Publisher description for Tallulah in the kitchen / by Nancy Wolff.


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Some things to keep in mind:
A. Lumps are okay.
B. Too much stirring will result in
thick, heavy pancakes that sit in
your tummy for an entire day.
C. Four hands are better than
two hands.
D. Never sneeze directly into the batter.

A friendly introduction to pancake making by a most stylish culinary cat-Tallulah!

Tallulah is a cat. You might say she is something of a pancake expert. Not every kind she creates turns out perfectly, of course-the coconut and jelly bean filled variety was not a big hit. But her marshmallow and sliced banana pancakes are simply divine. Today, Tallulah is going to make her special Blueberryalicious Pancakes. And while Tallulah takes her cooking very seriously, she and her friends also know how to have fun in the kitchen.

Step by step, from buying all the ingredients to flipping the last pancake, Tallulah introduces young children to the joys of cooking.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cookery -- Fiction.
Pancakes, waffles, etc. -- Fiction.
Cats -- Fiction.