200 Recipes for Kids: Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook

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Octopus, Aug 6, 2009 - Cooking - 240 pages
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As parents, we all know that children can be notoriously difficult to cook for. Many of us fall into the habit of cooking the same dishes over and over again, simply because we cannot bear the idea of scraping wasted food into the bin at the end of a meal. However, a child's formative years are when they learn to accept and like new foods, and it is therefore of great importance to encourage them with new tastes and different textures as often as you can. Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Recipes for Kids has been put together with this in mind, but also with the knowledge that children are generally fussy creatures and like their food to be simple and to look good. Each recipe has been photographed to show you exactly what you will be cooking (and what they will be eating), and has of course been tested for child-appeal. To prevent your children getting bored by the same meals, we have also added a creative variation at the end of each recipe.

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About the author (2009)

Emma Jane is a food stylist and food writer who has been working on books and magazines for over 15 years. She has two children, Jasmine aged 15 and Charlie aged 11, who both share their Mum's love of food and enjoy helping to rustle something delicious up in the kitchen. Emma Jane likes to make her recipes realistic, simple and achievable by everyone.

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