How to Teach Kids to Cook

Author(s): Gabriel Gate

Children Non Fiction

With sixty great family recipes, beautiful food photographs, good safety advice and lots of practical tips, this is the ideal book for adults who want to teach kids to cook and eat healthy food. Forget the mess and all those excuses that having kids in your kitchen is more trouble than it's worth. Why not educate tomorrow's healthy eaters by teaching them all you know about food while helping them to become independent, confident cooks. With sixty great family recipes, beautiful food photographs, good safety advice and lots of practical tips, this is the ideal book for every child's parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle or grown-up friend. Think of it as an investment in the future: if you start involving kids in food preparation when they're toddlers, they will be cooking dinner for you before they leave home. P.S. Don't forget to teach them how to clean up too!

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Gabriel Gate is Australia's favourite French accent, loved for his delicious recipes and sound advice. Born in France, he trained and worked as a chef in some of his homeland's best restaurants before moving to Australia in 1977. He is the author of 18 cookbooks, bringing us bestsellers such as 'Good Food For Men' and 'Weekend on a plate'. In 2001, 'The Chocolate Lovers' won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for the best children's cookbook. He is currently working on 'Gabriel Gate's Guide to Everyday Cooking' to be published by Allen & Unwin in April 2003. Gabriel can be heard regularly on ABC radio and often appears on Bert Newton's show on Ten.

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  • : 9781865086996
  • : allenu
  • : allenu
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 96
  • : 25trans with bleeds
  • : Gabriel Gate
  • : Paperback
  • : 641.563