Earlier in the week I had a book in my hand and it brought back memories.
Memories of the many Usborne titles.
The memories it invoked were like this:
The item this week was a little different. It was bright, colourful and very useful. In fact I wouldn’t mind having a copy myself. It was The Usborne Cookbook for Children.
- A bumper cookbook with 70 recipes taken from “The Usborne Children’s Cookbook” and “The Children’s Book of Baking”.
- Contains both sweet and savoury recipes, including chicken stir-fry, salmon fishcakes, pizzas, ice-cream, mint choc chip muffins and a classic chocolate cake.
- Each recipe is explained in simple step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations.
- A super spiral-bound edition of two excellent recipe books for budding cooks.
It would make a wonderful gift for a fledgling cook out there of any age. The recipes were modern simple and inviting.