What Chefs Feed Their Kids

Author: Fanae Aaron
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 076278301X
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What Chefs Feed Their Kids from the Author: Fanae Aaron. DIVDIVHow chefs make food an adventure for their kids and get them to eat healthy—and how you can, too! Recipes and techniques for cultivating a love of good food./div/div

Don T Give The Dog Sugar With His Tea

Author: G. S. McClellan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477525630
Size: 40.30 MB
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Don T Give The Dog Sugar With His Tea from the Author: G. S. McClellan. Don't Give the Dog Sugar With His Tea! tells the wild adventure of a dog who has had too much sugar! The chase between the dog, cat and mouse might feel a little like your own house after the kids have filled up on sugar! Recent Reviews: "Love is what I feel for this book. I loved the humorous and engaging story and the beautiful, colorful illustrations. My kids absolutely loved this story too. They were laughing at all the shenanigans the dog got into after getting hopped up on sugar. We try to eat very healthy in our home and my children knew exactly why the dog was going bananas. Don't Give The Dog Sugar With His Tea! is a great story to teach kids to limit their sugar intake and the consequences if they don't. I will create a whole classroom lesson around this book! I highly recommend it and rate it 5 stars." - Emily Lewis, Mrs. Mommy Booknerds Book Reviews “Don't Give the Dog Sugar With his Tea!” is a well-told tale for young children that subtly sends kids and parents the message that excess sugar can make for some over-abundant energy. With a light touch, author Gordon McClellan shows what happens to a dog who has a sweet tooth – parents might recognize the 'sugar high' their own children get when they have too much of a good thing. Humorous and fun, and not at all heavy-handed, “Don't Give the Dog Sugar With his Tea!” is a great picture book." - Connie Brooks; Owner, Battenkill Books, Cambridge, NY "Don't Give the Dog Sugar With His Tea! is a wonderful story to help teach children about how eating sugar can affect them. The best thing we can do is help our children learn how to eat foods that are healthy and make us feel good, and this book for young learners gets them off to a great start!" - Fanae Aaron, author; What Chefs Feed Their Kids; NPR Books Cookbook of the Year (2011)

Author: Джон Фаулз
Publisher: Family Leisure Club
ISBN: 9661499551
Size: 76.55 MB
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from the Author: Джон Фаулз.

Off Duty

Author: David Nicholls
Publisher: William Morrow Cookbooks
ISBN: 9780060841478
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Off Duty from the Author: David Nicholls. From their table to yours....Welcome to the home kitchens of the world's finest chefs. In Off Duty, forty-eight of the world's top chefs and food writers abandon the heat of the professional kitchen and share their passion for home cooking. Revealing the favorite menus they love to cook for family and friends, they place the emphasis on delicious, straightforward recipes using ingredients and techniques familiar to the home cook. An interview with each chef offers fascinating insights into everything from their favorite piece of cooking gear to what they feed their children. With 144 recipes -- 48 starters, 48 main courses and 48 desserts -- there is something to suit every mood and every capability level. A sample menu might feature Gary Rhodes's starter of Toasted Tomato Salad with Melting Gorgonzola and Rocket Leaves or Delia Smith's Baked Eggs in Wild Mushroom Tartlet. For a meaty main course there is Nigella Lawson's Shin of Beef Stew with Pasta or Gordon Ramsay's Calves' Liver with Sweet and Sour Mushroom and Rocket Marmalade. At-home desserts include Jamie Oliver's Raspberry and Blackberry Meringue with Hazelnuts, Caramel and Chantilly Cream and Michel Roux's White Peaches Baked with Honey and Lavender. Off Duty has a range of vegetables, fish and meat dishes to tempt every palate and a roll call of chefs to inspire, day after day. Bringing together today's top culinary talents,, this collection is a must-have for the home cook.

