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Let My Children Cook!: A Passover Cookbook for Kids Paperback – February 20, 2014
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The book is divided into a dozen categories including: very important recipes for Passover, fun finger foods, munch and brunch, soups, fish, meats, chicken, veggies, deserts, and fun arts & crafts. Some of the many recipes are turkey shishkabobs, dried fruit kabobs, matzah brie, scrambled eggs, blueberry pancakes, stuffed matzah balls, meatloaf, milkshakes, and morocco-style gefilta fish.
In her four page fun arts& craft section she has four projects, including making Passover aprons and placemats. One can easily imagine that kids will spend many enjoyable hours as a result of this book.
Simple, healthy, yummy recipes suitable for Passover and all year long. Salads, soups, smoothies and more. I made the salmon latkes with panko (instead of the listed matzo meal) since it is not Passover and had great results.
The illustrations are adorable and make using the recipes fun. Can't wait to try some more of the recipes.
I like that the introduction hits all the important safety pointers but is only two pages long, and I love, love, love the arts and crafts projects at the end. What a great way to entice a reluctant pre or pre-pre teen into the kitchen!
Tamar Ansch really has done it again!
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gave as holiday gift to one set of grandchildren, their mother loved the idea and recipes.Published 17 months ago by Jonathan D. Herbst
The perfect cookbook for any beginner chef. This book is easy to read and very entertaining. It has an excellent introduction on safety in the kitchen and great tips for any... Read morePublished on April 8, 2014 by Tamar Epstein
My daughter loves to cook with me, and this cook book gives her the attention and descriptions that allow her to do so most independently, which we both appreciate. Read morePublished on April 8, 2014 by Shoshana
This cookbook is bright and cheery and will really get kids excited about cooking. The recipes clearly list all the ingredients and step by step cooking instructions. Read morePublished on March 27, 2014 by yb530