ChopChop

ChopChop Author Sally Sampson
ISBN-10 9781451685893
Year 2013-08-13
Pages 208
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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Winner of the International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Award in the Children/Youth/Family category, ChopChop offers simple, healthy, and delicious dishes for children and parents to make together. Cooking at home helps kids stay healthy, builds family relationships, and teaches math, science, and cultural and financial literacy. That’s why ChopChop is your family’s best friend—and it’s jam-packed with kitchen basics, ingenious tips, and meals that taste great and are fun to make. Every recipe has been approved by the Academy of American Pediatrics and by real kids cooking at home. These dishes are nutritious, ethnically diverse, inexpensive, and a joy to prepare. From French toast to fajitas, and from burgers to brownies, ChopChop entertains and inspires cooks of all ages.

Picky Eater Project

Picky Eater Project Author Natalie Digate Muth
ISBN-10 1581109814
Year 2017-01-03
Pages 300
Language en
Publisher
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The Picky Eater Project: 6 Weeks to Happier, Healthier Family Mealtimes is a one-of-a-kind book that can transform even the most finicky eaters into fledgling foodies. Focusing on kids’ participation, interactive strategies, kitchen experiments, and delicious kid-friendly recipes, the book is based on a six-week plan that makes shopping and cooking fun. Weekly themes and goals include * Week 1 - Picky-Free Parenting: Setting the stage to help your child choose a wider variety of healthful food with key parenting strategies * Week 2 - A Kitchen Revolution: Shaping your child’s taste preferences away from bland, white and processed towards flavorful, robust, and more adventurous by changing the way you purchase, arrange, and prepare foods. * Week 3 - The Little Chef: Getting your child into the kitchen - early and often - to encourage him or her to try new foods. * Week 4 - A Shopping Adventure: Making grocery shopping and meal planning with your child more of an adventure than a chore. * Week 5 - Family Mini-Feast: Recognizing the value of family meals and setting them up to fit your lifestyle while progressing in your pursuit of undoing picky eating. * Week 6 - It Takes a Village: Enlisting spouses, partners, grandparents, siblings, and friends to help undo picky eating and influence more adventurous choices. * Post-Picky Eater Project Week - Making It Stick-y: Planning for challenges and barriers, and putting contingency plans into action for lasting impact. Six weeks will fly by before you know it! You and your junior chef will have an amazing time working together to make * Layered Yogurt Parfaits * Corn Pancakes * Mix and Match Smoothies * Beanie Cheeseburgers * (Almost) Any Vegetable Soup * And many more fun and healthy recipes! Written by Natalie Digate Muth, a pediatrician and dietician, and Sally Sampson, cookbook author and founder of ChopChop, a food magazine for kids and their families, The Picky Eater Project addresses both the importance of healthy childhood nutrition and family harmony. It offers tips and troubleshooting, recognizing that it takes planning and perseverance to make behavior changes stick, but that it can happen. Start your picky eater project today - your kids will love it, and you’ll see real changes in their eating habits!

ChopChop

ChopChop Author Sally Sampson
ISBN-10 9781451685879
Year 2013-08-13
Pages 185
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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Provides simple instructions for healthy and delicious meals that can be prepared together by family members of every age, including recipes for French toast, frittatas, curried tofu fingers, frozen yogurt and mango lassis. Original. 50,000 first printing.

Cooking with Children

Cooking with Children Author Marion Cunningham
ISBN-10 0679422978
Year 1995
Pages 171
Language en
Publisher Knopf
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A practical guide for parents explains how to teach young children the art of cookery, offering tips on how to master essential culinary techniques and create thirty-five favorite recipes. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.

