Alice's Food A to Z, includes 30+ recipes for budding young foodie by Alice Zaslavsky.
Culinary correspondent Alice Zaslavsky’s first book for young foodies takes readers on an edible adventure; packed with delicious facts, clever cooking tips and kid-approved recipes. Alice Zaslavsky has been described as "Andy Griffiths meets Heston Blumenthal," and this book brims with her trademark energy and enthusiasm for all things food. Young readers will be captivated by a feast of information: from avocados to zucchini and everything in between. Alice aims to inspire a love of food in kids with her tasty book that’s full of all the things you ever wanted to know about food - and also some things you probably didn’t!
Another title by Alice Zaslavsky "In Praise Of Veg", the definitive guide to making vegetables the centre of the plate.
Alice Zaslavsky is a fresh voice in food, with a bright, inclusive tone that brings people into the kitchen and invites them to stay. Her modern, accessible approach to cooking has been honed through a career that spans champion food judge, critic, writer, television host and food literacy advocate. As a bestselling cookbook author, creator of Phenomenom, a free digital toolkit for teachers and parents to help kids fall in love with food, regular contributor to ABC News Breakfast, ABC Radio and Good Food and with a wide array of other television and media appearances; Alice is a high-profile media personality and established authority on food.
Illustrator Kat Chadwick was born in Pahiatua, New Zealand. She completed a Diploma in Fine Arts (majoring in print making), then spent a few years exhibiting and travelling the world. In 1995 she moved to Melbourne to study Graphic Design at Swinburne University. After gaining an Honours degree, she worked at various Melbourne design studios before establishing her own business, Designland, with her partner in life and design, Andrew Budge.
Format: Paperback, Full Colour, 148 Pages
Dimensions: 19cm x 21.5cm
Publisher: Walker Books Australia