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Let My Children Cook!
By Tamar Ansh
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The perfect Passover cookbook for ages 8–108!
 
Let My Children Cook! makes it easy for kids to share in the fun of cooking -- at a time of year when parents can really use the help! Kids will also discover how to cook delicious food on their own, so no longer will they cry, "There’s nothing to eat around here!" Filled with recipes every kid (and adult!) is sure to love, such as Matzah Marshmallow Melts, Crunchy Chicken Crisps and Matzah Soup Squares, to Rocky Road Brownies and Mock Oatmeal Cookies, the entire family will enjoy this delightful cookbook.
 
Featuring ...
✓  Over 80 delicious, easy recipes!
✓  Cooking and kitchen safety tips
✓  Hilarious illustrations
✓  Loads of creative ideas
✓  BONUS! Fun and easy craft projects

See the starred review from the Jewish Book Council here.

Author: Tamar Ansh
Softcover | 6.5" x 9.5" | 96 pages | ISBN 9781607631422

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    Mamamaven
    Mar 26, 2014
    We received this book and I let my kids loose in the pre-Passover test kitchen. My 8 and 11 year-old made several recipes under the supervision of their teenage siblings with great results. The recipes are kid friendly with easy to follow instructions and tasty results. Strawberry Snow (a simple strawbery sorbet recipe) and Crunchy Chicken Strips will be appearing at my house during the week of Passover. For younger children, adult supervision is definitely necessary, but a number of the recipes can be made alone or with minimal supervision by older tweens. All around good food and good fun.
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