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Title:
The cooking book
Author:
Bull, Jane, 1957-
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Edition:
First American edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Dorling Kindersley, 2002.
Physical Description:
46 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Summary:
Illustrations and simple text provide instructions for creating a variety of foods.
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780789488343
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Teaching basic cooking skills and encouraging children to use their imaginations, The Cooking Book is an inspirational tool for getting youngsters interested in working in the kitchen. Award-winning children's activity author Jane Bull highlights 50 mouthwatering treats-from homemade popcorn to yummy desserts and everything in between-just for kids. All the recipes are explained through simple text and detailed photography and feature ingredients that are easily accessible and geared toward kids' tastes.


Author Notes

Jane Bull has written many children's books and was one of the original designers of the DK Eyewitness series. Bull has created The Rainy Day Activity Book, The Outdoor Activity Book, The Halloween Book and The Magic Book.


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Fancy bread, hearty soups and fruity upside-down cake are among the 50 accessible recipes in The Cooking Book by Jane Bull. One of the original designers of DK's signature Eyewitness series, Bull spices up the paper-over-board volume with bold graphics and clear step-by-step photographs. A "Getting Started" section lays out the basics, including safety tips, measurement conversions and nutrition. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


Table of Contents

What's Cooking in this book..?
Getting startedp. 4
Your cooking kitp. 6
Play doughp. 8
How to make play doughp. 10
Popcornp. 12
Pick and mix soupp. 14
Stir up some soupp. 16
Delicious dishes and
Pastap. 18
Fruity tarts and cheesy quichesp. 20
Roll out the fruity tartsp. 22
Moon rocksp. 24
Mission moon rockp. 26
Mix up a mud piep. 28
Mixing the mudp. 30
Tantalizing treats!
Rainbow cakesp. 32
Conjure up some colorful cupcakesp. 34
Upside-down cakep. 36
Turn a cake upside downp. 38
Cool fruitp. 40
How to make smooth fruit slurpsp. 42
Pit-stop snacksp. 44
Cooking wordsp. 46
Indexp. 48