Nora's Dinners Paperback – 3 Apr 2006
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‘Accessible and enjoyable and bursting with great recipes.’ - Cambridge Style
‘An ideal first cookery book for novice chefs of any age.’ - Heat magazine
‘Packed full of fun ideas.’ - The Sainsbury’s Magazine
‘Peppered with wonderful and often hilarious anecdotes,’ - Focus Supplement
‘This easy, fun cookbook…will tempt them into the kitchen.’ - Waitrose Food Illustrated
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Winner of the 2007 Cordon Bleu Award for Best Children's Cookbook.
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Top Customer Reviews
Love Jamie X '
'Kick your parents out of the kitchen and get cooking with Nora. She has written these fun and tasty recipes just for you, so invite your friends round for dinner, make a weekend lunch for your family, or just whip up a tray of your favourite cookies for a special treat. Get creative with pick 'n' mix recipes and make your own custom concoctions. OK, you might need a little adult help from time to time, but Nora's put you in charge!'
143 colourful, high quality pages split over 5 chapters:-
Breakfast, snacks & salads, lunch, dinner and a
cakes & puddings, sandwiched between 'Jamie's Foreword' and a concise index.
Superb information sections include:-
'kitchen tools', 'food safety', 'techniques', 'vegetables', 'herbs and spices' and 'eating sensibly' .
Basic recipes throughout, simply written with oodles of child appeal, eg boiled egg and soldiers, Nora's yummy eggy bread, caramel apple pancakes, monsterella pizza, funky burgers, the quickest tomato sauce in the world, sticky messy ribs, the best lasagne ever, sausages and mash with gravy, mum's best sunday roast with roast potatoes and green beans, choca-block, pick 'n' mix rainbow kebabs and juicy ice lollies.
Superb book with the overall emphasis being 'on learning about food basics and cooking, and having fun with the family while doing so.
Although some recipes require adult help or supervision, children will be able to follow each recipe for themselves.'
WELL DONE NORA !!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When you read this book it is as if Nora is there talking to you, love the stories and the cooking, liked her on TV as well.
I was one of the kids in the book, furthest to the right on page 19 and in various other parts of the book. Read morePublished on 10 May 2010 by B. Murphy