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📒Little Foodie Recipes For Babies And Toddlers With Taste ✍ Michele Olivier
📝Little Foodie Recipes for Babies and Toddlers with Taste Book Synopsis : The Food You Eat--Smaller This liberating cookbook for the newest eater in your family encourages foodie parents to think beyond the baby food aisle. Here you'll find over 100 recipes for babies and toddlers so appetizing and so nutritious that you're sure to devour them--okay, let's call it "taste test"--right along with your little one. Consider yourself warned: your child's first words might just be "More, please." Beyond recipes, Little Foodie includes: A step-by-step guide to introducing puréesAnswers to FAQs for all stages of infancy and toddlerhoodThe lowdown on food allergiesMeal pairing tips for parent-friendly libationsOver 45 beautiful and enticing full-color photos Without a doubt, this baby food guide and cookbook is likely to become an indispensible family resource in your home. Here's what's on the menu for your little foodie: Apple + Mint + Ricotta Purée / Fennel + Pea + Peach Purée / Pumpkin + Thyme Purée / Sesame Tofu Sticks + Peanut Sauce / Curried Egg Finger Sandwiches + Mango Chutney / Slow Cooker Chicken Tagine + Couscous / Sausage + Kale Over Creamy Polenta / DIY Toddler Sushi Bar, and more
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📒The Little Book Of Foodie Law ✍ Cecil C. Kuhne
📝The Little Book of Foodie Law Book Synopsis : The term "foodie" commonly refers to one who is unabashedly and unreservedly excited about food, its ingredients, and its preparation. This exciting book, in the tradition of the other books in the Little Books series, examines the legal world of the foodie. This book will be a fascinating read for anyone anxious to learn more about the legal tussles that have taken place in the world of food.
📒Queens A Culinary Passport ✍ Andrea Lynn
📝Queens A Culinary Passport Book Synopsis : Everyone knows New York City is the culinary epicenter of the United States. And while Manhattan gets Michelin stars and Brooklyn gets blogger hype, real culinary fanatics know that authentic ethnic food experiences happen in the restaurants of Queens. There, New York's celebrated ethnic diversity is the most potent, with more than one million foreign-born residents. This means food lovers can travel the globe without using any vacation time: take a culinary tour of China, sip a frappe in Greece, dine on authentic Italian sausage—all without ever leaving Queens! Queens: A Culinary Passport welcomes visitors to the borough, serving as your guide to more than 40 hand-picked ethnic restaurants and food stands, complete with chef profiles and recipes for recreating signature dishes at home. Also included are highlights of not-to-be-missed hidden spots, like ethnic grocery stores stocked with multicultural essentials, fresh-from-the-sea fish markets, and delis that turn out freshly made mozzarella and sopressata. For Queens novices, the book includes easy-to-follow subway directions and even detailed neighborhood walking tours, ensuring that your next trip to Italy, India, Greece, Latin America, and China is only a borough away.
📒And When She Was Good ✍ Laura Lippman
📝And When She Was Good Book Synopsis : In the comfortable suburb where she lives, Heloise is just a mom, the youngish widow with a forgettable job who somehow never misses her son's soccer games or school plays. But in discrete hotel rooms throughout the area, she's the woman of your dreams - if you can afford her hourly fee. For more than a decade, Heloise has believed her unorthodox life to be a safe one; rigidly compartmentalized, maintaining no real friendships and trusting very few people. But now this secret life is under siege. Her once oblivious accountant is asking loaded questions about her business. Her longtime protector is hinting at new, mysterious dangers. Her employees can no longer be trusted. Her ex, the one who doesn't know he's the father of her son, is appealing his life sentence. And, one county over, another so-called 'suburban madam' has been found dead in her car, an apparent suicide... Can Heloise stay alive long enough to remake her life again, and save her son? Can she really expect to leave everything else behind?
