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by David Kimmel,Suzanne Goldenson,Martha Kimmel

eBook Mommy Made and Daddy Too! (Revised): Home Cooking for a Healthy Baby  Toddler download ISBN: 0553380907
Author: David Kimmel,Suzanne Goldenson,Martha Kimmel
Publisher: Bantam; Revised edition (June 6, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 336
ePub: 1717 kb
Fb2: 1889 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Special Diet

Martha Kimmel (Author), David Kimmel (Author), Suzanne Goldenson . This book shows that you don't require a culinary arts degree to make fantastic food for your family

Martha Kimmel (Author), David Kimmel (Author), Suzanne Goldenson (Contributor) & 0 more. This book shows that you don't require a culinary arts degree to make fantastic food for your family. It's both an inspiration to those of us who have already introduced several children to solids and a great first resource for those just starting on the parenthood road. I highly recommend this book.

Revised) by David Kimmel. These delicious, kid-tested dishes-which include finger foods, shakes and smoothies, snacks on the go, spoonable treats, and a variety of table dishes-were created with your baby's special nutritional needs in mind, and will help your child establish healthful eating habits that will last a lifetime. Mommy Made also includes

Revised) by Martha Kimmel.

Revised) by Martha Kimmel. Mommy Made also includes

From making their own babies' food, the Kimmels have progressed to teaching other parents and then to supplying fresh baby food through their Manhattan business, also named Mommy Made and Daddy Too!

From making their own babies' food, the Kimmels have progressed to teaching other parents and then to supplying fresh baby food through their Manhattan business, also named Mommy Made and Daddy Too! This how-to comes in two parts: The first offers basic and pretty standard advice (with a few small and harmless misstatements-for example, that too many carrots can give dangerous amounts of vitamin A) on a range of items from watching for food allergies to choosing a highchair. Mommy made and daddy too! Home Cooking for a Healthy Baby and Toddler.

Kimmel, Martha; Kimmel, David; Goldenson, Suzanne, 1944 .

Kimmel, Martha; Kimmel, David; Goldenson, Suzanne, 1944-. Infants, Toddlers, Cookery. New York : Bantam Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Everyone loves a home-cooked meal-even babies and toddlers! Experts agree that homemade baby food is the .

Everyone loves a home-cooked meal-even babies and toddlers! Experts agree that homemade baby food is the healthiest way to feed young children. By making their own baby food, parents can drastically reduce the sugar, salt, artificial colors, fillers, additives, and preservatives in their child's diet.

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Home Cooking for a Healthy Baby & Toddler: A Cookbook. Everyone loves a home-cooked meal–even babies and toddlers! Experts agree that homemade baby food is the healthiest way to feed young children. By Martha Kimmel and David Kimmel Contribution by Suzanne Goldenson. By making their own baby food, parents can drastically reduce the sugar, salt, artificial colors, fillers, additives, and preservatives in their child’s diet.

And now making baby food from scratch has never been easier-with this practical, user-friendly cookbook by Martha and David Kimmel, founders of the phenomenally .

And now making baby food from scratch has never been easier-with this practical, user-friendly cookbook by Martha and David Kimmel, founders of the phenomenally successful M.

