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Mom and Me Cookbook Hardcover – Aug 29 2005
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Annabel Karmel is the mother of three children and the UK s leading expert on feeding children.Sheworks with leading US parenting websites such as Parents.comand has appeared on many TV shows, including the Today" show and The View".Check out her popular app, "Annabel s Essential Guide to Feeding Your Baby & Toddler", ""and visither website, AnnabelKarmel.com, to learn more.
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It also has a good balance of entrees to deserts, unlike some of the family cookbooks I've reviewed. And with the desserts--like cookies--it takes one basic recipe and shows you about four different ways to use it--marvelous! It's also pantry friendly--no star fruit or rare ingredients you don't have laying around.
Now if you're looking for a kids cookbook to vary your family's fare, then keep in mind this is a slender picture-book sized volume--you won't find more than 22 projects in the whole book. For a good standard family cookbook, I recommmend Beyond Mac 'n' Cheese by MOPS.
But if you are looking to get your kids (12 and under) into the kitchen to spend some time together having fun at the counter, then don't hesitate to buy this little gem! It is my number one recommendation for children's cookbook, project-wise.
For the above twelve set, I recommend the Everything Kid's Cookbook because it is a little more geared towards meals and has crossword puzzles and fun foods that are meant to be played with. If you are looking for a cookbook with tons of recipes that will appeal to your family, be pantry friendly *and* save you money, check out "Cheap. Fast. Good."
My boys enjoyed both the Sweet-and-sour chicken and the Jam Sweethearts recipes. Enjoy!