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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever wondered where pizza vegetable toppings come from? In his new book, Grow a Pizza Garden, John Benzee will teach you just where all of the tasty toppings you eat on your pizza come from. This educational book starts with tomatoes, basil, and oregano, and adds other vegetables you might want on your pizza such as peppers and onions. There is no limit to the pizza toppings; it is all about what tastes good for you. Benzee then gives children step-by-step instructions on how to grow each item until it is time for harvesting. After the harvest, it's really fun as you carefully follow the instructions to make the sauce and prepare everything you will need to assemble your pizza. It is an easy task, but a lot of steps are involved, so it is important to make sure you follow all the instructions. Join John Benzee as he details on each page, with his adorable and fun illustrations, how pizzas are made from the garden to the oven.
What an amazing experience for your child to learn how pizza is prepared. We eat pizza, never thinking about each ingredient on that pizza. I love how author John Benzee details everything so well that it's impossible to get it mixed up. I strongly encourage you to consider Grow a Pizza Garden for your children who are old enough to learn the responsibility of using a stovetop and oven. I think everyone will find enjoyment in reading this book. I know I did. I will be keeping this on hand for the next time I decide to make pizza. I encourage you to do the same.