Kids in the kitchen, really cooking

January 28, 1998|By Heather McPherson | Heather McPherson,ORLANDO SENTINEL

You arrive home from work and dinner has been prepared by a darling troop of junior chefs.

Before you shout "What have you done with my kids?" consider that the culinary munchkins could very well be your children.

With the publication of "The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Children's Cookbook" (Morrow Junior Books, $17.95), now parents have a handy text to teach youngsters how to prepare all kinds of foods.

The recipes are easy to follow and include thorough instructions, ensuring that the inexperienced cook knows what to do every step of the way. For example, every time a hot pot is picked up, the cook is instructed to use a potholder to grab the handle.

Pub Date: 1/28/98

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