Who's Cooking Tonight?

Who's Cooking Tonight?

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Based on a popular website, www.itsmyturntocooktonight.com, Who's Cooking Tonight? is a one-of-a kind cookbook, written by a teenager especially for other teenagers. Claire Gourley has packed Who's Cooking Tonight? full of the kinds of quick and tasty dishes that we all love to cook and eat. It includes step-by-step preparation instructions for the new generation of cooks, with lots of nutrition and money-saving tips throughout. So join Claire in giving cooking a go! Whether you feel like bacon and egg pie, fried rice or burritos for dinner, with Who's Cooking Tonight? you won't want to wait until it's your turn to cook!
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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • Penguin Group (NZ)
  • Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 0143205420
  • 9780143205425

About Claire Gourley

Sixteen-year-old Claire hopes to inspire other young people to cook for their families with her recipes and cooking tips on the website she has co-written with her mother Glenda, www.itsmyturntocook.com. Claire has appeared on the popular TV2 after-school shows, The Erin Simpson Show and What Now as well as national radio programmes such as Newstalk ZB. Glenda is a food writer and editor. With a background in teaching Home Economics, she established a national nutrition education for the school food programme for the Heart Foundation. Glenda also implemented the 2008 United Nations International Year of the Potato, increasing sales of potatoes by around 30%.Glenda has written about 15 cookbooks and manuals, including Quick Food for the Heart and Family Food for the Heart for the National Heart Foundation.
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