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Mud Pies and Other Recipes A Cookbook for Dolls by Marjorie Winslow

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Published by Walker Books for Young Readers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Cooking & Food,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Fiction,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction / Toys, Dolls & Puppets,
  • Cookery,
  • Cooking

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsErik Blegvad (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7877476M
ISBN 100802787673
ISBN 109780802787675

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Find books like Mud Pies and Other Recipes from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Mud Pies and Other Recipes also lik.   For forty years, Mud Pies and Other Recipes has been the consummate cookbook for dolls, using only the finest ingredients found outside. All of the perennial doll favorites are here, including Dandelion SoufflÈ, Wood Chip Dip, and, of course, Mud Pies.3/5(1).   The book is organized by course, and includes a general discussion of yard cookery along with detailed ingredient lists, methods for preparation, and helpful serving suggestions. And on every page, Erik Blegvad’s delightful pen-and-ink drawings ensure that Mud Pies and Other Recipes is a feast for the eyes as well as the imagination/5(49). Get this from a library! Mud pies and other recipes. [Marjorie Winslow; Erik Blegvad] -- Cookbook for dolls which includes receipes for stuffed sea shells, mud puddle soup, hot dogwood, roast rocks, honeysuckle wine, mud pies and other dishes.

Get this from a library! Mud pies and other recipes. [Marjorie Winslow; Erik Blegvad] -- Presents playful recipes for such dishes as "Wood Chip Dip," "Seesaw Salad," "Roast Rocks," and "Pencil Sharpener Pudding," to be prepared for and enjoyed by dolls. mud pies and other recipes. NY: The Macmillan Company, c fifth printing unpaginated. black and white illustrations Erik Blegvad. sm. 8vo. near fine hardcover with only minimal shelf-rubbing on corner tips.   About the Writer James Mustich. James Mustich is the author of the new book 1, Books to Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List.A veteran bookseller, he was a founder, and for twenty years publisher, of the book catalogue A Common Reader, and later the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Barnes & Noble : James Mustich.   The book is organized by course, and includes a general discussion of yard cookery along with detailed ingredient lists, methods for preparation, and helpful serving suggestions. And on every page, Erik Blegvad’s delightful pen-and-ink drawings ensure that Mud Pies and Other Recipes is a feast for the eyes as well as the imagination.5/5(1).

  Mud Pies and Other Recipes is one of the most imaginative, enchanting, and FUN books that I have ever laid eyes on. All the magic of doll tea parties, forest outings, and mud pies is incorporated within the pages of this quaint little a most serious manner, Ms. Winslow will teach your little girls how to easily and properly prepare delicious doll-sized appetizers, 5/5(5). Synopsis 'Mud Pies and Other Recipes' is the consummate cookbook for dolls. It presents playful, creative and easy-to-prepare back garden recipes for the tiniest cooks, including suggested menu plans and recipes for beverages.,A suggested menu for your next luncheon: Daisy Dip, Marigold Madness, Dandelion Souffl, Tossed Leaves, Putty Fours, and to drink, Iced Rainspout Rating: % positive. Winslow’s recipes appeal to the considerable wit, sophistication and imaginative prowess of many young children. Winslow’s book is a gem.” —Prospero, on The Economist website “When I was about five years old, Granny gave me my first cookbook—Mud Pies and Other Recipes. Even though it was a pretend cookbook, it somehow persuaded.   Mud Pies and Other Recipes was first published in , but Marjorie Winslow was ahead of her time. Even before the days of conscientious reducing and recycling, she reminded us that “cooking utensils should, whenever possible, be made from something that would otherwise be thrown away.”.