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Cook It Together! Hardcover – 5 Feb 2009
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About the Author
Annabel Karmel MBE is a bestselling author and respected authority on child nutrition and cookery who has written 15 bestselling books including DK's Feeding Your Baby and Toddler. She writes for a wide range of magazines and newspapers including The Times, Sunday Mirror and Daily Mail and appears regularly on radio and television. Annabel’s 'Make Your Own' cooking equipment range is sold in Boots and M&S and her award winning 'Eat Fussy' ready meals are available in Sainsbury's and Ocado. Her TV online channel launched in 2008 and she has kid’s restaurant menus in Tootsies, Thorpe Park and Chessington. Annabel lives in London.
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Grandchildren love the book and enjoy showing mummy how to do each stage. The end results are great, the children get to taste their own creations and the sheer pleasure on their faces when the dish is put on the table is fabulous.
Another brilliant book from Annabel.
Now, this is all in preparation to teach them to cook in general, but for now, it's just fun.
How does one go about it? Well, I went and bought Annabel Karmel's Cook it Together, and I began with anything sweet.
That works for my son.
As for my daughter, she loves potatoes, so we did the wedges.
Both, I am happy to say, were successful. Basically you can't get Wedges too wrong, but I liked the sour cream dip, and I loved the way she displays / serves the wedges, which I thought was excellent.
As an added extra, and a nice touch, there is a page on most of the food used, that is informative, shows what the food looks like in its natural state, where it's grown, and other such information, which makes the book a bit educational as well. I really thought that was a nice touch!
I think it is good for her to have her own cook book.
Besides the cooking method, the good thing is that it also describes how the food grows, how it originally looks like.
The downside: the cooking method is not clearly shown, you can't really have the dishes done by purely following the steps. But it is still good enough to read with the kids.
The day the book delivered to me was a heavy rain day. Half of the book was wet when I opened the envelop.
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