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365 Foods Kids Love to Eat: Nutritious and Kid-Tested/Spiral (Anglais) Broché – octobre 1995

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Book by Ellison Gray

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Not as Kid-Oriented as I'd Hoped 15 janvier 1999
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Format: Broché
The authors suggest banning the use of the words "Yuk" and "Do I Have to Eat This?" I couldn't agree more, and I would start by banning recipes like Salmon Asparagus Roulade, Shrimp and Fish Mornay, Tuna Souffles, and Asparagus Crepes from a kids cookbook. My kids, at least, DON'T love to eat this way. Not exactly what I was hoping to find.
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Recommended for a family cookbook collection 6 août 1999
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Format: Broché
Practical recipes that are delicious for kids and parents alike. Ingredients are common and easy-to-find. Wide variety of recipes, from down-to-earth standby's to fanciful concoctions! I found this book at the library, and have used it several times a week since! My husband loves it too.
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Not what I had hoped for 1 février 2001
Par "kangarex" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
There are some good recipes in this book. Unfortunately, you have to hunt them up, because there are also a number that caused my husband to go "YUK" louder than my kids. Some of the recipes are just plain weird. Pancake Soup? Carrot Mushroom Loaf? It's also not terribly well organized and too tightly bound, so the recipes I do like are frequently hard to find, and when I do find them, I can't get the book to stay open to read them. I would recommend First Meals by Annabel Karmel as a good alternative, particularly for people with younger kids.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
great cookbook (for kids AND parents) with tons of variety! 7 août 2002
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Format: Broché
frankly, i was a bit surprised to read the negative reviews for this book! out of 365 recipes, of course you're not going to like every single one of them. my kids DO love fish and vegetables, and sheila ellison gives me plenty of different, fun ways to prepare healthy meals for them in this book (as well as many other kinds of food, of course). many of the recipes are ideal for the kids to participate in cooking them, as well. get your kids to try something new! i love the fact that the book contains recipes i'll actually eat with my kids, and i can feel good about serving a family meal that is enjoyable and healthy. not to mention the book contains the best chocolate chip cookie recipe on the planet (and my kids will attest to that!)...
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some fun recipes and ideas... BUT... 12 juillet 2004
Par John P. Simons - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
My two toddlers won't eat 95% of the stuff in this book. If you have a picky eater, this book may or may not be helpful. For the parent who wants fun recipe ideas for kids who are not very picky, this book is worth a try.
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