Instructions for nearly 200 creative kitchen projects, including a copper plating experiment, invisible ink, experiments with liquids, and recipes for astronaut cookies, fried worms, and various kinds of cakes, puddings, and salads.A PORCUPINE MEATBALLS PROJECT 1 hese meatballs dona#39;t exactly look like porcupines, but they do have bristles ... uncooked long-grain rice 2 cups beef bouillon Herea#39;s how to make the meatballs: 1 Break the egg into a large bowl. ... Now You HAVE 20 PORCUPINE MEATBALLS, PERFECTLY GOOD FOR DINNER.
|Title||:||Cooking Wizardry for Kids|
|Author||:||Margaret Kenda, Phyllis S. Williams|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 1990|