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Annabel's Kitchen: The Beginner's Cookbook - 9780091943110
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  • Product code: AKBC
  • ISBN: 9780091943110
  • Publisher: Ebury Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • Dimensions: 25.1cm x 19.6cm
  • Pages: 128
  • Publish date: 05/05/2011
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Annabel's Kitchen: The Beginner's Cookbook - 9780091943110

Annabel Karmel

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Following on from her brilliant recent CITV show, Annabel's Kitchen is the ultimate guide to teaching children to cook. Little ones from the age of four and upwards can get involved in the kitchen using this easy-to-follow hardback, which is packed with simple techniques and well-explained methods from family cooking guru Annabel Karmel. With tasty dishes from all over the world, there is plenty of variation available and this colourful guide (plus the odd appearances from Jimmy the Penguin and the trio of Singing Cupcakes) is sure to keep kids entertained!


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Product Details

  • Product code: AKBC
  • ISBN: 9780091943110
  • Publisher: Ebury Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • Dimensions: 25.1cm x 19.6cm
  • Pages: 128
  • Publish date: 05/05/2011

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Gorgeous food for children & adults too! -

I think the title of the book is the only thing wrong with this book. Every single recipe is fantastic. Easy to follow, pictures on every page and what I like most about this book is that ingredients are repeated A LOT.... so if for example, you need to buy white wine vinegar which may not be something which you always keep in your cupboard, there are several recipes which include white wine vinegar. The book is not suitable for younger children to actually make, Annabel's My First Cookbook is ideal for this, but if you want really tasty fabulous, easy-to-make family meals that also freeze incredibly well then this is the book for you. An absolute must for any family.

Lisa, 10/09/2013


"its a great book" -

I am 10 years old(and i know that im not as young as the chilldren on the frount cover)but i was looking for a cookbook in the shops, and i must say, all of the other books just seemed too grown-up for me.I looked at this book and flicked through it and thought that it looked, not too "grown-up" ,fun, and yummy! I have made a few things my-self such as:meatball pasta bakenachos for nibblingannalel's granola anddouble raspberry ripple ice creami suffered no injuries(exept having to shower after makind them!!!) and did not need my parents helping me every three seconds!Over-all i would recomend this book to chilldren who love to cook new exiting things

Saffi, 27/12/2011


"Definitely wouldn't recommend!" -

I agree with Sam and Joanna, these books are rubbish - it's all about the adult. People wanting to buy this book, I suggest you think again.

Angie, 27/12/2011


"Truly awful" -

Really don't buy this book. Agree with Joanne on previous review. Am surprised Annabel doesn't want us to spoon feed the children too. Can't see how this book is going to get children excited about cooking and eating if they need an adult to half the tasks for them!

Sam, 15/07/2011


"Too much about the adult" -

I am not very impressed with this book, or her You Can Cook book.While there are SOME nice recipes in both, the proportion of recipes which children can genuinely get involved with is just too small for the age it seems to be pitched at.Lots of the recipes involve ingredients which will have to be chopped by an adult (or a much older child than on the cover) like raw carrots and onions, and raw meat. OK, so some recipes need adult prep. But then the cooking part is often on hobs or needs much stirring of hot pans too. Not that children can't gradually add these skills, but if you're looking for a book to get your young child alongside you genuinely involved in most of the tasks of making the food, I think this is not the best choice. Cooking for Kids (Tatum) or Minichefs (both on this site) have a much higher proportion of recipes where the children can do half the tasks at least in each meal, and build their skills more consistently.

Joanne Thorley, 04/07/2011


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