National Geographic Kids Cookbook

National Geographic Kids Cookbook Author Barton Seaver
ISBN-10 9781426319945
Year 2014-09-09
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher National Geographic Books
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Join Barton Seaver—master chef and National Geographic Explorer—on a year-round culinary adventure as he explores what it takes to create the ultimate dish. Barton provides mouthwatering recipes, the ins and outs of healthy eating, awesome crafts and activities, and food-focused challenges, proving once and for all that cooking can be a blast. Follow along as he teaches you to plant a kitchen garden, host a dinner party for your friends, and pack the perfect school lunch. Other highlights include ways to play with your food, festive holiday meals, snow day snacks, and family cooking competitions. With fascinating sidebars, profiles on real people, and cool facts, the National Geographic Kids Cookbook will have you ruling the kitchen in no time!

Noodlemania

Noodlemania Author Melissa Barlow
ISBN-10 1594746176
Year 2013
Pages 111
Language en
Publisher
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Presents fifty kid-friendly recipes for appetizers, lunches, dinners, and desserts featuring different types of pasta, including spaghetti and mini meatballs, lasagna pinwheels, tortellini soup, and sweet ramen trail mix.

Cooking Is Cool

Cooking Is Cool Author Marianne E. Dambra
ISBN-10 9781605542584
Year 2013-07-05
Pages 144
Language en
Publisher Redleaf Press
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More than 50 heat-free recipes packed with flavor and learning Cooking can be a delicious learning experience for children. As children read recipes, measure ingredients, and taste each dish, they build math and literacy skills, practice science process skills, and explore different food groups. Cooking Is Cool makes all of this hands-on learning possible without stepping foot in the kitchen. These classroom-friendly recipes are all heat-free, meaning they can be made without an oven, stove, microwave, or hot plate. With your guidance, budding chefs can follow the easy instructions to transform fresh, simple ingredients into tasty snacks, beverages, entrees, and treats. This book includes more than 50 heat-free recipes that are fun to make and taste great, an explanation of the learning that occurs as children cook, tips to create your own classroom cooking center, and nutrition information, extension ideas, and interesting food facts. Marianne E. Dambra, president of Early Childhood Education Network of Rochester, Inc., has presented on heat-free cooking with children at national and regional conferences since 1994.

How to Cook in 10 Easy Lessons

How to Cook in 10 Easy Lessons Author Wendy Sweetser
ISBN-10 1633220397
Year 2015-10-01
Pages 64
Language en
Publisher Walter Foster Jr
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Learn how to cook in 10 easy lessons, and become an expert in the kitchen in no time! In the Super Skills series, kids can master a new talent in 10 easy lessons! How to Cook in 10 Easy Lessons is a comprehensive cookbook for aspiring young chefs that introduces children to the art of cooking and breaks it down to the basics in a fun and interactive way. Young chefs will learn key skills and practical techniques from a professional chef that will help them become experts in the kitchen in no time. Easy-to-follow recipes then help guide kids as they practice their newfound cooking skills. With an inviting format and step-by-step illustrations, this is the perfect book for kids to gain the confidence and skills necessary to learn how to cook themselves.

Garden to Table

Garden to Table Author Katherine Hengel
ISBN-10 9781938063428
Year 2014
Pages 144
Language en
Publisher Scarletta Press
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Instructs readers how to grow, harvest, and cook homegrown foods.

Cooking Light We Heart Cooking

Cooking Light We  Heart  Cooking Author Lilly and Audrey Andrews
ISBN-10 084870424X
Year 2014-10-07
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher Oxmoor House
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A People Magazine New Fall Cookbooks Pick Twelve-year-old Twin Chefs Lilly and Audrey are going to teach you and your kids how to make 85 taste bud-tingling recipes that are a blast to cook and eat! With an emphasis on creativity, tasty flavor combinations and ease in preparation, We {Heart} Cooking! is the perfect cookbook for kids and parents who want to prepare healthy food the whole family will love. Designed to inspire all levels of cooking, this delightful cookbook includes teachable moments about food and cooking including: · Visual guides to basic cooking techniques · Illustrated step-by-step recipe instructions · Kitchen safety tips and recommendations · Nutritional analysis with each recipe · Entertaining food trivia and cooking tips sidebars From lunchbox faves to snack-time madness, The Twin Chefs' rockin' recipes are organized by mealtime--breakfast, lunch, supper, snacks, and desserts-and there is an entire chapter of fun party and holiday--themed menus to enjoy. Dishes like Dreamy Tropical Smoothies and Wok-a-licious Beef Stir Fry are sure to please kids of all ages. So tie on you aprons and learn all about healthy eating along the way. Lilly and Audrey Andrews, identical twins from Sonoma, California, are young expert chefs who attend adult classes at culinary school, have cooked side-by-side with famous chefs Wolfgang Puck, Michael Chiarello, Bob Blumer and have appeared on Good Morning America and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The Pollan Family Table

