The Supernatural Kids Cookbook

The Supernatural Kids Cookbook


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Seventy healthy, mindful and tasty recipes created expressly for budding junior chefs to coax them on a path and lifelong journey of nutritious and delicious culinary exploration & inspiration. Written by Los Angeles based author, chef and healer Nancy Mehagian, who opened the first vegetarian restaurant on the island of Ibiza. Artfully illustrated by Alexandra Conn and foreword by Bridget Fonda.

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ISBN-13: 9780615437910
Publisher: Huqua Press
Publication date: 01/26/2011
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 0.23(w) x 8.50(h) x 8.50(d)

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The Supernatural Kids Cookbook 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
jackiediorio on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
"The Supernatural Kids Cookbook," is a recipe book that teaches kids about using organic, non processed foods in healthy ways. The title is completely misleading; the book has nothing to do with the supernatural (I expected recipes for witch's brews and goblin snot, perfect for Halloween). The printing of the book is very sophomoric; there are random words highlighted in different fonts and colors which look as thought they were created in Microsoft word and completely detracts from the book. Additionally, the author of this book seems to be wildly out of touch with today's kids; her descriptions of eating fresh Hawaiian pineapple fresh from the field are certainly not going to connect with the majority of her demographic. This book will appeal to families that emphasize organic cooking and libraries in upper class or liberal areas; it would not be appreciated in any lower income ones.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book enters on tamari, which 1 tsp is the DAILY ALLOWANCE FOR ADULTS. I was mortified at the amount of sodium in this recipes, and do not want my kids kidneys or heart affected by buying a 'natural" book. wow
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its funny its like your eating monkys
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im a lover of cooking and creating and arts and crafts so i love Good meals to start and end my day.this looks like a good book About food with 70 diffrent meals for you to explore! I think I'll enjoy this book if i ever get it if only it was free.but any way If you like to cook and you like healthy meals and snacks then I would give it a shot!!! . Sencerly, your dearest reader
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ArtsBeatLA More than 1 year ago
What a fantastic little cookbook, designed to entice kids into the kitchen to get creative. Best of all, most of these delicious-sounding recipes are vegetarian, so they are healthy without being boring. You can tell just by reading these simple-to-follow, well-crafted recipes that they are loads of fun to prepare and consume. The illustrations are completely adorable as well as instructive. There are a few pages devoted to explaining kitchen basics to curious chefs then about seventy fabulous recipes, everything from scrumptious salads and sandwiches to hearty casseroles, soups and delicious desserts. Encouraging mindful eating at such an early age can only be a good thing! By making cooking this much fun, the author sets little minds and tummies off on the path to a lifetime of good health. This colorful cookbook is simply brilliant and guarantees hours of imaginative fun in the kitchen. Get it and get cooking! This cookbook was also reviewed by me on ArtsBeatLA [dot] com