📒The Smart Baby Cookbook ✍ Lauren Cheney
📝The Smart Baby Cookbook Book Synopsis : A blueprint for your child's nutrition and brain health. Doctor-approved and parent-tested, the Smart Baby Cookbook helps you give your young one a head-start for a healthy life, beginning with the best first foods, through to finger foods and family meals. Including: The science behind 'SMART' foods and their effects on immunity and brain function Meal planners organised by baby's age and stages of development, plus advice for starting solids Easy-to-make family favourite recipes designed for maximum nutrition Budget-friendly recipes with minimal prep and no separate cooking required When chef Lauren Cheney's baby was born with a rare immunity disorder, she threw herself into researching the best foods that could help him thrive. Drawing on advice from child health experts, she developed recipes for nutrient-packed everyday meals. Now with this empowering guide, her advice and recipes are available for families everywhere, helping to nourish the bodies and brains of the little ones we love.
📒Starve Vol 1 ✍ Brian Wood
📝Starve Vol 1 Book Synopsis : Once the world's most famous chef, Gavin Cruikshank's been in a self-imposed exile for years. His little foodie television program has since evolved into STARVE, an arena sport that pits chef against chef for the pleasure of their super-rich patrons. It's a stain on a once-noble profession, and Chef Gavin is ready to go to war to stop it. Two things stand in his way: his arch rival Roman Algiers, and his adult daughter Angie, who probably just wants her dad back and acting normal.
📒Anise Loves Green Food ✍ Nathalie M Curabba
📝Anise Loves Green Food Book Synopsis : Anise is an aspiring chef who loves cooking real food in the most delicious ways. Her brother is a painter who is fascinated by color and is always hungry. Together they explore what it is to cook and eat green.There are 12 recipes at the end to match the ones cooked in the story.
📒Foodie Facts ✍ Ann Treistman
📝Foodie Facts Book Synopsis : Consider this The Food Lover’s Companion lite—short and sweet trivia about retro American food. Who pitted the first cherries and nestled them into pie crust? Was a meatloaf sandwich the result of a late-night refrigerator run? And does anyone really crave green bean casserole, complete with fried onions on top? In this time of hyperawareness of locality—when every roast chicken needs a pedigree of a free-range home and antibiotic-free past—it’s time to celebrate the very basics of American cooking, the joy of Velveeta and pleasures of Jell-O. In this fun collection, author Ann Treistman takes readers on a journey through a 1950s kitchen, sometimes with surprising results. For example, deviled eggs were first prepared in ancient Rome, in a slightly different form and without the familiar moniker. The practice of removing the yolks from hard-boiled eggs, mixing it with spices and refilling the shells was fairly common by the 1600s. Why the devil? Well, it’s hot in hell, and by the eighteenth century, it was all the rage to devil any food with a good dose of spice. Adding mustard or a signature sprinkle of hot paprika turned these eggs into devils. The perfect gift for those who love to make, bake, and eat food, Foodie Facts promises to be a wickedly good read with recipes to boot.
📒A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig ✍ Charles Lamb
📝A Dissertation upon Roast Pig Book Synopsis : A Dissertation upon Roast Pig This book include Charles Lamb’s biography and his works. A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig is a collection of food-related essays from the early 19th century, with a humorous bent. They're but a few pages each - a light read to bring a smile to your face, then on to the next little foodie treat. Charles Lamb's writing is playful and amusing. He'll have you chuckling away at his creation myth for the titular roast pig, then set your mouth watering with an enticing description of its succulence. It's not quite all-out food porn, but I would quite like some crackling, even though I'm full right now. Food might be the broad umbrella under which all his essays find themselves, but there's nothing samey about any of the offerings, whether it be the hungry chimney sweeps, metaphors of London fogs as food, or a pun-heavy conceit of the days of the year all coming to a feast. The only possible criticism is one that often applies to collections of essays or short stories: that it's all very well done and a pleasant read, but it's never quite substantial enough to really get your teeth into. Each piece does everything they set out to do - they're clever, engaging and evocative - but they're not so roaringly funny that you'll grab the nearest person and insist they read it, or delve into deep deep food fantasies. There's a sense of Very good. Next? Wonderful as a light snack, but lacking slightly as a main meal. Beyond the format (and that's not something that you'd want to change anyway), there's nothing to knock in 'A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig. It speaks to a modern audience as much as it did to its 19th century audience. Such is the quality of the writing that there's little to date it; it's as sparkling as it ever was. Timeless humour is particularly difficult to achieve, and this is greatly to Lamb's credit. If you're looking for a high quality yet relaxed read, with humour and food woven together, then A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig is an excellent choice. You might not head back for leftovers the next day, but that's by no means the end of the world. Warmly recommended.