Cooking For Children
Salad People And More Real Recipes
A New Cookbook for Preschoolers & Up
Hardcover ISBN: 1582461414
The follow-up to Pretend Soup cooks up twenty new vegetarian recipes that kids six and under can prepare themselves with a little help from their adult assistant, and includes kitchen tips and safety rules.
Hardcover ISBN: 1465408460
Serving up more than 700 recipes, this cookbook presents nutritious, easy-to-prepare, healthy and budget-friendly meals, as well as includes nutritional information, notes on preparing ahead, and tips for food allergies, picky eaters and how to be creative with leftovers.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Cookbook & Cookie Cutters Kit
Paperback ISBN: 145212552x
Featuring Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar™, this cookbook contains 25 delicious recipes as well as 3 shaped cookie cutters: the beloved caterpillar, a circle for the caterpillar to crawl through, and the beautiful butterfly. Recipes range from breakfast and snacks to beverages and sweets. Perfect for everyday fun as well as book-themed parties, very hungry kids will rejoice in cooking and eating as well as immersing themselves in the world of their favorite characters.
Food Like Mine
Includes Amazing Recipes from Around the World
Hardcover ISBN: 1465461353
Explores the different ways corn, wheat, potatoes, and rice are prepared around the world, from Canadian poutine and Jamaican corn chowder to Moroccon cous cous and Spanish paella.
Cooking for Kids
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0789327252
Alain Ducasse presents parents with the keys to giving young children healthy food. Alain Ducasse is one of France's best-known chefs and well known for his devotion to healthful eating, as demonstrated in his critically acclaimed and best-selling book Alain Ducasse Nature. Now the multi-Michelin-starred chef goes back to basics and rediscovers the pleasures of preparing simple, locally sourced, natural food for children, from ages 6 months to 3 years. The simple yet delicious dishes included here highlight a range of flavor combinations in which vegetables, fruits, and grains take pride of place, while animal protein is used sparingly. Ducasse casts aside preconceived notions of baby food to reveal that its essence should be composed of the same essential ingredients used in food for adults-locally sourced, seasonal produce and fresh flavors based on a simplified repertoire of recipes without the additives and preservatives found in commercial baby food. Charts, sidebars, and asides containing useful snippets of Ducasse's experience and nutritionist Paule Neyrat's advice are peppered throughout the charmingly illustrated recipes, making for a book that is both useful and beautiful for every parent wishing to start their children out with good eating habits.