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Number of Pages: 247
Vendor: Appetite by Random House
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 10 X 8.3 (inches)|
The Meal Box: Fun Questions and Family Faith Tips to Get Mealtime Conversations Cookin'Bret Nicholaus, Tom McGrathLoyola Press / Gift$8.96 Retail:
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What could be more important to parents than a healthy, well-fed family? As two urban, working moms, Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh learned quickly how challenging healthy meal-times can be. So they joined forces to create the Sweet Potato Chronicles, a website written for, and by, non-judgemental moms, packed full of nutritious recipes for families.
In the How to Feed a Family cookbook, Laura and Ceri have selected their very favorite recipes, to create a collection of more than 100 for all ages to enjoy. These are recipes that are tailored specifically to families: they are simple, fast, easy-to-follow, and use ingredients that are readily-available at your local grocery store. Ceri and Laura unveil their tried, tested and true tricks for turning nutritious, sophisticated dishes into kid-friendly masterpieces, that will guarantee you success at meal-time, time and time again.
Interspersed with the recipes are parenting tips and advice to encourage happy meal-times for the whole family: get ready to turn your picky eaters into enthusiastic kitchen helpers!
"You know that cookbook youve always dreamed of: the one that has beautiful images, healthy and delish recipes, and meals your whole family will love? Well, How to Feed a Family is all that, and more. After experiencing Ceri and Lauras wit, grace, and charm, the only thing youll be dreaming of is a sequel…" --Karine Ewart, Editor-In-chief of Todays Parent
"How to Feed a Family hits all the touchpoints of a successful cookbook: its simple, practical, and insanely happy. I dare you to read this book and then not ask, Why cant Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh be my parents?" --Jenny Rosenstrach, author of Dinner: A Love Story