The Pollan Family Table Author Corky Pollan
ISBN-10 9781476746371
Year 2014-10-28
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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Collects more than one hundred family recipes for healthy meals using fresh ingredients, including soups, chilis, pasta, main and side dishes, and vegetarian meals, with cooking techniques, time-tested shortcuts, and grocery and pantry lists.

Innocent Hungry

Innocent Hungry Author Innocent
ISBN-10 0007442408
Year 2012
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher
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Using ingredients that are super rich in specific nutrients and other good stuff to keep your little ones nice and healthy, from food for bears, to broccoli trees and secrets feasts, this book is packed full of great food and drinks perfect for picky eaters and growing appetites.

Ending the Food Fight

Ending the Food Fight Author David Ludwig
ISBN-10 9780547347417
Year 2008-03-18
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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In a world dominated by fast food and fake food, establishing healthy eating habits in children is one of the greatest concerns for parents -- and potentially one of the greatest challenges. Fortunately, the renowned physician Dr. David Ludwig developed a proven lifestyle plan that has benefited thousands of families. Here he shares his nine-week program, offering the tools -- including tasty recipes, motivational tips, and activities -- that can help families prevent the kitchen table from becoming a battleground.

Chow Chop Suey

Chow Chop Suey Author Anne Mendelson
ISBN-10 9780231541299
Year 2016-11-29
Pages 336
Language en
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Chinese food first became popular in America under the shadow of violence against Chinese aliens, a despised racial minority ineligible for United States citizenship. The founding of late-nineteenth-century “chop suey” restaurants that pitched an altered version of Cantonese cuisine to white patrons despite a virulently anti-Chinese climate is one of several pivotal events in Anne Mendelson’s thoughtful history of American Chinese food. Chow Chop Suey uses cooking to trace different stages of the Chinese community’s footing in the larger white society. Mendelson begins with the arrival of men from the poorest district of Canton Province during the Gold Rush. She describes the formation of American Chinatowns and examines the curious racial dynamic underlying the purposeful invention of hybridized Chinese American food, historically prepared by Cantonese-descended cooks for whites incapable of grasping Chinese culinary principles. Mendelson then follows the eventual abolition of anti-Chinese immigration laws and the many demographic changes that transformed the face of Chinese cooking in America during and after the Cold War. Mendelson concludes with the post-1965 arrival of Chinese immigrants from Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and many regions of mainland China. As she shows, they have immeasurably enriched Chinese cooking in America but tend to form comparatively self-sufficient enclaves in which they, unlike their predecessors, are not dependent on cooking for a white clientele.

Catastrophic Happiness

Catastrophic Happiness Author Catherine Newman
ISBN-10 0316337501
Year 2016-04-05
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Little, Brown
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A comic and heartwarming memoir about childhood's second act from Real Simple journalist Catherine Newman. Much is written about a child's infancy and toddler years, which is good since children will never remember it themselves. It is ages 4-14 that make up the second act, as Catherine Newman puts it in this delightfully candid, outlandishly funny new memoir about the years that "your children will remember as childhood." Following Newman's son and daughter as they blossom from preschoolers into teenagers, CATASTROPHIC HAPPINESS is about the bittersweet joy of raising children--and the ever-evolving landscape of issues parents traverse. In a laugh out-loud, heart-wrenching, relatable voice, Newman narrates events as momentous as grief and as quietly moving as the moonlit face of a sleeping child. From tantrums and friendship to fear and even sex, Newman's fresh take will appeal to any parent riding this same roller coaster of laughter and heartbreak.