Author(s): Louise Fulton Keats
My Grandma's kitchen is the best place to be. We're ever so busy, Grandma and me. We have all sorts of gadgets that go whizz and whir. And there's always a bowl Grandma needs me to stir. Join Lulu and Grandma in the kitchen, where Lulu helps make all kinds of delicious things, like crepes with lemon and sugar, macaroni cheese (her favourite!) and apricot slice. She learns how to whisk and chop and measure - even beat egg whites for pavlova! Lulu and Grandma also pick vegies from the garden, set up a cafe and host a dinner party where little brother Harry and Teddy are the guests of honour. My Grandma's Kitchen is both children's book and cookbook, featuring a fun rhyming story and whimsical illustrations, along with 30 of Margaret Fulton's much-loved recipes. The food is fresh, simple and perfect for making with children - try pasta with homemade pesto, cheese twists or vanilla cupcakes. My Grandma's Kitchen is a book that children will love to read as well as use in the kitchen, and is perfect for encouraging them to get involved in cooking.
Louise Fulton Keats shares the passion that her grandmother, Margaret Fulton, has for food and cooking. Margaret Fulton is Australia's best known and most loved cookery writer. Through her work in magazines and as the author of more than 25 cookbooks, Margaret has exerted an extraordinary influence over Australia's culinary landscape, shaping the way we cook and eat today.