Stew a Cockatoo: My Aussie Cookbook

Publisher details

Stew a Cockatoo: My Aussie Cookbook
Authors
Leigh Hobbs, Ruthie May
Publisher
Hardie Grant Egmont
Genres
Children’s Non-Fiction, Cookbook
Released
01 November, 2010

Synopsis

From snaggers on the barbie to dainty desserts for dames, Stew a Cockatoo is the cookbook that every Australian has been waiting for. Not only is this book jam-packed (no pun intended) with good ol' Aussie recipes but it's full of anecdotal stories about how our cuisine came to be and fair dinkum definitions for words and phrases like ‘bush tucker' and ‘spuds'. Bet you didn't know there were over 10 different types of Aussie sausage - beef snag, chook snag, pork snag, lamb snag, tofu snag, any kind of meat snag, sav, mystery bag and kanga banger.#41 in Australia’s 50 Favourite Kids’ Books poll, 2014
Ruthie May
About the author

Ruthie May

Ruthie May was born in Perth, Western Australia. She is the published author of Count My Kisses, Little One and Stew a Cockatoo: My Aussie Cookbook illustrated by Leigh Hobbs. Ruthie immerses herself in stories for both children and grown-ups, but prefers stories where age doesn't matter. She now lives in Sydney's inner west.

Books by Ruthie May

Leigh Hobbs
About the author

Leigh Hobbs

Leigh Hobbs works across a wide range of artistic mediums, but is best known for his children's books featuring Old Tom, Horrible Harriet, Fiona the Pig, the Freaks of 4F, Mr Badger and Mr Chicken. Old Tom is also a popular TV series, and Leigh has won every major Australian children's choice award. Mr Chicken Goes to Pariswas shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Literary Awards, is a bestseller at Paris's Louvre Bookshop, was adapted for the stage by NIDA, and was shortlisted for the CBCA Awards - as were Horrible Harriet and Old Tom's Holiday. Since childhood, Leigh's had a passion for art, architecture, classical music, English history, and he loves London, Paris and Rome as much as his beloved character Mr Chicken.Leigh is Australia's Children's Laureate for 2016 and 2017.

Books by Leigh Hobbs

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