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Summer Reading: Fanny At Chez Panisse

With the tremendous success of the foodie movie, Ratatouille, kids may be disappointed by a cookbook that dumbs down cooking with vegetable faces and cookie cutter shaped sandwiches.

However Alice Waters' children's cookbook is written from the point of view of her daughter Fanny. Fanny At Chez Panisse is the perfect tome for a child who has shown interest in the culinary world. The book begins with Fanny describing her mother's world inside the famed kitchen at Berkeley's Chez Panisse and includes the people who are a part of the daily workings of a restaurant. Later Fanny provides recipes to 46 of her favorite dishes ranging from peach crisp to roast chicken with herbs to garlic mayonnaise — all of which are delicious enough to be enjoyed by both children and parents alike. If you know a child who is interested in learning more about food, think about giving them this delicious book.

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lisajaycee lisajaycee 8 years
Ooooo! I'm trying to teach my step-daughter about food and cooking, and this book looks perfect! Running off to order it right now...
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 8 years
I got this book for my daughter and now everything we eat is made with fresh ingrediants.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
That's a really neat idea.
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