Play-Doh Fun with Food - Meal Makin' Kitchen. Serve up some fun with Play-Doh foods made your way! In the Meal Makin' Kitchen, all the tools you need to mold, slice and serve your own cooking creations are always at arm's reach. Mold pretend chicken legs and steaks in the baking pan, and serve them. Other molds for foods like ham, french fries and vegetables are included for hours of fun. The garlic press creates extruded bacon, string beans and other toppings, and there is even a toaster for pop-up toast. Set includes four 3-ounce cans of modeling compound, oven, prep area table, prep area back, knife, spoon, fork, plate, garlic press extruder, toaster extruder, pizza cutter, spatula, frying pan, cookie tray, baking tray book molds, table leg/roller, hooks, rail extruder and 10 recipe cards.
The Play-Doh Fun with Food - Meal Makin' Kitchen features:
- Serve up some fun with Play-Doh foods made your way
- Has all the tools you need to mold, slice, and serve your own cooking
- Mold chicken legs, ham, French fries, vegetables and more
- 20-piece set includes 4 cans of Play Doh, utensils and recipe cards
The Play-Doh brand is proud to celebrate over 50 years of colorful, creative play. Play-Doh was first introduced in 1956, Play-Doh modeling compound has since become a classic and beloved toy, used in homes and schools around the world by children of all ages. Developed by Rainbow Crafts in Cincinnati, Play-Doh was demonstrated and sold in the toy department of Woodward & Lothrop Department Store in Washington, D.C. Play- Doh compound was available only in one color and size, an off-white, 1.5-pound can. Soon, Play Doh was introduced to schools, kindergartens and nursery schools. In 1991, Play Doh compound joined Hasbro, Inc. as part of the Playskool line, when Hasbro purchased the Tonka Corporation and its Kenner and Parker Brothers divisions.