Just Eat!: Famous Aussies Get Kids into the Kitchen

Clinton, K-L/ Hutchinson, Stephanie

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Publisher: New Holland
ISBN-13: 9781864367102
Binding: Paperback
Year Published: 2001
Don't know what to cook tonight? Feel like a snack? Want to do some cooking with the kids? Want to surprise Mum and Dad? If so, you need Just Eat!: Famous Aussies Get Kids into the Kitchen. Fun, humorous and inspiring, this quirky little cookbook will get mums, dads and kids mixing, kneading, baking and stirring in no time.

You'll find recipes for old favourites like soups, pizza and meatballs, sophisticated dishes like smoked salmon risotto, yummy desserts and treats like sticky date pudding and butterfly cakes, and even a foolproof formula for making Mum breakfast in bed!

All the recipes have been supplied by Australian celebrities, so you can find out what Elle Macpherson grew up on, what Neil Perry likes for a snack and what Jeff Fenech feeds his kids. The recipes are guaranteed to be delicious because they’re all tried-and-tested favourites! And while you're throwing flour around the kitchen, you can think about the kids at The Children's Hospital at Westmead you'll have helped by buying this book - proceeds from sales of the book are going to the hospital's Leukaemia Research and Support Fund. Happy cooking!

"We are the moulders and creators of our future generation, instilling love, happiness, confidence and self-esteem in the hearts of our children. Then we give them wings to fly. This is the true meaning of success and every parent's dream." - Heather Turland.

"Take time out every day to listen to your children." - Marcia Hines.

"Never tell your children that the food you've prepared is actually healthy and good for them. Always tell them that the food is 'rubbish', that it will rot their teeth and stunt their growth and slowly but surely eat up their gizzards. That way they'll beg you for seconds!" - Gretel Killeen.

"As a parent I learned how important it is to teach my kids to respect others, because at the end of the day - whether you are rich or poor, black or white - we are all the same." - Jeff Fenech.
ID: 20179
Code: NH000081