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Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (66 of 71)
 

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River Cottage Veg Every Day! (River Cottage Every &hellip by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious!, 4 Mar 2014
I realise that there have been a number of complaints about this book: recipes are too simple for seasoned cooks; recipes are too difficult; there are no spices; watch out for the spicy ginger in the parsnip and ginger soup, etc. etc. BUT for me, personally, this book deserves a five-star rating as its recipes involve a careful balancing of ingredients, seasoning and cooking methods, in order to bring out the very best in each dish. I love it!

In fact, I think it was worth buying for the roasted veg ratatouille recipe. I've served it as part of a mediterranean-style buffet and it is definitely the star dish. The tomato sauce, which is used for completing the ratatouille, smelled… Read more
Finger Food For Babies And Toddlers: Delicious nut&hellip by Jennie Maizels
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Finger food for your main meal, anyone? I am a firm believer in children and adults eating the same foods - the adults just have to adapt to the children's needs (for instance, no honey or no bell peppers before a certain age, and so on) to make sharing one and the same meal possible.

All-in-all, the book was a disappointment. Although using healthy, fresh ingredients, a lot of the recipes in this book are for what reminds me of snack-like, home-made versions of junk food, which, instead of introducing babies to 'normal' food, just pander to the idea that children prefer fast food. Just look at the kiddies' menu at most family restaurants - sausages, burgers, and chicken nuggets,… Read more
Big Book of Recipes for Babies, Toddlers & Childre&hellip by Bridget Wardley
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I bought this book when my little boy had already passed the weaning stage, unfortunately, as I would have loved to have had it at hand when trying to come up with interesting purees for him to try! Nevertheless, I have found many recipes that both he and our whole family have enjoyed. I particularly liked the authors' guidelines for how to get around fussy eaters - or how to ignore fussy eating, not make a big deal out of it, and to encourage children for the food they DO eat :) Very practical advice, with a wide range of recipes, from veggie to carnivorous.

Cannot recommend this book highly enough. Other baby and toddler recipe books just can't compare, in my opinion, to this… Read more