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Ready, set, bake! Baking is fun, a great way to connect with kids, and the results are delicious. Whether you're slathering fluffy, white frosting over a decadent chocolate cake, or forming soft ropes of dough into creative shapes, time spent together in the kitchen creates memories that last a lifetime. Both young and old love a warm surprise when it comes out of the oven. Baking Kids Love brings the magic of baking alive through thirty delicious recipes, designed for 8 to 12-year-olds, that are totally a blast to make--and eat!

Baking instructor Cindy Mushet and her daughter Bella team up with cookware authority Sur La Table to carefully guide kids through the experience of creating awesome masterpieces in the kitchen. Step-by-step instructions for key steps (along with Bella's personal comments about the recipes), inventive variations, and colorful photography complete the book. Popovers magically rising into puffy, golden pillows, and gooey, warm cheese melting over the sides of a crispy pizza crust--these are just a few of the surprises waiting to be enjoyed in this book. So roll up your sleeves, get a little flour on your hands, and warm your stomach with a treat while sharing a smile. Baking Kids Love is baking that both kids and adults will love.

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Sur La Table is the trusted authority when it comes to all things cooking related. Sur La Table entices aficionados and curious beginners alike with its amazing selection of cookware, bakeware, tools, cookbooks, and cooking school programs designed to make any cook's life easier. They have coauthored nine cookbooks including The Art and Soul of Baking (2008), which received the 2009 IACP Cookbook Award for Baking, was chosen by Gourmet magazine as a book club selection, and was nominated for 2009 baking book of the year by the James Beard Foundation. Baking Kids Love (2009) was also nominated for a 2010 IACP Cookbook Award for Kids/Family Cookbooks. The original store and headquarters are in Seattle, Washington.

Cindy Mushet is the author of The Art and Soul of Baking, which won the IACP Cookbook Award for Baking, received a nomination from The James Beard Foundation, and was chosen by Gourmet magazine as a book club selection. She has been a professional pastry chef and baking instructor for over twenty years. Her recipes have appeared in numerous publications, including Bon Appétit, Fine Cooking, Country Home, the National Culinary Review, the New York Times, and The 150 Best American Recipes (2006). Her first book, Desserts: Mediterranean Flavors, California Style, was published in 2000. Inspired by her daughter Bella, Cindy has taught baking to many children, both in school classrooms and in summer baking camps. A fun and engaging teacher, Cindy has also taught thousands of adults nationwide. She makes her home in the Los Angeles area.


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  • Relié: 128 pages
  • Editeur : Andrews McMeel Publishing; Édition : Spi (15 septembre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0740783459
  • ISBN-13: 978-0740783456
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,6 x 1,8 x 27,2 cm
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Par Gail Cooke TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 20 septembre 2009
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This book is a prime idea if there ever was one! Well remembered are the days when my Mom brought me into the kitchen intent upon my learning the basics of food preparation. Regrettably, little of it took - perhaps because I was assigned to peeling, paring, chopping detail.

With this bright, fun cookbook young ones take an active part in the total preparation of 30 kid-friendly, tempting recipes. They'll prepare cookies, pies, tarts, fruit desserts, quick bread, cakes, and yeast breads. Now, these aren't just ordinary cookies or cakes. But some cookies are so colorful and shapely you almost hesitate to bite into them. Budding artists may decorate them with sprinkles, sugar pearls, large crystal sugar, dragees plus candies if they wish. Cakes and cupcakes are presented with equal flair - decked out in swirls of frosting, even with cherries on top!

Especially helpful is an opening "Notes To Adults" - my favorite reminder here is "It's food, not world peace. Memories are made and lessons are learned even when disaster strikes." Kids will enjoy and connect with the comments from Cindy Mushet's 11-year-old daughter, Bella, such as "My favorite part about making cookies is eating them warm." or "I like decorating cakes because I can swipe a taste of frosting when no one is looking."

Both practical and palate-pleasing Baking Kids Love is spiral bound for easy reading when cooking, recipes are step-by-step numbered, and the book is printed on sturdy paper that sponged off easily when I mislaid a few drops!

Enjoy!

- Gail Cooke
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25 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Nicely done, 3 1/2 stars 27 septembre 2009
Par Mom of Sons - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wish Amazon didn't consider 3 stars a negative review because this is not a negative review. I consider 3 stars average, and I give this nice book a slightly better than average grade of 3 1/2 stars.

Why not five stars? A few reasons. For instance, the pictures are great, but there isn't a photo of every recipe, a big mistake in a book for kids. And in many cases the picture of the dish is on the next page - not where the recipe starts. Also a mistake in a book for kids.

Which brings me to my big question: is this a book for kids or isn't it? I don't think the publishers could decide, either. It isn't written "down" to kids' level, and although the first "rule" listed is to not make everything complicated and just enjoy the process, the rest of the "rules" go on for two pages. Very adult-oriented.

But the colors are kid-appealing, and there's that "kids" in the title. And the author's darling daughter is in most photos, as are other kids.

So it's a book for kids with an adult cooking with them, I think.

About the recipes: nice, good, but nothing groundbreaking, unless you think adding crushed cornflakes to chocolate chip cookies makes them a whole new dessert.

