The Family That Cooks Together: 85 Zakarian Family Recipes from Our Table to Yours (Paperback)

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The Zakarian sisters present the #1 national bestselling and definitive cooking guide for kids and parents who want to create joy in the kitchen and at the table!

Madeline and Anna, daughters of Geoffrey Zakarian, use their experience growing up with a professional chef for a dad to bring some of their favorite recipes to the world. You don’t have to be a foodie to love good food, and you definitely don’t need to be an adult to make a great meal.

Join the Zakarian sisters as they introduce you and your family to 85 delicious dishes, drinks, and snacks for cooks of all abilities. Along with easy-to-follow instructions, Madeline and Anna share their tricks of the trade on a variety of tasty recipes, from savory breakfasts to sweet desserts—and all their go-to items in between. Mouthwatering photographs of every recipe show you how each dish will turn out in this fun cookbook for the whole family!

About the Author


Anna and Madeline Zakarian, daughters of Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, have appeared in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, guest edited Food Network Magazine, cooked on Food Network's hit show The Kitchen and regularly on GMA. When not cooking at home or in one of their parents' restaurants, they attend school in New York City and work with City Harvest to help feed those in need.

Anna, as described by Madeline in ten words:
Caring, Sweet, Loud, Smart, Crazy, Loving, Enthusiastic, Musical, Sporty, Artistic

Madeline, as described by Anna in ten words: 
Stylish, Smart, Mature, Funny, Musical, Artistic, Dramatic, Organized, Loving, Amazing
 


Product Details
ISBN: 9780316538381
ISBN-10: 0316538388
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Publication Date: October 6th, 2020
Pages: 192
Language: English

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