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Enjoy delicious, grandma-tested recipes you and your grandchild will love making together, as well as wisdom and tips from grandmas like you. Make lasting memories in the kitchen as you discover 100 delicious child-friendly recipes to cook with up with your grandchild as you share life lessons with your little helper.
|Title: In the Kitchen with Grandma: Stirring Up Tasty Memories Together|
By: Lydia E. Harris
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.00 (inches)|
Weight: 9 ounces
Stock No: WW975871
As a grandma, what could be sweeter than cooking up something wonderful with your grandchild? Celebrate the gift of good food and grandparenthood in this collection of recipes, wisdom, and tips from grandmas like you.
Youll discover dozens of delicious recipes, including many that are gluten-free, you and your grandchild will love making…and eating! But more important, youll have the opportunity to create lasting memories, and share your faith and life lessons with your special little helper.
Each recipe is grandma tested and rated for difficulty, so you can always find a tasty treat that fits any childs age and skill level. Along the way, youll be inspired by select Scripture verses and get more great ideas for connecting with your grandkid.
From Floating Frosty Snowmen in January to Peppermint Angel Cake in December, you and your grandchild will enjoy spending time in the kitchen all year long.
Lets go make some memories!
Lydia E. Harris loves to develop and test recipes with her grandchildren. Lydias recipes have appeared in two childrens cookbooks and several magazines, including Pockets and Focus on the Familys Clubhouse Jr., Clubhouse, and Brio. Her bimonthly column, "A Cup of Tea with Lydia," has been published in The Country Register in the US and Canada for two decades and reaches approximately 500,000 readers. Lydia is also the author of Preparing My Heart for Grandparenting: For Grandparents at Any Stage of the Journey. She earned her masters in Home Economics at the University of Washington, where she met her husband, Milt. They have been married for more than 50 years and enjoy spending time with their two married children and five grandchildren.