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All this talk of nursery food got me thinking of a kids cookery book we had when we were younger and used to make sunday tea treats from. It was a large hardback format and had cartoon like illustration of a mad cat and dog - I think it might have been a Hamlyn but not sure - would have been 70's ish - ring any bells with anyone - I would like to hunt it out again ...
Rachel
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I can't rememeber the name, but I can prove you've not gone mad as I had it too. It had a recipe for Croque Monsieur in it which I though sounded awfully exotic...............and very good biscuits as well!

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All this talk of nursery food got me thinking of a kids cookery book we had when we were younger and used to make sunday tea treats from. It was a large hardback format and had cartoon like illustration of a mad cat and dog - I think it might have been a Hamlyn but not sure - would have been 70's ish - ring any bells with anyone - I would like to hunt it out again ...


I think I've got this book - it was a Xmas pressie mid-70s - trouble is if I've still got it it's stuck away in a box in the attic.

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yep I had it too seem to remember a recipe for apple snow.
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there were two My Learn To Cook Book
and My Fun To Cook Book

Written by Ursula sedgewick illustrated by Martin Mayhew


Published by Hamlyn
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It's called Fun to Cook or something like that Rachel - I bought it for my oldest in the early 80s and my second child (now 22) still gets it out for the cake recipes every time she comes home from college!
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Brilliant Guys - Thankyou so much - I remember the Ursula name (I remember thinking poor cow!)now - off to hunt it down!!!

Rachel
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