Synopses & Reviews
Food is fun'--and heres a book to prove it!
This brand-new edition of Cooking Wizardry for Kids presents boys and girls with interesting facts about food and food sources, fun ideas for tasty snacks, and experiments that demonstrate how colors and temperatures of the foods we eat affect the way we think they taste. Kids will find'--
Nearly 200 recipes for wholesome, fun-to-prepare treats Fascinating facts about where different foods come from Nutrition values of many different foods . . . and much more
Easy-to-follow recipes show boys and girls how to prepare strawberry shortcake, spicy mac n cheese, fresh fruit lollipops, gingerbread people, and many more great tasting treats. Meanwhile, theyll learn what makes breads and cakes rise, and how kids can grow their own herbs and vegetables, even in a small or an indoor space.
More Wizardry Books from Barrons:
Science Wizardry for Kids
Math Wizardry for Kids
Approximately 200 recipes for tasty, nutritious snacks and meals are devised so that kids can make them for themselves. There are also projects that teach fundamentals of food-related chemistry, nutrition, and making window gardens.
Restyled, filled with attractive new color illustrations, and featuring nearly 200 recipes for wholesome, fun-to-prepare treats, this brand-new edition of Cooking Wizardry for Kids also features interesting facts about food and food sources, nutrition values, and psychology experiments that demonstrate how many foods' colors and temperatures affect our ideas about their taste. Recipes easy enough for kids to follow include strawberry shortcake, tasty pita pockets, Chinese egg rolls, pad Thai, and many more. Many of the new and easy recipes in this edition emphasize international taste treats. Kids will also discover what makes breads and cakes rise, and they'll find instructions and inspiration for growing herbs and vegetables, even in a small or indoor space.
About the Author
Margaret Kenda is a writer who specializes in creative, hands-on projects for children. She holds a doctorate from the University of Iowa and lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts.