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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Matthew Locricchio
  • ISBN:
    0761463135
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761463139
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  • Publisher:
    Two Lions; Reprint edition (December 4, 2012)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Locricchio does a bang-up job of introducing youngsters to the Big 4 cuisines of the world (French, Italian, Chinese & Mexican) while teaching . You won't find canned broth or bouillon cubes in The International Cookbook for Kids.

Locricchio does a bang-up job of introducing youngsters to the Big 4 cuisines of the world (French, Italian, Chinese & Mexican) while teaching children excellent foundation skills that will last them their entire lives. Locricchio teaches them to make a variety of base stocks from scratch. You will find no mixes and no prepared foods here, just real food for real kids, heavy on the veggies and very light on the snack material

Matthew Locricchio is the author of the best-selling The International Cookbook for Kids, which received the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for Children and Family in USA and was designated the winner.

Matthew Locricchio is the author of the best-selling The International Cookbook for Kids, which received the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for Children and Family in USA and was designated the winner of the Disney Adventures Book Award in the "Hands-On" category.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The International Cookbook for Kids. a strong collection of popular dishes attractively presented. - School Library Journal, Dishes that have kid appeal written all over them.

176 p. : 29 cm. "Chef Matthew Locricchio brings us mouthwatering recipes from India, Greece, Thailand, and Brazil specially designed for kids and their families"-Provided by publisher. Introduction - Before you begin: Word about safety - Soups - Appetizers, salads, and relishes - Noodles, rices, and beans - Vegetables, potatoes, and curry paste - Indian feast - Main dishes - Desserts.

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Matthew Locricchio’s most popular book is The International Cookbook for Kids. Showing 15 distinct works. The International Cookbook for Kids by. Matthew Locricchio, Jack McConnell.

The Cooking of Thailand (Superchef). Fantastic book for older children who like to cook! By Thriftbooks. com User, July 17, 2007

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Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Raised in a family in the catering and restaurant business, Matthew Locricchio began preparing and enjoying home-cooked meals at an early age. He has spent many years as a professional cook, and he has acted in movies, on stage, and on television and has written plays for young audiences. Библиографические данные. The International Cookbook for Kids. Фотографии: Jack McConnell.

Author Matthew Locricchio includes recipes that are ex Too often we're . When I first got The International Cookbook for Kids, I paged through it and identified a few recipes I thought would.

Author Matthew Locricchio includes recipes that are ex Too often we're trapped by our expectations. Most of the things in this book I would not have taken on when I was first learning to cook as an adult. When I first got The International Cookbook for Kids, I paged through it and identified a few recipes I thought would be good to start with. I saw that they were all written in a fun, approachable style and in simple terms that wouldn't seem foreign (literally) or overwhelming to kids.

Author:Locricchio, Matthew. Book Binding:Hardback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. See all. About this item. Postage, Returns & Payments. Best-selling in Non-Fiction.

His cookbook, The International Cookbook for Kids won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for . Matthew Locricchio (June 3, 1947 – January 9, 2019) was an American author of cookbooks for young chefs and an actor.

His cookbook, The International Cookbook for Kids won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for Children and Family in 2005. His cookbook, The International Cookbook for Kids won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Book for Children and Family in 2005. Locricchio also authored other cookbooks such as Teen Cuisine, Teen Cuisine: New Vegetarian, The 2nd International Cookbook for Kids, and eight individual titles in the Superchef series.

On your mark . . . get set . . . COOK! The International Cookbook for Kids is packed with features that make cooking a snap: - 60 classic recipes from Italy, France, China, and Mexico - More than 100 full-color photographs and illustrations - Easy-to-follow recipe format - Kid-tested recipes ranging from appetizers to desserts - Chef’s tips discussing ingredients, nutrition, and technique - Safety section discussing basic kitchen precautions - Special taco-party section

Lamranilv
Daughter is into cooking. She got this book ACD loved ever bit of. Recipes are simple and easy to follow and the ingredients are very cost effective. Most cookbooks calls for $$$ ingredients that makes you second and say" it's cheaper to just buy takeout!" But not wth this book.
Very kid friendly and parent pocket friendly
Blackstalker
I bought this book for my 12 year old daughter, whose been wanting to learn how to cook, along with a children's knife set. This book is AWESOME. Every meal that she's picked to make has come out delicious. The ingredients are very basic ingredients that you can find in your local grocery store, and the ingredient list isn't long or too involved. They also aren't ingredients that you'll use once and never need again; most of them you'll probably already have in your pantry.
We also have dietary issues (Celiacs and lactose allergy) and we are able to substitute if needed and the meals still taste great! We also never have leftovers as everyone goes back for seconds.
I HIGHLY recommend this book to any new chef. I cannot wait to pickup the 2nd edition once it's available.
Tonight she made a pork and potato dish all on her own (my 19yr old supervised) and did an amazing job.
Agagamand
I could not decide between The International Cookbook for Kids and Emeril's There's a Chef in My World!: Recipes That Take You Places, so I ordered both of them and am very glad that I did.

Locricchio does a bang-up job of introducing youngsters to the Big 4 cuisines of the world (French, Italian, Chinese & Mexican) while teaching children excellent foundation skills that will last them their entire lives. You won't find canned broth or bouillon cubes in The International Cookbook for Kids. Locricchio teaches them to make a variety of base stocks from scratch. You will find no mixes and no prepared foods here, just real food for real kids, heavy on the veggies and very light on the snack material.

Emeril ranges further afield and includes foods from most regions of the world. He emphasizes good taste and uses a variety of cooking techniques. Nearly all of Emeril's recipes are things that I have been making myself for years and most of his recipes are so close to mine that I know they're good.

You can't go wrong with either book. Better yet, do as I did and just buy both.

Note: Neither of these books are suitable for the 4-8 age group as specified in the publication details.
GawelleN
This is a very helpful book for teaching cooking skills and vocabulary. The Super Girls Club at church is about expanding the skills of young ladies. Excellent tool
Steelcaster
What does he mean cooking for kids. Adults can learn to cook international foods for themselves. Looks so good.
Taun
This has great delicious recipes, I'm sure you'll want this book, and be sure to get the second too!
Natety
It's a nice big book, not little and flimsy and you may think from the price. My nephew loved it for Christmas! Also the recipes are healthy and budget friendly!!!
Bought it for my niece and nephew as a combo gift with aprons. After looking at it, I think I may order one for myself. (I am 37.)