Cooking is a woman’s business. So many say. They teach to prepare girls and daughters, but boys are not taught this. Yes, I understand that cooking is more of a woman’s business, but when a woman is not at home, the man is simply obliged to make breakfast, lunch or dinner. And if there is still a man with a young child, then a sandwich is not enough.
My son has recently become interested in cooking. He learned to bake beautiful pancakes, he knows how to make tea, hot chocolate and cocoa. Now he literally requires new simple recipes that would not require a lot of knowledge. And also the safety of a technician must be remembered, because at 9 years old, not all culinary processes can be entrusted to a child.
That’s when I got the book Mom, give me an apron! Katerina Dronova. This is a collection of recipes for independent children. Already many times she was convinced that the publishing house Mann, Ivanov and Ferber are offering readers very useful and interesting books.
I must say that I liked the book and the child. The book is large, colorful, the design of children, so that the child has to take up the preparation of simple recipes.