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Melissa Clark, Kid in the Kitchen: 100 Recipes and Tips for Young Home Cooks

DETAILS:

  • Date:
  • November 22, 2020

  • Time:
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Sunday
  • Fee:
  • $30

FOR KIDS!

Melissa Clark, Kid in the Kitchen: 100 Recipes and Tips for Young Home Cooks

ZOOM Webinar Author Talk + Q & A

Tickets: Free for one virtual ticket or $30 for one virtual ticket and copy of book (shipping included)

 

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Melissa Clark, the New York Times food columnist and beloved home cooking authority, spins 100 all-new recipes for a robust new audience of home chefs: kids ages 8-14!

 

Clark, who has more range than any food writer today (and a young daughter to boot), marries the flavors beloved by adult fans of her bestselling cookbooks and her work in the New York Times with recipes that any kid, whether cooking-curious or already kitchen-puttering, can make and build on, including Brown Butter French Toast, Sweet or Savory Dutch Babies, Burgers with Kimchi Mayo, Gingerbread Snacking Cake, and No-Machine Ice Cream. These one hundred recipes (each with allergy and special diet info) are unmistakably Melissa, just simplified.

 

With seventy-five full-color photographs and helpful lessons on topics such as how to measure, the ingredients you really need (anchovies, guys!), stuff you can fudge (herbs), and how to clean up like nothing ever happened, this must-have resource is both friendly and authoritative.

 

Melissa Clark is the author of the New York Times bestseller Dinner in French, as well as Dinner, Dinner in an Instant, and Comfort in an Instant, and is a staff writer for the New York Times Food section, where she writes the wildly popular column “A Good Appetite.” The winner of multiple James Beard and IACP awards, Melissa is the host of the “Weeknight Kitchen” podcast from The Splendid Table. Her work has been selected for the Best American Food Writing. 

 

Presented in partnership with the JCC Literary Consortium.

The Book Festival is supported by the Grotta Fund for Senior Care of the Jewish Community Foundation, and the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center.