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Kitchen for Kids: 100 Amazing Recipes Your Children Can Really Make [Paperback]

Jennifer Low
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Book Description

March 2 2011

Kids love to cook and help in the kitchen. That`s why Jennifer Low has created this book of 100 no-knives, no-flame, from-scratch recipes that kids can easily make with the help of a caring adult. Each recipe has been tested by kids aged four and up and each dish is beautifully photographed From Paddy Thai Noodles (an oven backed take on traditional Pad Thai) and One-Potato-Two Bread to Baby Lemon Meringue Pies and Strawberry-Fudge Striped Cake, the author shows how to organize a safe and fun kitchen for kids to learn cooking and to create yummy dishes.

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A pleasure to browse because of its gorgeous design. (Bridget Donald Quill and Quire 2005-01-00)

About the Author

Jennifer Low, a food editor and food journalist combines her writing skills and formal training as a cook. She see her role as that of a "culinary interpreter" for readers, demystifying the latest food trends and creating successful recipes for home cooks.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing for everyone March 1 2005
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This book is nothing short of revolutionary. It creates a brand new category of cookbooks for children - one in which children actually do the cooking and experience the fun and pride of doing it themselves. Every recipe is photographed - in colour - and your first thought is: "It looks too good. Even I can't make it like that." And then you'll be amazed when in a few deft steps, your child has done it! The tricky techniques of a kitchen pro are simplified so that anyone can do it. The amazing thing is - it's real food, too! Real crackers (that don't come from a box), real bread (that doesn't need kneading), dumpling ravioli, pad thai, chicken "bobs" on a stick. The sweets are better than most bakeries - from classics like cinnamon buns and triple-tier cakes to quirky classics-to-be like meringue dinosaur eggs and tiny peanut butter and jam cookies shaped like a slice of bread. Everything is in small quanitities, too, so it teaches a healthy lesson that everything is good in moderation, especially when you make it yourself. My kids use this book constantly. It is teaching them that they can do it themselves. And here's an added testimonial: the grown-up kids around the house are using it, too. Because it's great stuff - and it's so easy. This is an inventive, intelligent, useful, fun and beautiful cookbook - for anyone.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Book! March 1 2005
I bought my first copy of K4K before xmas and loved it! My kids enjoyed the photos and we enjoyed the family time in choosing and making the recipes. It seemed the perfect "family gift" for anyone with young kids to preteen, so I ended up buying about 8 copies to give as Christmas gifts. Of course kids are more interested in making "treats" that look tasty and pretty, it is the PERFECT way to get kids interested in the kitchen!
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We have had this cook book for 2 years and have made some recipes. Some of them are fine, but others don't turn out well at all. The author seems to have reinvented many recipes to make them kid friendly, but they are not. She has eliminated stove top cooking and small appliances, I assume in an effort to increase independence. However, the recipes are not ones that can be made without assistance, so what's the point of changing them? Most of the time, this just becomes an exercise in frustration. I will be encouraging my son to seek regular recipes from now on. I do not recommend this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good for kids Oct. 11 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I bought this for my daughter who loves to cook and bake. She already made excellent stuff with the help of this book. This book is really an excellent training guide for kids.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Almost no mains Jan. 8 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Not real cooking involved, both of my kids love the williams-sonoma cookbook and rarely look at this one.
I would suggest any other cookbook other then this
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