Eat It Up! is a beginner’s cookbook that’s as much fun to read as it is to use. Packed with hilarious, all-new cartoons starring chickaDEE favorites Chick and Dee, it offers more than 55 tempting recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacktime, as well as meal plans the entire family can enjoy together. From quick vegetarian stir-fries and mouthwatering butter chicken to creamy mango lassi, the recipes tempt even the pickiest of eaters to broaden their palates and discover a world of exciting new tastes. Easy step-by-step instructions allow budding chefs to be actively involved in meal preparation and cooking with minimal supervision. Fun asides in each recipe encourage young cooks to experiment with herbs, spices, and new ingredients, thus piquing a child’s creativity while building their confidence in the kitchen. For allergy sufferers, a legend denotes when a recipe contains no peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, or eggs. Substitutions for allergenic ingredients and tips on cooking for those with food allergies keep everyone safe.
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Elisabeth de Mariaffi is a mother of two, freelance writer, and poet who loves to cook with kids. Her work for adults has been published across Canada; her work for kids has mainly been seen in her kids' classrooms. She lives in Toronto.
Brooke Kerrigan is a graduate of Sheridan College's Interpretive Illustration program. Her work can be found amongst the pages of Chirp Magazine as well as the recently published cookbook, Eat It Up! She lives in Chamonix, France.
Gabriel Morrissette is an illustrator, animator, and comic book artist. He is a frequent contributor to chickaDEE Magazine and the co-creator of Northguard, Fleur de Lys, and Angloman with Mark Shainblum. He lives in Montreal.
Jay Stephens created the popular Chick and Dee comic for the 20th anniversary of chickaDEE Magazine. He is also the author of Monsters! and The Land of Nod Treasury. He lives in Los Angeles, CA where he works on his Emmy-winning cartoon series Tutenstein.
Steven Charles Manale currently writes and illustrates the Chick and Dee comic for chickaDEE Magazine. He also creates comics for YTV and Thomson Nelson from his home in Toronto.
Wendy Ding is a regular contributor to chickaDEE and OWL magazines. She lives in Toronto.
This updated edition of Owlkids’ first book offers interesting, delicious, varied menus and trusts children’s abilities to prepare and cook them...The [Chick and Dee] cartoons are sure to be enjoyed by the little ones who may also be drawn to try new foods because of them. (Canadian Children’s Book News)
Our Test Kitchen manager took this lively book home to her two daughters and they gave it rave reviews. (Canadian Living)
In a busy world where many kids are eating lots more takeout food and prefab meals than when their parents were young, Eat it Up! is a big silver bullet to the bad-food monster. (Chronicle Herald)
Containing nearly five dozen kid-tested recipes, Eat It Up! does almost all the things that an excellent recipe book for children should do. (CM Magazine: Canadian Review of Materials)
Learning to cook is important for children. On the practical side, there are so many mental and physical skills cooking helps children to acquire. Then the all-important part of cooking: getting to eat and share the results with families and friends. Eat It Up! adds another essential dimension to cooking: fun. The book is brilliantly colored, with food photos and step-by-step illustrations that make this book easy to follow as well as lively. Unlike some books that pander to children's love of sweets, Eat It Up also draws on savory favorites, our cultural diversity and healthy eating practices to offer young users a great introduction to a lifetime of independence and pleasure in the kitchen. (Elizabeth Baird, Executive Food Editor Canadian Living)
The zany spirit of the cartoon personalities may contribute to a messy kitchen, but the diversity of recipes should lead to some happy eaters. (Publishers Weekly)
Unlike many cookbooks launched into the juvenile market, this one is truly kid-oriented...The recipe instructions spell everything out, even the most basic techniques. Best of all, the food choices are appropriate for young diners...The visual elements of the book are excellent, and the color photos of food are especially effective...Eat it Up! will have wide appeal as a first cookbook for both girls and boys... (Quill & Quire)
An excellent book to introduce children to cooking healthy meals and snacks...The products are so well presented and appetizing that kids will want to make every one of them. (Resource Links)
Some recipes are truly fabulous and kid-friendly... (School Library Journal)
...simple, easy, and yummy recipes. (The Family That Reads Together blog 2011-12-09)
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Book Description Owlkids Books, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Revised. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1897349564
Book Description Owlkids, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Jay Stephens; Steve Manale (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M1897349564
Book Description Owlkids, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111897349564
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