The Mother Daughter Cookbook: Recipes to Nourish Relationships

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The Mother Daughter Cookbook offers a unique team approach to cooking. Developed by professional chef Lynette Rohrer Shirk and approved by many up-and-coming young cooks (including her daughter), the book is designed to turn once confusion-wrought, team-cooking kitchen time into pure fun mother-daughter bonding time. Sound impossible? Lynette makes it a piece of cake.

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Overview

The Mother Daughter Cookbook offers a unique team approach to cooking. Developed by professional chef Lynette Rohrer Shirk and approved by many up-and-coming young cooks (including her daughter), the book is designed to turn once confusion-wrought, team-cooking kitchen time into pure fun mother-daughter bonding time. Sound impossible? Lynette makes it a piece of cake.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977266067
  • Publisher: Zest Books
  • Publication date: 3/28/2007
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 935,731
  • Age range: 5 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.98 (w) x 8.02 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Lynette Rohrer Shirk is a classically trained chef and modern mom, as well as the co-author and recipe editor of Wild Women in the Kitchen. Lynette attended Ohio State University where she earned her BA in classics. She later moved on to San Francisco where she attended the California Culinary Academy and worked in restaurants of local and national acclaim like Chex Panisse, Postrio, Masa’s, Bizou, Stars, and William-Sonoma.

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  • Posted January 28, 2009

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    The Mother Daughter Cookbook makes a great addition to any mom¿s cookbook shelf. The author, Lynette Rohrer Shirk, has put together an interesting collection of recipes and broken them down into tasks for the mom and tasks for the daughter. In my case, my daughters are older and they can do any of the tasks, but I think they¿ll like taking on the daughter¿s side of the recipe anyway. One recipe we tried actually had one taking on the role of the mom, and one the role of the daughter.<BR/><BR/>The recipes are also punctuated with quotes and cooking tidbits that make for interesting reading as well. There are a lot of recipes I¿m looking forward to trying in this cookbook. And I think it would make a good gift for any mother and daughter team. You could also use this at a mother-daughter book club meeting, and have the girls work their part of the recipe while the moms collaborate with theirs.

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