What's the best way to get kids excited about trying new foods? By getting them into the kitchen to make new dishes all by themselves!Food editor and writer Jennifer Low is on a mission. For 10 ye
What's the best way to get kids excited about trying new foods? By getting them into the kitchen to make new dishes all by themselves!
Food editor and writer Jennifer Low is on a mission. For 10 years she has been tweaking recipes to make them fun and safe for children. Now in her new cookbook Everyday Kitchen for Kids, Jen has compiled 100 brand new recipes that use no sharp knives, no stove-top cooking and no motorized appliances.
Everyday Kitchen for Kids, the follow-up to the award-winning, international bestseller Kitchen for Kids, helps children experience the thrill of cooking for the first time. With a chapter on organizing the kitchen, a glossary of methods and ingredients, and full-colour photographs by food photographer Ryan Szulc this cookbook is ready to encourage kid power in the kitchen.
Some of the whimsically-titled dishes children will be able to make:
Batch o' Brekkie Sausages
Hocus Pocus Pizza
Coconut-Curry Kookoo Chicken
Sponge Toffee Lollipops
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Jennifer Low was born in Vancouver, BC, and now lives with her husband and two children on the outskirts of the Niagara wine-growing region in Ontario, Canada. A food editor and recipe developer for corporate clients, Jennifer is also a cookbook author and food entrepreneur, and operates her own beverage company. She appears frequently on national television as an expert on cooking with kids.