Jordan Wagman, who has worked with some of the most notable chefs in North America, received the Rising Star in North America nomination from the James Beard Foundation. He develops recipes for the Sweet Pea line of frozen baby foods. The father of two children including a newborn, he lives in Toronto.
Jill Hillhouse, BPHE. RNCP, is a holistic nutritionist and faculty member of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition, as well as a regular contributor to several national health magazines. She lives in Toronto.
I love the use of unconventional food pairings for variety and the inclusion of healthy grains/seeds like quinoa and millet.
They make use of standard basics you'd have in your pantry as well as encouraging you to run to the store to buy the one or two things you don't have.
I also found myself making some of the recipes to eat myself, especially the sweet potato fries and the roasted cauliflower.
Best cookbook for nutritional information, clarity, variety, reliability. Makes eating a joy for toddlers and parents alike. Who knew babies could eat like this?Published 17 months ago by P. B. Bellairs
I really like the how they make it so simple to make your own baby food. The recipes are easy but more creative than I would have thought of - for example roasting bananas and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Robert H Bell Jr
I think some dishes are super easy when baby eats just one or two ingredients at a time. But as they start eating more things some things are not really easy to prepare. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Marcilene
This is a fabulous book. I am a decent cook but new to baby food. This book is great on specifics about buying food and preparing it for baby and also has a section on each recipe... Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Next Generation Stay At Home Mom