Family Cooking Action Pack 2012

by kath_red on 24/06/2012

in Action Pack, Food

Welcome to the Family Cooking edition of Action Pack Magazine for kids. 

  • In this issue there are 30 recipes – all tested and tasted by kid chefs – Orlando and Otilija.
  • Plus we have included a crafty how-to-sew a chef’s hat as well as a convenient printable recipe card section.
  • As well as this we have a included cooking essentials like how to separate eggs, make bread and butter and lots more besides.
  • Action Pack guide to family cooking is divided up into sections:breakfast, afternoon tea, dinner, bread + butter, and dessert. And each recipe is rated ‘super easy’, ‘easy’, ‘medium’ or ‘bit harder’.
  • Plus there are baking tips, safety advice and a kitchen conversion chart.

This is an e-magazine – you will receive a download link to a high quality printable pdf [which can also be viewed on a Tablet or iPad].

Do you like to cook? Do your kids?

Cooking is a great skill to have. If you can be confident in the kitchen, know how to use a knife safely and to be careful around boiling liquids and hot flames, then you are well on your way to becoming an independent and capable person in the kitchen and in life. This Action Pack: Family cooking, will help cooks of all ages to become confident in the kitchen.

Cooking not only teaches you about healthy eating and good quality food, but also makes you aware of the ingredients that go into your food. Kids will begin to appreciate all the time and effort that goes into cooking a meal for the family too. They might not even complain so much if it’s not their favourite food served up at dinner time. Enable your children to become confident cooks and experimental eaters with these 30 delicious and easy to make recipes.

Cooking is part science, part art and part practical skills. Knowing how food reacts and why you need to include certain ingredients in a certain order and cook them at a certain temperature is all science. Why baking powder and yeast makes flour rise. Why cream turns to butter if you over beat it. Why milk curdles if you add lemon juice to it. Knowing these things will make you and your kids more inventive, creative and scientific cooks – you’ll learn all these things and more in this issue.

Cooking is about being independent, learning about food and ingredients and the effort that goes into cooking, but it can also be a really fun, creative and artistic activity. Experimenting with flavour, colour, texture and shape is part of the cooking process. In this e-cooking book, you’ll find food for inspiring this creativity.

Orlando kneading dough

This here little cook book is for kids who like to cook, but it’s also for the whole family too. The recipes inside are practical and uncomplicated and use easy to find everyday ingredients. I hope you and the whole family enjoy this cooking e-book.

Welcome to the Family Cooking edition of Action Pack Magazine for kids. 

This is an e-magazine – you will receive a download link to a high quality printable pdf [which can also be viewed on a Tablet or iPad].

Chocolate choc-chip brownies

Be prepared for mess, for fun and for some seriously good food.

I want to encourage everyone to give cooking a go. Parents don’t be afraid of a little mess – kids, you’ll have to clean up after cooking if you want to cook next time.!

Cooking with kids takes longer – this is just a fact, which is fine – slow and steady will get you there in the end, just read through the recipe, gather your ingredients and do one step at a time.

None of the recipes in this book are difficult, although some recipes might take a little more experience in the kitchen than others – and a little more time. However they are all achievable and we know this because the chefs who cooked the dishes featured here are 9 and 12 years old – younger children will need more supervision, while older ones will only need a little advice now and again.

So get cooking – what are you waiting for?!

This is an e-magazine – you will receive a download link to a high quality printable pdf [which can also be viewed on a Tablet or iPad].

Instructions: After you have purchased the Action Pack you will receive an email with the link to where you can download the pdf. Save it onto your computer and then print out. It is a full colour 20+ page document – print the pages all at once or you need as you need them. For optimum quality choose ‘best quality’ when printing, especially for the pages with illustrations. However feel free to print it out in black and white too. Your PDF can also be saved and viewed onto your Tablet or iPad.

Important: The pdf magazine will be automatically delivered via e-mail as soon as your payment is received. The email address that it is sent to is the email connected to your paypal account. The e-mail you receive will include a link to download the file directly to your computer. Please note that the link will only allow you to access the file for a limited period, so please make sure to download and save the file on your own computer as soon as you receive it. Lost files may be replaced for a period of 30 days following purchase.

Contact for more information: Action-pack@whipup.net

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 joanie June 24, 2012 at 11:37 am

We got ours, it’s fabulous. Bravo to your two chefs!

2 kath_red June 24, 2012 at 7:04 pm

thanks love xx

3 Dace June 26, 2012 at 12:49 am

I bet there are no complaints about the food from these two chefs!

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