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Alice Eats: A Wonderland Cookbook Hardcover – Sep 17 2013
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About the Author
Pierre A. Lamielle
A graduate of the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Institute) and the graphic design and illustration program at Capilano College, Pierre A. Lamielle is a unique blend of foodie and artist, chef and illustrator. Pierre won a World Gourmand Award for Best Illustrations in a Food Book for his cookbook Kitchen Scraps. His illustrations are featured on the successful entrepreneurial website foodonyourshirt.com.
Julie Van Rosendaal
Is in high demand by food followers for her knowledge and love of good food. She is the food correspondent for the Calgary Eyeopener on CBC Radio One, co-host of Viva TV's It's Just Food, the food editor of Parents Canada magazine, a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines and an award-winning food blogger (dinnerwithjulie.com). She is the author or co-author of several bestselling Whitecap titles, including Spilling the Beans, Starting Out, Grazing and One Smart Cookie. She lives in Calgary, Alberta."
Top Customer Reviews
The colourful illustrations are a beautiful and whimsical interpretation of one of my favourite stories. So well done. I love the step by step simplicity of the recipes. I'm so excited to have my kids join me in the kitchen as we go down the rabbit hole to make our own wonderful memories with Alice.
The recipes include Alice's Crumpets, Cheshire Cat's Grinny Grainy Mustard Rarebit, Mock Turtle's Mock Turtle soup, and easier recipes for the kids, Alice's Salted Caramel Teardrops and the Queen of Hearts Jam Tarts. This cookbook is a perfect pick for me and my kid-at-heart approach to cooking. I also love the guide to reading tea leaves! Fun!
Most recent customer reviews
Great book. You read alice's story mix recipe directly with the story. The drawings are very cute and my son love that I read the story and do the recipe.Published 22 months ago by odilou
I found the artwork, story and recipes to be charming. Loved the recipes I tried, am now planning a grown up tea party.Published on Nov. 20 2013 by Cathy Walsh