Kitchen Garden Cooking for Kids contains over 120 recipes that children can cook at home with a little bit of adult supervision. The layout is accessible and fun, with lots of helpful hints and useful facts. Unlike other cookbooks for kids, this one does not assume that a child's palate is unsophisticated or unable to appreciate complex tastes. The recipes, while simple in structure, use a wide range of ingredients, with an emphasis on those that are healthy, interesting and inexpensive. The book also tells the story of the Kitchen Garden at Collingwood College, a program initiated by Stephanie in 2001 to introduce inner-city kids to the joys of healthy, homemade food. Since then, Stephanie, along with a dedicated team, has worked with primary-age children, teaching them to grow edible organic produce in the school grounds, and how to turn their harvest into wonderful dishes such as muffins, homemade pastas, vegetable-rich winter soups and decorated tea eggs. Beautifully illustrated with photographs by renowned food photographer Simon Griffiths, this book will set new directions in the way we think about cooking with and feeding our children.
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