Food for Elephants

Food for Elephants

by D & P Gramp

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Overview

Food for Elephants (and other Circus folk) is a fun cookbook for children of all ages.With full page color illustrations in the format of a picture book, it has a rhyming story for each of the circus characters which builds to an ending where they are all set free. The recipes have been specifically designed for developing palates but are easily mastered by young cooking enthusiasts, with adult supervision. Suitable for children 2-14 years of age. Each recipe is part of a magical, rhyming storyline of the circus and its animals which include the Runaway girl, giraffe, zebra, hippo, tiger, lion and of course the elephant. Recipes include caramel coated popcorn, healthy beansprout wraps, striped pasta, oven baked crumbed cutlets, soft meatballs in a cream sauce that children love, a fried rice, salad, banana dessert and chocolate peanut clusters. For toddlers who love finger food and fussy eaters these recipes have been developed so children can not only make them but also enjoy and share them with family and friends. The illustrations framed for a child's room would make a wonder gift in themselves. This is a versatile and morally sound children's rhyming picture book designed by The Culinary Library to add magic to cooking with and for children. The baby elephant and colored pages have been designed for younger readers but the book has also been re-formatted for older readers with a different cover and title, Run Away to the Circus. Both books have the look inside function.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502460516
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/15/2014
Series: Culinary Childrens Library , #1
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Between them the authors have trained in the Culinary Arts at Elizabeth Russell's School of French Cookery & The Cordon Bleu Cookery School, London, worked as a professional chef in Mayfair and as a food lecturer. Undertaken a medical degree along with post graduate degrees in the Visual Arts and Psychology, they have launched a successful Artisan Tea business(Mightyleaf Tea Australia), studied food photography, cheese making, cake decorating and are both published authors. They co-founded TheCulinaryLibrary.com food blog in 2011 and have a special interest in fostering a love of cooking in children. Their published books include Alchemy of the Mortar & Pestle, Edible Flowers & Leaves, Mastery of the Sauces, Food For Elephants, Run Away to the Circus, Ten Little Animals and Ten Little Snowmen.

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