Finally, A Cookbook for Kids Who Seriously Love To Cook
Aspiring young chefs will love the fun, easy-to-follow instructions in this kids' cookbook that's part cooking school and part cookbook. First, kid chefs enroll in culinary school and learn the skills they'll need to excel in the kitchen, from sharpening their knife skills to prepping ingredients. Then they'll be ready to set up shop and cook a range of delicious-and nutritious-recipes that are sure to please parents, too.
Packed with beautiful full-color photography and cooking fun facts, Kid Chef trains young chefs to whip up delicious dishes like a pro, with:
- 75+ HEALTHY RECIPES: From small bites to impress-your-family meals like Potato-Gruyère Tart to simple-and totally tempting-desserts like Chocolate-Cherry Bark
- KITCHEN BASICS: Kids learn how to stock their pantry, create a grocery list, handle a knife safely and effectively, and safely use the stove
- RECIPE TUTORIALS: Easy-to-follow recipe tutorials help kids put the basics they learn into action-from making garlic bread, salsa fresca, and more!
Whether you're cooking with kids or empowering your child to cook family meals on their own, Kid Chef will give them the tools they need to succeed in the kitchen.
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Melina Hammer is a photographer, food stylist, recipe developer, and cook. A regular contributor to the New York Times Food section, Melina also writes for Where Women Cook, Sweet Paul, and Food52. You can learn more about Melina’s passion for good food on her blog lickingtheplate.com and @melinahammer on Instagram.
Bryant Terry is a James Beard Foundation Leadership Award-winning chef, healthy food advocate, and author of four books including his latest Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh, African, Caribbean, and Southern Flavors Remixed. He lives in Oakland with his wife and two daughters.
What People are Saying About This
I am excited to see a book for children focused on technique and healthy cooking. No more food cut-outs and cute gimmicks. Kid Chef empowers children and teaches them one of the best skills they will need: feeding themselves and the ones they love.Aran Goyoaga, author of and Cannelle et Vanille food blogSmall Plates & Sweet Treats: My Family's Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking
What kid wouldn't want to don an apron, gain a little know-how, star in their own kitchen and spread the love?Betty Fussell, award-winning food historian and author of Raising Steaks: The Life and Times of American Beef
Melina has written the cooking-with-kids book that we have needed for a long time. She brings everything front and center: the heat, the anchovies, the knife skills. I would recommend this spectacular book to both kids and grownups alike.Phyllis Grant, author of the Dash and Bella blog