed her teaching philosophy while pursuing her master's degree in Food Studies and Food Management at New York University (NYU). Her thesis, which focused on the benefits of teaching cooking to children, led her to launch The Creative Kitchen in 2003. Her method of cooking instruction and food education is designed to inspire children to learn and express themselves creatively in the kitchen, while reinforcing traditional learning disciplines.
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Top customer reviews
Two nights ago I made the pickles and rice balls with smoked salmon. I even brought the ingredients to the office and made my own version for lunch yesterday. Since then we've been searching for more Japanese foods we can make and I've started to visit a local Asian market. It turns out my kids also love bean cakes.
I've also made several of the Mexican dishes. After not being able to find Dulce de Leche at Whole Foods, I ventured into a Mexican market and found many new foods for my family to try. We also enjoyed the Rusks from South Africa and have added several of the fruits.
Everybody Eats Lunch is the first children's cookbook that has entertained my kids and introduced me to adult foods I want to eat. It's our new favorite gift and I look forward to future books by the author.
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