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The toddler cookbook
2008
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Easy recipes for a wide variety of dishes, from lettuce wraps to crunchy chicken dippers, allow lots of opportunities for toddlers to lend Mom or Dad a hand as they whip up lots of new flavors--and lots of fun. - (Baker & Taylor)

Provides tips on basic cooking techniques and step-by-step photographs for creating simple recipes. - (Baker & Taylor)

This is the perfect toddler cookbook for parents and children to enjoy together. Complete with easy recipes for a wide variety of dishes, from lettuce wraps to crunchy chicken dippers. The Toddler Cookbook contains multiple opportunities for toddlers to lend Mom or Dad a hand as they whip up new flavors. This is a fun way to spend quality time together and encourage your toddler to try new foods and skills.
 
The Toddler Cookbook has step-by-step photos so toddlers can learn how to measure, sift, mix, and much more! - (Penguin Putnam)

Author Biography

Annabel Karmel is a chef and writer trained at the cookery school Le Cordon Bleu. - (Penguin Putnam)

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Move over, Jessica Seinfeld. The Toddler Cookbook by children's nutritionist and cooking expert Annabel Karmel employs abundant photographs and illustrated instructions to bring children and their parents together to create healthy food. While many recipes are familiar (pita pizzas, ice pops), the photos showing how to include toddlers in cooking are helpful (as the adult dices the shallot, the child operates the garlic press). (DK, $10.99 48p ages 3-up ISBN 9780-7566-3505-3; Jan.) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.

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