Think you’re not the kind to throw together Grilled Asparagus with
Poached Egg? You might be if you own this book. Every recipe is illustrated
with clear step-by-step color photographs that show ingredients and
illustrate each step of the recipe. Which, by the way, is as useful to
expert cooks as it is to novice ones. Plus, the photos make this book
especially pretty to look at.
more you expose your children to the variety and deliciousness of fresh,
seasonal vegetables, the more likely they are to get them in their mouths. So I say
hit the farmer’s market with this book as your guide. Once you pick out
what looks good to the kiddo, Leslie and Ethel’s recipes will help you both
learn more about your fresh selections and figure out something
delicious to make with them. There are age-specific tips too, to help
you engage even younger kids in the process.
Katie wrote this book, she set out to put together 100 of the most
essential family recipes so that parents would have them in one
convenient place. Picky eaters? Rushed weekday breakfasts? Last-minute
entertaining? Katie’s got it covered. Her recipes make homemade cooking
easy under any circumstance. This book is a lifesaver. And forgive her, all ye dads who take care of the cooking at home. If you can get past the title, we imagine you’ll like it too.
book was inspired by one family’s tight budget and their mission to
kick a packaged food habit. In her debut book, Alana Chernila shows that
with a little determination, you can make nearly anything you can
buy–even in a messy, hectic family kitchen. Making pantry staples from
scratch may sound extreme, but the beauty of this book is that Alana
focuses on simple staples and approachable recipes. A realist, Alana
makes thoughtful decisions about what you can make at home to eat
healthier and save dinero. Who can argue with that?
book is perfect for all new parents or, really, any parents still
feeling overwhelmed trying to get healthy meals on the table. (All of us?) With more than
150 recipes–including “un-recipes” for parents who can’t cook at all–advice from experts like a pediatric nutritionist, and tips on
everything from how to eat while breastfeeding to cooking during nap
time, this book is an essential resource for a new generation of
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