Doodle Cook

Written by Hervé Tullet
Doodle Cook
by Hervé Tullet
(Phaidon Press, 2011)

Welcome, young art-chefs – your moment has come! The table is set and your ingredients await: an empty plate, color pens and – most important of all – your imagination! Now, add a dash of squiggles there, a handful of zig zags for flavor… and voila!

Here are 17 art-recipes, created by masterchef Hervé Tullet. Follow the recipes and learn how to create a scribble sandwich, a thousand layer cake and chef’s surprise… and then add your own decoration to taste.

Reviews:

'Hervé Tullet's book has a light-hearted touch that inspires children to practice with different colours and techniques' - Family Interest

'With dollops of circles and lashings of colour, Doodle Cook by Hervé Tullet is a creative and inspiring book.' - Hot Brands, Cool Places

'This creative and inspiring cookery book for children encourages imagination and creativity.' - Primary Times

'A tasty twist on a coloring book.' - Scholastic Parent & Child

'Children should have immense funfun making visual concoctions such as Scribble Delight, Sun-Ray Tart, and Dot Stew.' - The Financial Times

'Young gourmands will love Doodle Cook!' - Epicurious.com

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