Everyone loves a home-cooked meal--even babies and toddlers!  Experts agree that homemade baby food is the healthiest way to feed young children. By making their own baby food, parents can drastically reduce the sugar, salt, artificial colors, fillers, additives, and preservatives in their child's diet. And now making baby food from scratch has never been easier--with this practical, user-friendly cookbook by Martha and David Kimmel, founders of the phenomenally successful Mommy Made* line of baby and toddler food.Updated for a special 10th anniversary edition, Mommy Made* is filled with 140 easy-to-make recipes that are perfect for introducing your baby to wholesome solid foods. These delicious, kid-tested dishes--which include finger foods, shakes and smoothies, snacks on the go, spoonable treats, and a variety of table dishes--were created with your baby's special nutritional needs in mind, and will help your child establish healthful eating habits that will last a lifetime. Mommy Made* also includes: Nutrition advice from birth to three years--incorporating guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics A blueprint for when and how to get your baby started on solid food Answers to parents' most frequently asked questions:  from milk and protein needs to determining portion size, preventing "hunger strikes," and detecting food allergies Tips on pureeing, straining, and mashing, as well as storage, thawing and reheating, and using the microwave A handy nutrition glossary, food pyramid, and list of helpful websites And much more!
Comments: (7)
Hiylchis
Not as clean as expected, it was a replacement, but still an excellent book. I used this with my own two kids years ago and got it for a friend. My brother and his wife also used this to make baby food for their two kids too. Our kids are perhaps the most likely to try new foods and enjoy all veggies. I believe making our own baby food was the best and healthiest decision. The book makes it so easy and there are great guides for when to introduce new foods. Still an excellent must have if you want your kids to eat right and healthy from the start.
Zonama
Bought this on the recommendation of a friend and wasn't all that I thought it would be. Was really hoping for clear-cut, simplistic way to get started with my daughter, but although the info was good, everything was very generalized. Wish there was a sample feeding schedule for a baby just starting out and info on when to increase amount etc...perhaps even charts to show when to introduce which foods at which stages. More info and less recipes?! I found the book that came in the Baby Bullet blender so much more helpful. Wish I knew it was in there the whole time (I got it as a shower gift and didn't open it until after my baby turned 6 months).
Frey
Mommy Made *and Daddy too! is just what a cookbook for families should be. If you are an omnivorous family, this is a fantastic resource for you. Unlike many healthy food cookbooks for families, it does not preach hard-core vegetarianism and offers several tips on preparing meats for babies. It includes extensive nutrition information that explains not only the USRDA for different vitamins and minerals, but what those vities and minerals do for the body. Additionally, they give dietary recommendations for babies and toddlers who are feeling under the weather (a better and more flexible version of the B.R.A.T.T. diet) and suggested menu items for children with allergies or aversions to certain ingredients. This is all alongside a very easy-to-follow plan for introducing first solids to babies and easy-to-prepare foods for every age thereafter. The ingredients are not odd or difficult to find. I would wager you that you could find all the ingredients listed in nearly every grocery store in North America.
Most importantly, the recipes are wonderful. While some of the recipes are indeed ones that you could easily figure out by yourself (as one reviewer stated) there is a very good reason for including them in this book. Sometimes you forget the simple things. Having instructions on how to prepare simple purees bound between these covers right next to the recipes for older babies and toddlers and adults reminds you how easy it is to prepare these foods. When you're tempted to go for an easy out and purchase a bunch of jarred baby foods, open up this book and you will remember that it takes nearly the same amount of time to prepare your baby's food alongside your dinner as it would to pop open a jar of pureed bananas. ...And I think everyone agrees that homemade fresh and frozen food tastes so much better than store bought prepared foods.
This book shows that you don't require a culinary arts degree to make fantastic food for your family. It's both an inspiration to those of us who have already introduced several children to solids and a great first resource for those just starting on the parenthood road. I highly recommend this book.
Nikohn
"Super Baby Food" has it's strong points but the recipes are a bit to froo-froo for my taste and they seem to go to the vegetarian extreme. "Mommy Made" however, contains great basic recipes that anyone with a steamer and blender can make. The author is very informative about introducing new foods to your baby and provides a timeline as to when you should introduce them. The receipes are not grouped by age but by food (ie fruits, vegetables, meats, etc) however, if you look carefully at the sidebar notes that the author makes, you will notice that she puts them in order within each category. For instance, applesauce is the first food listed and is therefore one of your baby's first foods. Make sure to read the sidebars as you go so that you can tell what foods are appropriate to introduce at what age. I do agree with another reviewer that there could be more information on how to freeze and store the prepared food but that is a minor detail and just about anyone can figure it out on their own. This is a great book that you can use over and over. I highly suggest it!
Jox
I bought this cookbook after making the decision to make all of our son's food starting at six months. I thought this book would give me a step-by-step guide on how and when to introduce foods, various recipes, and nutritious meal plans. This book was a major disappointment. The recipes are ridiculously simple. For homemade applesauce, steam apples and puree. Gee, why didn't I think of that? There is nothing in the book I couldn't have made up myself. I leafed through the book the first night I got it, and I haven't picked it up since.