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  1. Readers will enjoy trying out these seven simple recipes that enable them to make some scary-looking foods. Even the names are scary: Crunchy Spiders, Eyeball Salad, Freaked Out Fruit. Using large photographs and easy-to-follow directions, youngsters and their parents can learn basic cooking information such as the difference in stirring and tossing while also whipping up something fun to eat. I like how the author also suggests variants for some of the ingredients in the recipes.

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