Fifty recipes inspired by the works of Dr. Seuss--for children and grown-ups to cook TOGETHER!
Have you ever wanted to quench your thirst--like a Yink--with a Pink Ink Drink? Or to carve a Roast Beast--like the Grinch--at a holiday meal? Have you always wanted to say Yes, thank you, I WOULD like to try Green Eggs and Ham? Then this
is the book for you!
From Pups in Cups to Star-Belly Peaches to Warm Whisked Wocket Waffles, the simple, wholesome recipes in this unique cookbook are almost as much fun to read as they are to make! Created specifically for children to use with
adults, the text is partially written in rhyme and illustrated throughout with cheerful Seussian-inspired photographs by acclaimed photographer Christopher Testani, and classic artwork from 21 different books by Dr. Seuss. Sturdy lay-flat binding makes it easy to use in the kitchen!
The recipes are organized by the cooking skills they require, making it easy for parents to find the right recipe for their child's ability. An introductory section goes over basic kitchen safety and includes advice on food preparation, cleaning up as you cook, learning from mistakes, and much more. A perfect gift for Dr. Seuss fans, families, and foodies of all ages, The Dr. Seuss Cookbook
is bound to be a cherished addition to any cookbook library!Author:
Random House Books for Young ReadersPublished:
9.10h x 8.20w x 0.70dISBN:
About the Author
DANIEL GERCKE is a writer living in Brooklyn, New York. He has written cookbooks about pies, chickens, and zombies, but at heart he has always been a Green Eggs and Ham kind of guy. His Bar-ba-loot suit still fits. He shares a very lively kitchen with his wife, Melissa Clark, and their daughter, Dahlia.
CHRISTOPHER TESTANI was born and raised in upstate New York and studied cinema and photography at Ithaca College. In 2012 he was selected as one of PDN magazine's 30 photographers to watch, and has gone on to work regularly for a wide range of top editorial and commercial clients around the world. As an avid cook, outdoor enthusiast, and traveler, his work draws inspiration from the things he loves--good food, people, travel, and the stories that bring them all together. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, but can regularly be found traveling wherever the job takes him, or daydreaming about that perfect little cabin in the woods.