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Monday, October 15, 2007

A book for mini-cooks

I believe that like compassion and humility, an interest in good food and cooking should be cultivated in children. The Small Fries cookbook is a great place to start. It's a cookbook for kids featuring more than 100 pages of recipes, tips and activities. All of the recipes were submitted by kids. And it's no small potatoes that Teri Campbell shot all of the art for the book. The photos are absolutely gorgeous...

Proceeds from the sales of the book will be donated to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. So you can give this to a child you know and also help some children you don't know.

Purchase the cookbook online or at Joseph-Beth Booksellers ($9.95).

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at 12:25 PM Anonymous FoodieToo said...

Isn't Small Fries what Tori Spelling is thinking of calling her new french fry venture?

((Yes I watch Tori and Dean Inn Love....))

at 2:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

You actually admit that.

at 2:30 PM Blogger Nicci King said...

Hey! We all have our guilty pleasures...

I don't watch "Inn Love," but I found this online: http://worldofwonder.net/archives/2007/Sep/20/the_fries_of_tori_spelling.wow

So, is Spelling just quirky or is she broke? And I mean "broke" in 90210-nese. Like, she can only spend $7M on a house as opposed to $30M. I remember reading something about her "money woes" (read: she can only spend, say, $1000, not $5000, on a bag) after her father died and left her "nothing" (read: more than many people could spend in a lifetime).

Oh well... That's a cute little restaurant on wheels. Reminds me of freshman year and the burrito RV my friends and I hit up after the clubs closed. That, was of course, long before running water was as important to me as it is now.

at 8:15 AM Anonymous FoodieToo said...

That's right... I watch it....lol

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