Can I Lick the Spoon, Mum?: A Comics-Style Cookbook for Creating Asian Bakes and Family Memories in the Kitchen (Hardcover)

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Finally, a cookbook for parents and children to use together With a fresh comics style and an easy-to-read format, children will find following each recipe step a breeze And, parents will be able to go from basic butter cookie to flavours of mocha, matcha and peanut, and even make pineapple tarts, as if they've been expert bakers for years In this cookbook, Pamela doesn't hold back. Her passion is to teach parents how to bake with their kids, the way she bakes with her four kids, and the way her baker father taught her. Pamela will give families a clear understanding of 52 recipes, and then show them how to turn basic bakes into advanced bakes, through variations and adaptations. This book also contains Augmented Reality elements, including links to cooking videos, ensuring that even the most novice of family cooks is able to follow along.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789811236419
ISBN-10: 9811236410
Publisher: Co-Published with Ws Education (Children's)
Publication Date: January 1st, 2024
Pages: 96
Language: English

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