Baby Love: Healthy, Easy, Delicious Meals for Your Baby and Toddler

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St. Martin's Press, Nov 9, 2010 - Cooking - 160 pages
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Finally, the must-have cookbook is here for the millions of busy parents who have taken on a healthier approach to eating—less processed, more organic—and who want to feed their little ones easy-to-make, cost-effective, completely nutritious and delicious meals.

With more than sixty gourmet-inspired recipes and dozens of Chef Geoff's tips for quick and nutritious preparation, parents everywhere will be in on the Baby Love secret: that making fresh baby food is pretty simple, even if you've never cooked a day in your life.

Learn how to make two weeks worth of Baby Love meals in less than one hour per week, at a fraction of the cost of jarred baby food. Say good-bye to bland and processed and hello to fresh and scrumptious!

BABY LOVE recipes include: Pom-Pom Apple*Peach and Apricot Oatmeal*Tropical Smoothie *Creamy Butternut with Nutmeg*Very Gouda Grits*Norah's Brain-Booster Zucchini Muffins*

Made with Love...Baby Love

 

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Did you know that you can MAKE your own baby food, rather than buying seven thousand teeny-tiny jars? There are recipes here for making all kinds of things, from pureed apples (hint: cook apples in ... Read full review

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I used this cookbook for my son from 6 months on. Its so easy to prepare healthy organic meals and freeze them and use when needed. Not only is it healthy but your helping the environment by ... Read full review

Contents

Body
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Back Matter
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Index
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Back Cover
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NORAH O'DONNELL is chief Washington correspondent and anchor for MSNBC, an Emmy Award--winning correspondent for NBC, and a contributing correspondent for NBC's Today Show. She has served as White House correspondent for NBC News, reporting for Nightly News, Today, and MSNBC.

GEOFF TRACY graduated first in his class from the Culinary Institute of America. He opened his first two restaurants before the age of thirty. He currently owns and operates five successful restaurants in the nation's capital. In 2008 Tracy was awarded the Albert Uster Chef of the Year Award. He is best known as Chef Geoff.
Both authors are graduates of Georgetown University. As a married couple, they live in Washington, D.C., with their three young children.

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