For the Rijksmuseum Children’s Cookbook, the famous chef Joris Bijdendijk of restaurant RIJKS, wrote surprising recipes that you can easily make yourself. All recipes include vegetables that you can easily get from any school or vegetable garden (or from the supermarket, of course). In addition to these super tasty recipes, you will also find beautiful drawings by Floor Rieder in this book, as well as a super exciting story about a chef who has to fulfill all kinds of difficult assignments during a cooking competition, written by the famous writer Jan Paul Schutten. And while you read, you will also discover a few secrets about the Rijksmuseum that hardly anyone knows …
“The illustrations by Floor Rieder make The Secret of the Garden a gem for both child and adult” – Nederlands Dagblad
“Really valuable” – Happi-Kids
“For future chefs. We apologize for the compelling tone, but you should buy or borrow this book if you have a child of primary school age.” – Jan Magazine
The fame of the masterpieces in the Rijksmuseum’s collections makes it one of the most famous museums in the world. But besides masterpieces like The Milkmaid by Vermeer, Self-portrait by Van Gogh, The Merry Family by Jan Steen and Rembrandt’s Night Watch, there are many other pieces in the collection that could take you by surprise and capture your imagination. No matter how old you are, or where you’re from, you’ll discover something new at the Rijksmuseum. And for that, you don’t even need to leave your chair – the museum features a wide range of online exhibitions and digitally accessible works of art.