Synopses & Reviews
Sprouting from the influential and ever-popular family cooking magazine, this fun, inventive, health-focused cookbook features more than 100 recipes for chefs of all ages.
ChopChop, the “fun cooking magazine for families,” has introduced families to the joys and benefits of cooking together since 2010. Now, ChopChop expands the boundaries of the magazine in a book with dozens of new recipes, diving deeper into kitchen fundamentals and healthful options than ever before—all within the reach of aspiring chefs from every age group.
Featuring easy-to-follow instructions for wholesome, delicious meals, this cookbook redefines what it means to cook and eat healthfully. From French toast to frittatas, chicken soup to curried tofu fingers, and banana-peach frozen yogurt to mango lassis, these original, entertaining recipes celebrate nutritious eating together as a family. The book brings kids and adults together on exciting projects in the kitchen. With beautiful photographs and an eye-catching design, ChopChop will inspire home-cooked meals enjoyed like never before.
Winner of the International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Award in the Children/Youth/Family category, andlt;iandgt;ChopChopandlt;/iandgt; offers simple, healthy, and delicious dishes for children and parents to make together.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Cooking at home helps kids stay healthy, builds family relationships, and teaches math, science, and cultural and financial literacy. Thatand#8217;s why andlt;iandgt;ChopChopandlt;/iandgt; is your familyand#8217;s best friendand#8212;and itand#8217;s jam-packed with kitchen basics, ingenious tips, and meals that taste great and are fun to make.andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt;Every recipe has been approved by the Academy of American Pediatrics and by real kids cooking at home. These dishes are nutritious, ethnically diverse, inexpensive, and a joy to prepare. From French toast to fajitas, and from burgers to brownies, andlt;iandgt;ChopChopandlt;/iandgt; entertains and inspires cooks of all ages.
Simple, healthy, delicious dishes for children and parents to make together
Cooking at home helps kids stay healthy, builds family relationships, and teaches math, science, and cultural and financial literacy. That’s why ChopChop is your family’s best friend—and it’s jam-packed with kitchen basics, ingenious tips, and meals that taste great and are fun to make.
Every recipe has been approved by the Academy of American Pediatrics and by real kids cooking at home. These dishes are nutritious, ethnically diverse, inexpensive, and a joy to prepare. From French toast to fajitas, and from burgers to brownies, ChopChop entertains and inspires cooks of all ages.
In this must-have cookbook for the 8andndash;11 set, Betty Crocker makes cooking up-to-the minute and on-trend for todayandrsquo;s kids. Whether starting from scratch with the basics of measuring, kitchen safety, and nutrition or creating a full meal for the family, this cookbook is both teacher and creative outlet.
Whether starting from scratch with the basics of measuring and kitchen safety or creating a meal for the family, Betty Crocker Kids Cook is both teacher and creative outlet.
Betty Crocker has been helping kids in the kitchen since 1957 with the publication of Betty Crockerandrsquo;s Boys and Girls Cookbook. Betty CrockerKids Cook provides the same blend of teaching and creativity, helping todayandrsquo;s kids learn to cook and have fun at the same time. The book has 66 I-want-to-make-that recipes, plus engaging illustrations and photos of each recipe that blend whimsy and practicality. The book covers Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Dinner and Desserts as well as kitchen essentials, including cooking safety and nutrition basics.and#160;This is the book that will teach kids to feel comfortable in the kitchen, whether assembling a healthy snack like Strawberry-Orange Smoothies or whipping up a dinner of Impossibly Easy Mini Chicken Pot Pies with Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops for dessert.
An exciting new book from The Culinary Institute of America that teaches kids to cook and think like a chef, with 100 delicious recipes, essential techniques, insider tips, fun facts, and more
About the Author
andlt;bandgt;Sally Sampsonandlt;/bandgt; is the founder of andlt;Iandgt;ChopChopandlt;/Iandgt; magazine and the author and coauthor of numerous cookbooks, including the James Beard Award-nominated andlt;iandgt;The $50 Dinner Party, Throw Me a Boneandlt;/iandgt; (with Cooper Gillespie), and andlt;iandgt;The Olives Tableandlt;/iandgt; (with Todd English). She has contributed to andlt;iandgt;Self, Bon Appandlt;/iandgt;andlt;iandgt;and#233;andlt;/iandgt;andlt;iandgt;tit, Food andamp; Wine, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, andlt;/iandgt;and andlt;iandgt;The Boston Phoenix.andlt;/iandgt; She lives with her family in Watertown, Massachusetts.