Recommendation: A nice enough book, and very attractive. But only a 3 1/2 star rating, because nothing really distinguishes this book from the thousands of other cookbooks out there.
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Let the Baking Begin! 18 novembre 2009
Par jessbcuz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a sucker for a cookbook to use with kids. Some of my favorite moments with my children are when we are all wrapped in aprons, covered in flour, and licking a spoon. This latest book from Sur la Table, Baking Kids Love, offers up just the right recipes to get you and your kids in the kitchen. It is very (very) similar to Williams Sonoma Kids Baking, and if you own that then you probably don't need this...unless you're like me and like to have choices. It has the same features as that title which I think are absolutely necessary for baking with children: 1) spiral bound so the pages lie nice and flat so everyone can see the instructions, 2) ingredients and tools are listed separately at the beginning of each recipe so you can make sure you have everything you need before you get started, 3) nicely paced and numbered directions (so everyone knows what's happening) and, 4) a nice mix of easy and slightly more complex recipes so that this cookbook can last even after they graduate from needing your assistance in the kitchen.

Kids love being in the kitchen, but cooking is so much harder--it involves sharp knives, hot pans, steaming water, and a host of other things that your pre-schoolers' through elementary aged children are probably not as able to navigate. Baking offers a wonderful way to spend time with your children, sneakily teach them math and cultural awareness, and helping them toward becoming more self-sufficient. Cindy Mushet's intro to this book frames this nicely, and she carries that idea about baking with children through her book. If you're ready to get in the kitchen with your children, or know a child or parent who is, then you can't miss with this book. Let the baking begin!
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There are better children's baking books out there 4 octobre 2009
Par Deb Nam-Krane - Publié sur Amazon.com
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On the surface, this seems like a fun cookbook for seven-to-ten year olds. It's bound, has easy to read print, full color photographs and plenty of pictures of children in the kitchen. I was excited. But once you start looking at the pictures, you can see that this isn't going to work out.

Most of the photographs are not step by step instructions; in fact, most of them aren't even the finished product. For this age group- heck, even for most adults these days- that's a must. There were instead pictures of children in the kitchen, sometimes even stirring things in bowls, but overall they were not descriptive.

The recipes themselves held most of the stock favorites- chocolate cake, cupcakes, focaccia, pizza, etc. I found the instructions easy enough to follow, but again, they would have been better for this age group with... follow along pictures.

However, I should add that my nearly-ten year-old daughter thought that it was a great book and found a number of things that she wanted me to make- immediately. Fair enough, but the Williams Sonoma take on the same idea is better.
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KIDS WILL LOVE IT AND SO WILL YOU ! 20 septembre 2009
Par Gail Cooke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is a prime idea if there ever was one! Well remembered are the days when my Mom brought me into the kitchen intent upon my learning the basics of food preparation. Regrettably, little of it took - perhaps because I was assigned to peeling, paring, chopping detail.

With this bright, fun cookbook young ones take an active part in the total preparation of 30 kid-friendly, tempting recipes. They'll prepare cookies, pies, tarts, fruit desserts, quick bread, cakes, and yeast breads. Now, these aren't just ordinary cookies or cakes. But some cookies are so colorful and shapely you almost hesitate to bite into them. Budding artists may decorate them with sprinkles, sugar pearls, large crystal sugar, dragees plus candies if they wish. Cakes and cupcakes are presented with equal flair - decked out in swirls of frosting, even with cherries on top!

Especially helpful is an opening "Notes To Adults" - my favorite reminder here is "It's food, not world peace. Memories are made and lessons are learned even when disaster strikes." Kids will enjoy and connect with the comments from Cindy Mushet's 11-year-old daughter, Bella, such as "My favorite part about making cookies is eating them warm." or "I like decorating cakes because I can swipe a taste of frosting when no one is looking."

Both practical and palate-pleasing Baking Kids Love is spiral bound for easy reading when cooking, recipes are step-by-step numbered, and the book is printed on sturdy paper that sponged off easily when I mislaid a few drops!

Enjoy!

- Gail Cooke
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Tasty, Easy-to-follow Recipes 3 novembre 2009
Par D. Baer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
I enjoy baking with my children and it is tough to find recipes that produce something that is fairly simple but yields an interesting product. I mean, how many batches of cookies can you make before that gets old?

The beginning section of this book is several tips both for children and for the parents who are assisting. Granted, a lot of it is common sense, but there are reviews of measuring skills (wet and dry), guidelines regarding testing for doneness, and an interesting section on choosing basic baking ingredients (different kinds of milk, sugar, flour, etc.). Beyond that, there are a few more advanced skills: peeling, coring and slicing apples and melting chocolate to name a couple.

When cooking with my children, I like to make sure we've got everything we need prepared and measured before we start (I *like* to do that, but it doesn't always happen). To facilitate this practice, each recipe in this book has both 'ingredients' and 'tools' sidebar sections. The pages are colorful and have large pictures of both the finished products and children having fun in their creation. A nice touch is the tips from the author's daughter regarding her favorite practices or memories regarding various recipes.

We have made several of the recipes from the book and found them simple to prepare, assemble, and complete. The finished product has been consistently good and I look forward to my next one: either the 'Nuts for Nutella Chocolate Tart' or the 'Soft and Sweet Cinnamon Rolls.'

On the downside, I found the index to be all but useless. I forgot where the recipe for cinnamon rolls lived and found an entry for neither 'cinnamon' nor 'rolls, cinnamon' -- not even 'Soft and Sweet Cinnamon Rolls,' which is the title of the recipe. Instead, it is listed once under 'yeast breads, Soft and Sweet Cinnamon Rolls.' The index is only 3 pages and not terribly difficult to scan through completely, but that annoyed me.

The book has a hard cover with a spiral binding, and will lie flat on the counter or stay open nicely on a cookbook holder.
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