The Whole Family Cookbook: Celebrate the goodness of locally grown foods

The Whole Family Cookbook: Celebrate the goodness of locally grown foods

Michelle Stern

Language: English

Pages: 192

ISBN: 1440511209

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

There's no better way to teach your children to eat fresh, healthy, organic food than with recipes you can cook and eat together! Written by the founder of San Francisco's premier children's cooking school and award-winning, green-parenting blogger Michelle Stern, this cookbook gives your family the resources you need to cook delicious, local food in any season including:

  • Practical advice like how to pick the best of local and natural food without spending too much time or money.
  • Color-coded instructions that guide kids of all ages through age-appropriate steps in every recipe.
  • More than 75 organic, family-friendly recipes and beautiful 4-color photos that will get everyone excited about what's for dinner!

Whether you're cooking Summertime Kabobs on a balmy June evening or Sweet and Savory Turnovers for a toasty winter breakfast, your family will learn to love the wholesome food - and priceless memories - you can make together.

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direction! The following color key shows how recipe steps are broken down by age appropriateness: • Involve Your Kids. While you are working on preparing dinner, put your dirty tools and dishes into a large bowl filled with soapy water in the sink. Kids love to get their hands wet, and can scrub the tools as you add them. You will be surprised at how well they can do the job, and how it will save you the time instead of doing the whole job yourself. Kids can also help you with prep work, menu

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