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In the Kitchen with Grandma
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Release Date: August 2019
Page Count: 176
Size: 7 x 9
Binding: Perfectbound
ISBN: 978-0-7369-7587-2
Case Lot Quantity: 30

In the Kitchen with Grandma

Stirring Up Tasty Memories Together

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Delicious Moments Made to Last
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.
You’ll discover dozens of delicious recipes, including many that are gluten-free, you and your grandchild will love making…and eating! But more important, you’ll 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 child’s age and skill level. Along the way, you’ll 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.
Let’s go make some memories!  

Meet the author

Lydia E. Harris

Lydia E. Harris

Lydia E. Harris loves to develop and test recipes with her grandchildren. Lydia’s recipes have appeared in two children’s cookbooks and several magazines, including Pockets and Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse and Brio. Her bimonthly column, “A Cup of Tea with Lydia,” has been published in The...

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09/05/19 sylvia stewart


Fun in the Kitchen!

In the Kitchen with Grandma is a charming cookbook for bringing grandparents and grandchildren together in the kitchen. The recipes are grouped seasonally, so it’s easy to find a suitable recipe for family gatherings during each season of the year.

Also, each recipe is graded as to preparation difficulty, one can easily choose a recipe according to the age of the grandchild who is working with Grandma. I truly love a recipe that is delicious and easy to make, so I will definitely be making some of these recipes by myself, since my own grandchildren are grown.

The author has a Master’s degree in Home Economics and makes up her own recipes. She offers tips and shortcuts, as well as changes of ingredients to make some recipes gluten-free. I found her step-by-step instructions to be easy to follow.

“A Spoonful of Sharing” offers ideas for conversations while creating each recipe. This will make kitchen time meaningful between Grandma and grandchild.

The author gave me a copy because I had helped her with editing, but she didn’t ask for a favorable review. This review is my honest opinion.

11/15/18 Ann

This isn’t out yet but I’ve pre-sampled many of the recipes and can’t wait to have them in my collection, even though I am not a grandma! I love her “Amazing Corn Chowder” with “Sausage, Ham, and Swiss Cheese Melts.” My children have grown up with her tea parties so we’ve been deliciously spoiled and loved on. Someday I’ll be a grandma and this will be how I spend time with the next generation and share my love.

11/14/18 Joan M.

Looking forward to the release of the cookbook, In the Kitchen with Grandma. I’ve sampled some of the recipes and have greatly enjoyed each one! What is really unique about this cookbook is the words of wisdom regarding sharing your faith with children while you are together in the kitchen creating tasty treats! This is a cookbook that will nourish body and soul!

11/13/18 Ruth R.

What a great idea and such a delightful looking recipe book. I look forward to purchasing a copy and trying some of the recipes.

Great idea for gifts.

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