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What Chefs Feed Their Kids: Recipes and Techniques for Cultivating a Love of Good Food

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  • Posted February 26, 2012

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    Great gift idea for new parents...

    What a great book for parents to have as a resource. Picky eaters make dinner time difficult on the best days and here is a book that will help put your mind to rest. How do other families kids eat? How do I get my kids to just try new things? Why do we have to always eat ‘Kid food’? Well pick up this book and learn what has worked for those actually in the food industry.

    From birth to teens this book will give you ideas, recipes, experiences, answers to problems you may have with your child’s eating. How much is too much? How much is too little? I have been blessed with kids that eat pretty much anything. We started them out young eating what we ate…no baby food…gross would you even eat it? I loved the order of this book and how it started out with the youngest eaters and then progressed. Great personal experiences and I have even tried a few recipes and they are good and the kids ate them!

    This book would make a wonderful baby gift to new parents or a Christmas gift to a hard to buy for family. My only complaint is the size of the photos of the food. I like full-page photos in my recipe books, and even some of the prep-work. Otherwise this is a terrific book for all parents out there. Who wants picky eaters anyway? I sure don’t, it makes meal time a fight. I’d rather have a experience we all can enjoy.

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