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Funky Chicken Enchiladas: and Other Mexican Dishes
This title covers these subjects: Cooking., Dinners., Mexican cooking.
Funky Chicken Enchiladas: and Other Mexican Dishes
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Funky Chicken Enchiladas: and Other Mexican Dishes

Spice up your family’s dinner by cooking a fresh Mexican dish! From cheesy quesadillas to chicken enchiladas, these kid-friendly Mexican dishes will bring everyone to the table.

Reading LevelGrades 1-3
Interest LevelGrades 1-3
Lexile LevelIG820L
Early Intervention Level25
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Dimensions9" x 11"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $27.99 School/Library Price

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Bless their Hearts Mom Blog - Nicole

"Capstone Press recently sent me some wonderful Kids Cookbooks to try out and I couldn't wait to try some of the recipes from Funky Chicken Enchiladas and Other Mexican Dishes! The book is aimed and Grades 1-3 and includes everything from cheesy quesadillas to the enchiladas to guacamole to wedding cookies! I like how in the beginning of the books they show illustrations of the cooking items needed for cooking with the book. It gives kids a better idea of what is needed to cook with! Each recipe has a list of ingredients AND a list of tools needed for it. THEN each step is ILLUSTRATED (isn't that a great idea-don't you wish ALL cookbooks were like that?). Most of the recipes were very simple and pretty much the ones we normally use!" - Bless their Hearts Mom Blog

November 21, 2009

Nick Fauchald

Nick Fauchald

New York-based Nick Fauchald is the author of numerous children books. He helped create the magazine Every Day with Rachael Ray and has been an editor at Food & Wine and Wine Spectator magazines. Nick attended the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan and has worked with some of the world's best chefs. However, he still thinks kids are the most fun to cook with.

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