COOKING ADVENTURES FOR KIDS by Sharon Cadwallader

COOKING ADVENTURES FOR KIDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From the author of the Whole Earth Cookbook (KR, 1972), with pleasantly easygoing full-page pictures of quilted and bell-bottomed natural cooks at work in verdant kitchens, an undemanding, undoctrinaire cookbook that encourages improvisation. Cadwallader is heavy on sunflower seeds and wheat germ, warns against ""too much"" sweetening, cautions readers to be ""sparing"" with aluminum foil and plastic, calls several times for yogurt as an ingredient (but doesn't include a recipe for making it at home), and generally steers a relaxed, unobjectionable middle course through health-food country. The recipes are unexceptional but inviting and reliable; glossaries and tables of measurements are appended.

Pub Date: Nov. 12th, 1974
Page count: 102pp
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin