Young Chefs by Christina Dymock
Hardcover: 128 pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (June 11, 2013)
Source: Author sent to me for tour
Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Kids in the kitchen don’t have to make a
mess—as long as they know what they’re doing! Teaching your children how
to cook can be daunting, especially when you don’t know where to start.
Wipe away your worries with this cookbook made specifically for kids.Inside you’ll find tips for a variety of
cooking techniques, a glossary for common cooking terms, and a book
boiling over with recipes written for children such as Peanut Butter
Morning Cake, Bobby’s Pork Chops, Pirate Eggs, and Banana Tacos. Along
with interesting trivia and a section for needed tools, each recipe
outlines which stages require adult help, and each process is broken
down into simple, easy-to-follow steps.Author of 101 Things to Do with Popcorn,
Christina Dymock knows the adventures kids can find in the kitchen.
Spending cooking time together can only help family relationships. So
teach your children the skills found in Young Chefs, and be amazed that
your new favorite meals came from the smallest hands.
About the Author:
Christina Dymock graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in
Public Relations. She has been published in Woman’s World Magazine and
several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, and she is the author of 101
Things to do With Popcorn. She resides in Central Utah with her husband
and four children. You can follow their cooking adventures at teachingyoungchefs.blogspot.com.
This is a great cookbook for elementary aged children. My kids are too
young, so I didn’t try making any of the recipes with them, but each
recipe is simple, with clear, easy to understand instructions. The design of the book is visually pleasing while the layout keeps the ingredients and instructions easy to navigate. This
is the kind of cookbook I will give to my kids once they are
old enough to read and follow written instructions.
Just so you know, some of the recipes use knives or kitchen scissors and require adult help. Most of the recipes are simple enough that kids can do them without adult help, but occasionally, a slightly more complex recipe pops up.
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