Synopses & Reviews
Baby food has undergone a revolution. Supermarkets are stocking their shelves with expensive organic baby food, businesses specializing in home-delivered infant meals are cropping up across the country, and even chefs like Eric Ripert of the renowned Le Bernardin are offering gourmet children's meals in their restaurants. Clearly, parents have caught on to the notion that kids like good food, too, and the health concerns about the sugar, trans fats, and preservatives in processed foods are leading more and more parents to make their baby and toddler food at home.
In 1-2-3 Cook for Me, parents will find hundreds of delicious, simple, and nutritious recipes for babies and young children, and the rest of the family! From Sweet Potato Fries to Blueberry Milkshakes to Green Eggs and Ham, you'll find recipes that children and adults will love. Best of all, the book is jam-packed with up-to-date nutritional information and facts about childhood obesity. It's never been easier,or more important, to feed your children well!
In 1, 2, 3, Cook for Me, parents will find hundreds of delicious, simple, and nutritious recipes for babies and young children and the rest of the family!
About the Author
Karin Knight, R.N., and Jeannie Lumley are the authors of the best-selling classic The Baby Food Cookbook, which has been in print for more than twenty years.