Bill Cooks for Kids : No-fuss Food for the Whole Family
Packed with recipes that are simple, nutritious and kid-friendly, "Bill Cooks for Kids" takes the frazzle out of mealtimes. This ultimate collection covers hurried weekday breakfasts, simple sweet snacks, play-date dinners, feasts for the family, delicious desserts, and party time treats. Bill Granger's recipes are renowned for being unfussy, fast, and packed full of healthy easy-to-access ingredients. His recipes offer a solution to balancing a hectic life while still providing nutritious, enticing meals for families with young children. With over 80 recipes, to appeal to all members of the family, this is a collection both you and the kids will enjoy. Key points: the best of Bill Granger's 'kid-friendly' recipes from six of his best-selling cookbooks, collected in one comprehensive volume; over 80 recipes catering to both adult and kids tastes, written in Bill's signature tone - laid back and approachable; fresh photography and an easy-to-follow layout.
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 234 x 260 x 14mm | 762.03g
- 10 May 2012
- MURDOCH BOOKS
- Millers Point, Australia
About Bill Granger
With his uncomplicated approach to food and laid-back Australian style, chef Bill Granger has changed the face of contemporary Australian dining. Opening his first restaurant, bills, in 1993, it wasn't long before Sydney-siders were clamouring for his signature scrambled eggs and ricotta hotcakes with banana and honeycomb butter. Since then he has opened two more restaurants in Sydney and two in Japan. He has published a range of bestselling cookbooks including bills Sydney food, bills food, bills open kitchen, simply bill, Every Day, Holiday, Feed Me Now! and Bill's Basics. He is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, and his TV series, bills food and bills holiday have screened in Australia, the UK and over 30 other countries.
Our customer reviews
I am a massive Bills fan and use his books regularly - however this one is a major disappointment - rehash of all the same recipes, nothing new and very boring. There are pages of food that is more assembling rather than cooking so would not recommend. Should be renamed as a cookbook for kids maybe. Not worth the paper it is printed onshow moreby Sophie Baldwin