Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Start Your Ovens! YOUNG CHEFS COOKBOOK winner + an AWESOME REVIEW that's great reading all by itself!

And now you're all going to be jealous you didn't enter . . . this book is SIMPLY GORGEOUS inside AND has FABULOUS RECIPES!

It would make the BEST gift for a baby shower or birthday or Mother's Day or Christmas, etc.

I am now rolling my drum . . . .The Winner is Paula Lloyd!!! Yes, your name was *the* name drawn!

I just need your address and I'll get it in the mail to you . . . Enjoy your cooking time with that grandson of yours! And I'll come over to sample the results! :-)

Purchase the book here: Young Chefs, Cooking-Skills-Recipes!!!

Here is a great review that explains the book even more! From Diane Stringam Tolley on Amazon - I thought it was a very cute review! 

Families! Start your ovens!
Or toasters . . . or can openers . . . or waffle irons . . . or blenders . . . or microwaves . . .
Finally a cook book that clearly explains the how, when, where, and why of cooking and baking to the smallest and most inexperienced of cooks, the children. With little tips, pictures and notes of interest to captivate short attention spans. And even a section on each recipe that explains just what adult supervision may be necessary.
From the first page explaining clearly and simply the techniques and processes used in today's cooking, through the first recipe for super yummy Pink Smoothies and right up to the final recipe for Little Twinkie Trifle these recipes are fun.
Astoundingly (real word) detailed.
And so complete that I (even I), would be able to use this book to learn how to cook. Something that has been despaired of since the dawn of time . . .
Am I buying a copy of this book for each of my children for the use of their children?
You bet I am!
Am I keeping a copy for myself?
Just because it's written for children doesn't mean that we adults can't benefit. Right?
Oh, the gastronomical (another real word) adventures that await! 


Natalie Aguirre said...

Congrats to the winner! My daughter loved her cooking book when she was little. We still have it.

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

I still remember my childhood cookbook, too, Natalie. It got used up and stained and torn. I used to cook a lot with/and for my mom to help her out. There were 6 kids and I was the oldest daughter. :-)

Anonymous said...

CONGRATS to the winner!



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