One Bite Won't Kill You: More Than 200 Recipes to Tempt Even the Pickiest Kids on Earth : and the Rest of the Family Too

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1999 - Cooking - 365 pages
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The toughest challenge many cooks face each day is feeding their own children. By her own admission, the writer and humorist Ann Hodgman's kids are the worst eaters in the world, and if she finds something one likes, the other inevitably hates it. Now, for all similarly beleaguered parents, Hodgman brings together more than two hundred recipes that everyone in the family can agree on, like Nonthreatening Cheese Fondue, Taco Bake, and Roast Pork Loin with Apple Crust, many of them gathered from fellow parents. ONE BITE WON'T KILL YOU also includes: menus for holiday meals, recipes for birthday parties, suggestions for in-flight and car-trip snacks, sections on feeding toddlers, preschoolers, elementary school kids, and adolescents. With hundreds of tips and anecdotes from other parents, ONE BITE WON'T KILL YOU makes the task of feeding kids not only a little easier, but also a whole lot more fun.
 

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I am enjoying the tone of the authors comments. Really funny and down to earth. I havent tried any of the recipes yet but am hoping I can find a few that will satisfy my picky toddler! Read full review

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Contents

It Tastes Like Chicken
199
Why None of This Matters
355
About the Author 37
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About the author (1999)

Ann Hodgman is the author of over forty children's books, several humor books-most recently the self-help/humor book I Saw Mommy Kicking Santa Claus - and four cookbooks: Beat This! , Beat That! , One Bite Won't Kill You, and, in 2011, a second edition of Beat This! She has written articles for the New Yorker , the New York Times Magazine , the New York Times Book Review , the Atlantic Monthly , Food & Wine , Smithsonian, and just about all the women's and parenting magazines. She lives in Washington, Connecticut. ROZ CHAST was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her cartoons began appearing in The New Yorker in 1978. Since then she has published hundreds of cartoons and written or illustrated more than a dozen books. Her memoir Can We Talk About Something More Pleasant, Please ? was a #1 New York Times bestseller and a 2014 National Book Award Finalist.

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