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22gigantes.com - 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 BarkKITCHEN 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.
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Most helpful customer reviews 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful. The title may be a bit misleading By MissTree I almost did not accept the offer to review this book, because my two youngest children are 19 (and presumably not the target audience for a cookbook for kids). Honestly, though, after reading through the book, I think the title is misleading. If this is indeed intended as a book for kids, I think it may have missed the mark.Directions: Range from almost pedantic ("Always wash your hands") to assuming a level of prior knowledge and skill that is probably beyond most. While there are some illustrations and photos, I think more would be helpful to support the skills and techniques being taught.Recipes: Many of the recipes seem to cater to a fairly sophisticated palate. (Potato-Gruyère Tart? Minty Avocado-Melon Mix? Most kids I know would be suspicious of the names alone.) It's an interesting assortment of healthy and delicious-sounding recipes, but I just don't know that it "works" for the intended audience.Ingredients: Haricots verts? Niçoise? Anchovies? Mine wouldn't be able to pick those out of a line-up. Some recipes call for specialty items (cheeses, vegetables, spices, fresh herbs) that one would not typically have on hand (and may not be readily available at some markets).Tools: I have a very well-stocked kitchen, but would have to specially purchase some of the tools needed for these recipes (such as a citrus reamer, zester, mortar and pestle, and melon baller). I suspect most typical household kitchens lack at least some of these items. The recipes also require several types of cookware and bakeware, an assortment probably not available in most homes.I can see this book being used by a parent and child working together in the kitchen, with the parent previewing the sections and guiding the child through the steps. It's not one I will personally use, nor would I recommend it, but a dedicated parent/child team with high motivation to work through it would possibly get a lot out of it.I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful. My girls love this book . By sunshine1221 My girls love helping me in the kitchen making dinner and they love baking every weekend. I'm always looking for easy and simple recipes for them to bake. I'm for ever searching for the easiest but nutritious meal for them .I love this Kid Chef food is perfect for them and easy to follow along for them too. I love that explain so well in this book everything that they need to know to detail , they understand very well since is very easy for my six year old to read the book.But the book is not only great for kids but is a great resource for parents like me, my girls sometimes don't want to eat what I make and them making the decision of which recipe to make is a great way for them to eat right and what they really want.You get many great recipes here from breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts and every single one have healthy ingredients . Another great thing is the great pictures that the book have my girls love seen the picture .I'm very happy with tKid Chef: The foodie Kids Cookbook is not just kid friendly but you would love how many healthy great recipes for you little ones.*** Disclaimer: I received this product at a discount in exchange for my unbiased review. I am not part or associated with the company and not paid to do this review***** 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Great cookbook for our future chefs! By Angela I love that this is more than just a cookbook! It teaches kids so much more than just following a recipe. The first part of the book teaches them all about the in's and out's of cooking such as: cleanliness, the different types of utensils and cookware that you need and which are best, the different types of food to keep in your pantry, and so much more. Another section teaches them some cooking basics like the proper way to hold a knife and to use the oven. It also has several sections for recipes with easy to follow step by step directions. This book even teaches kids how to properly set a dinner table. Kids will definitely learn many life skills from this book. I even learned things I didn't know and/or had forgotten. Looking at the recipes at first I thought there would be no way my kids would eat these things but after letting the boys pick out a recipe to try we now have a couple of favorites: "Anything Quesadilla's" and "Summery Corn and Watermelon Salad".I received this in exchange for my review and my kids and I love it. We already loved cooking together and now even more so. I would definitely recommend the Kid Chef: The Foodie Kids Cookbook for any family. See all 80 customer reviews...
"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 Cannelle et Vanille food blog and Small 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 "The clear and concise recipes are great for novice cooks of any age and keep with Melina’s dedication to eating in season, and with flavor." -- Design Sponge "I am excited that all kids and their caretakers will have access to such an important tool for teaching children the joy of cooking. This book will equip children to make tasty, from-scratch meals for themselves now and well into the future, when they are living on their own." - Bryant Terry, 2015 James Beard Foundation Leadership Award-winning chef 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.
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