Book Review: Kid Chef Every Day: The Easy Cookbook for Foodie Kids by Colleen Kennedy

Kid Chef Every Day: The Easy Cookbook for Foodie Kids by Colleen Kennedy

If you are a preteen and want to learn how to impress your friends by feeding them fancy dishes, you can learn how to do that with the book Kid Chef Every Day: The Easy Cookbook for Foodie Kids by Colleen Kennedy.

Even if you don’t know how to boil water, you can learn how to make amazing food with this book.

Kid Chef Every Day is really a course in pretty much everything you need to know when it comes to cooking.  If you don’t know a saucepan from a spatula, this book will teach you.

There are some great instructions for any beginning cook.  No one wants those early failures most of us had when we were learning how to cook. The first time I tried to make gravy, even the dog wouldn’t eat it. The first time Suzanne made it, you could slice it.

But, you can avoid those problems if you follow these directions step-by-step.  There are even directions on how to follow the directions for making the perfect dish every time.

Parents, you can help your older kids take some of the work off of you when you buy your kids the Kid Chef line of books.  You can be sure your kids have the skills they need to handle themselves in the kitchen and make you a wonderful meal.

Kid Chef Every Day makes the perfect gift for any time of the year.  

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

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