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About the Author: Stephanie Alexander

Food and wine and friendship matter more than almost anything I can think of.

Who am I?

Food and wine and friendship matter more than almost anything I can think of. Together they involve skill and craft and patience, and understanding and appreciation of difference, and the desire to bring happiness to others. Brushing past scented leaves in a garden, looking over a vineyard with the vines glowing gold in autumn sunshine, picking parsley outside the back door, pulling a cork from a bottle of wine, cutting into a ripe cheese, appreciating a wonderful apple, setting out a picnic on a bush table, debating the questions of the universe over a fine wine… all these things seem to me to confirm our humanity and to make me want to live for another day, another meal. In the end, I still believe there is no greater joy than sharing food, conversation and laughter around a table.

In 2012 I will publish my memoir A Cook’s Life. Anyone who would like to know more about me will enjoy reading this book. There are many reminiscences and anecdotes in amongst the facts.

These days I spend most of my time supporting the team that makes the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation project function and grow. I also visit as many of our participating schools as I can and am delighted every time to be greeted by smiling faces and platters of delicious food.

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Paperback, Published in Sep 2012 by Penguin Books Australia

ISBN10: 1921383070 | ISBN13: 9781921383076

Page count: 256

Stephanie Alexander's philosophy is that there is no such thing as special food for children: if food is good, everyone will enjoy it, regardless of age. This revised edition of Kitchen Garden Cooking with Kids tells the inspiring story of the garden and cooking program Stephanie initiated in a large inner-city school in Melbourne in 2001.  Since then, the program has given thousands of children, at 260 primary schools around Australia, the opportunity to plant, harvest, cook, and eat the very best kind of food—freshly grown, organic, unprocessed, and delicious. Gathered here are 120 of Stephanie's recipes, all written for children, with simple instructions and lots of fast, fun facts for curious minds. In the same way that The Cook's Companion changed the culinary habits of a generation, Kitchen Garden Cooking with Kids challenges the eating habits of our children.

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