In the French Kitchen With Kids by Mardi Michels (147)

Who doesn’t like fresh cooking? I know my mouth starts to water when I see French food prepared on television. I always thought it was hard to make French food. However, this book taught me otherwise.

After reading this book, I wrote out a few French recipes which I will be making over the next weeks and months to change things up with our meals at home. Some of these recipes are so easy, even kids can make them. In fact, that is one of the author’s main reasons for writing the book.

There are so many yummy recipes in this book. For instance, there is an easy croissant recipe and a few fish cake recipes that take literally 10 minutes to prepare. There is also a recipe for Crème Brule, a desert that I SO love, and eclairs! Yup, these recipes are mouth-watering good and easy to make. What a great combination.

One of the purposes of this book is to give kids the opportunity to cook with their family. There is nothing that says home more than cooking as a family.

With few families cooking or even eating together, this book is written for the modern family to get them into the habit of cooking and eating together. This will also give families a chance to connect and eat good, healthy food. The book also has a section on how parents can effectively cook with kids.

I loved this book and will be recommending it to young families in my midst.

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