Alan Rustad Cooks & Kids Too

ISBN 13: 9781909823051

Cooks & Kids Too

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A recipe book with a difference! Children were asked to dream up their favourite food and take over the kitchen, and top chefs helped make this come true. With easy to follow recipes, instructions and photographs to help you on your way, the book is a fun way to get children interested and involved in cooking. A perfect gift for those who need something to amuse children on a rainy day, or little ones who enjoy helping in the kitchen. Includes: Rick Stein, Sophie Dahl, Chris Lee, John Woodward, Kelly Snowdon, Darren Kennedy, Michael Endean, Gill Moss, Jamian Lewis, Ricky Higgs, Sofiane Amour, Chris Owen, Mark Scobbie, Joloyn Yates. All royalties from this book will be donated to the Place2Be charity. - Edited by Alan Rustad and Andrew Isaac - Over 200 photographs

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Alan Rustad was for a decade the face of television news in Wales as senior anchorman of HTV s nightly news program "Wales at Six ." He has worked as a reporter and sub-editor, as well as a freelance contributor to "BBC Radio London." He later moved into television by joining HTV Wales (now ITV Wales) as the station's first English language reporter for news and current affairs programs to cover North Wales.

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