With Mrs. Brill away to tend to her niece, Mary Poppins undertakes to teach the Banks children to cook. About 33 pages of the book is the story, then the Recipes (stick-to-the-ribs Edwardian dishes) to page 119. There is also an Index. With an appreciative introduction by Maurice Moore-Betty, culinary consultant, who tested the recipes and Mary Poppins' teaching methods with his own students. Illustrated by Mary Shepard.
Original title: Mary Poppins in the Kitchen: A Cookery Book with a Story
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Fantasy
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