Timeless Family Food Journal by Christine Phillips
Timeless Family Food Journal - Helpful hints, special thoughts, family traditions, and precious memories. The Timeless Family Food Journal is a conceptual recipe book intended to be given to children from someone special. There is place to paste a photo of the child on the front cover. The book not only contains recipes for all ages and stages of life, but nutritional information and advice, tips and tricks for the kitchen and family life and pictures and notes.
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The Timeless Family Food Journal is a conceptual recipe book intended to be given to children from someone special. There is place to paste a photo of the child on the front cover. The book not only contains recipes for all ages and stages of life, but nutritional information and advice, tips and tricks for the kitchen and family life and pictures and notes. Throughout the journal there is space to paste photos of your child’s stages. For example My first Solids Meal and Dad and I Cooking Together, also little notes such as Mom’s favourite Christmas recipe, a Painting of my Family and My Handprint, etc. At the end of each chapter there is space to write in your own recipes and notes. It will encourage you to spend quality time with your family and to document the family traditions you create.
About the Author:
Christine Phillips is a qualified chef who studied at Christina Martin Cooking School in Durban in 1994. She then worked in London for two years as well as Aspen, Colorado for another two years gaining experience in her field as well as cooking for the rich and famous. On returning she started her own restaurant in Durban, Morningside called Pinions – French style restaurant.
After two years of the restaurant game, Christine moved to Johannesburg. Here she worked at the Michelangelo Hotel organising various functions from Wine evenings to weddings. Christine was then offered a position within the Compass Group in their product development kitchen. Here she managed the kitchen and developed new, exciting products or recipes for the group.
Christine then fell pregnant and after a year trying to play mom and professional she decided to stop work and do something from home to allow her more time with her child (another on the way). This is where Little Cooks Club was created. Christine has three children and has managed to develop a business model to allow women to work from home, earn an income and do something they love.
Christine was in the top ten Standard Bank Mompreneaur in 2006, she has been in various magazines, on Jenny Crwys Williams on Radio702, Top Billing, SABC Espresso, and regularly on Great Expectations on Etv. She now has 16 successful Franchises nationwide, a self-published recipe book and a growing business.
Christine is constantly investing in her brand and Little Cooks Club is the No 1. Children Cooking School in the country.