If you enjoy browsing through the Library’s cooking section, why not investigate the books in our Children’s collection? You never know what you might find. Discover a new world of recipes that are suitable for all chefs.
I borrowed Festival Foods by Jenny Vaughan and Penny Beauchamp, which features recipes from many different cultures, cooked for celebrations and feast days.
I created a delicious Israeli honey cake and also found some great recipes including a hearty Ramadan soup and savoury dumplings from China.
Children’s cookbooks are colourful and often include fascinating information on the cultural background of different recipes and the ingredients they use.
Other titles that impressed me are The Australian Women’s Weekly Kids’ Cooking for Health, The Usborne Healthy Cookbook by Fiona Patchett, Kids’ Cooking, I Can Cook Middle Eastern Food by Wendy Blaxland and the series A World of Recipes by Sue Townsend.
You can search the Library’s online catalogue or enquire about children’s cookbooks next time you visit the Library.