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Pink Princess Cookbook

Barbara Beery

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Simple beginner recipes that show girls how to make homemade treats just as sweet as they are!   Every girl can be a princess with the Pink Princess Cookbook—and rescue themselves from snacktime boredom, in the kitchens of their very own castles.   From a teacher of children’s cooking classes and summer cooking camps, these special recipes focus on the flavors and themes every princess will love. Perfect for tea parties, rainy days, or afternoon playtime, Pink Princess Cookbook is filled with creative fun.
Available since: 09/01/2009.
Print length: 64 pages.

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