Author: Роальд Дал
Publisher: Видавництво Івана Малковича «А-БА-БА-ГА-ЛА-МА-ГА»
ISBN: 6175850548
Size: 65.93 MB
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from the Author: Роальд Дал. «Я пишу лише про те, що забиває дух або смішить. Діти знають, що я завжди на їхньому боці», — ці слова Роальда Дала дуже точно відображають зміст і характер однієї з найблискучіших його дитячих повістей під назвою «ВДВ». Веселі, зворушливі і моторошні пригоди семиметрового велетня та маленької дівчинки Софії давно стали настільною книжкою для юних читачів Західної Європи та США. Софія та ВДВ вирішили втілити один надзвичайно сміливий план, який має порятувати людей від велетнів-людожерів... Серед героїв книжки — англійська королева, головнокомандувач військово-повітряних сил, велетні — Тілогриз, Костохруст та інші. Світова критика називає «ВДВ» «Книгою №1» сучасної дитячої літератури.

Readers Guide To Periodical Literature

Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie
Size: 77.14 MB
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Readers Guide To Periodical Literature from the Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie. An author subject index to selected general interest periodicals of reference value in libraries.

The Speedy Sneaky Chef

Author: Missy Chase Lapine
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0762443618
Size: 75.40 MB
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The Speedy Sneaky Chef from the Author: Missy Chase Lapine. New York Times bestselling author Missy Chase Lapine inspired legions of parents to “sneak” good food into their children's meals with The Sneaky Chef. Now she extends her concept of “sneakiness” into “speediness”: giving her fans 75 all-new healthy recipes that they can prepare in a flash. Missy knows that most parents rely on packaged foods to feed their families, and she'll show how to reap the benefits of convenience foods without sacrificing nutrition, including: • Quick fixes for jarred tomato sauce, mac-and-cheese, pancake mixes and cereals. • Clever Shortcuts that will get weeknight cooks out of the kitchen in a hurry. • Info on navigating options in the supermarket, what to look for when choosing packaged foods, shaving minutes—and calories—from every shopping trip. • Recipes that are dense in nutrients, while low in calories, fat, sodium, and sugars. • Fast tips such as “Sneaky Swaps” and “Sneaky Supercharges” that will kick meals up a notch. Best of all, The Speedy Sneaky Chef offers the best thing of all: time! Less time in the kitchen means more family time. Plus there's the peace of mind of knowing that meals are not just convenient, but healthy.

Lunch Lessons

Author: Ann Cooper
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061747157
Size: 45.43 MB
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Lunch Lessons from the Author: Ann Cooper. Remember how simple school lunches used to be? You'd have something from every major food group, run around the playground for a while, and you looked and felt fine. But today it's not so simple. Schools are actually feeding the American crisis of childhood obesity and malnutrition. Most cafeterias serve a veritable buffet of processed, fried, and sugary foods, and although many schools have attempted to improve, they are still not measuring up: 78 percent of the school lunch programs in America do not meet the USDA's nutritional guidelines. Chef Ann Cooper has emerged as one of the nation's most influential and most respected advocates for changing how our kids eat. In fact, she is something of a renegade lunch lady, minus the hairnet and scooper of mashed potatoes. Ann has worked to transform cafeterias into culinary classrooms. In Lunch Lessons, she and Lisa Holmes spell out how parents and school employees can help instill healthy habits in children. They explain the basics of good childhood nutrition and suggest dozens of tasty, home-tested recipes for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. The pages are also packed with recommendations on how to eliminate potential hazards from the home, bring gardening and composting into daily life, and how to support businesses that provide local, organic food. Yet learning about nutrition and changing the way you run your home will not cure the plague of obesity and poor health for this generation of children. Only parental activism can spark widespread change. With inspirational examples and analysis, Lunch Lessons is more than just a recipe book—it gives readers the tools to transform the way children everywhere interact with food.

The Power Of Pasta

Author: Bruno Serato
Publisher: Select Books (NY)
ISBN: 9781590794357
Size: 63.94 MB
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The Power Of Pasta from the Author: Bruno Serato. "Celebrity Chef and renowned philanthropist Bruno Serato tells the story of his humble beginnings, giving loving tribute to his guiding light, Mamma Caterina, who inspired him to create one of the culinary world's most respected dining establishments and Caterina's Club that feeds two thousand children each day in Orange County. Contains Italian recipes and color photos"--