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First Meals Revised: Fast, healthy, and fun foods to tempt infants and toddlers Hardcover – May 3, 2004

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"Annabel Karmel's First Meals may be the perfect new-mom gift..."

About the Author

Annabel Karmel is the mother of three children and the UK s leading expert on feeding children.Sheworks with leading US parenting websites such as Parents.comand has appeared on many TV shows, including the Today" show and The View".Check out her popular app, "Annabel s Essential Guide to Feeding Your Baby & Toddler", ""and visither website, AnnabelKarmel.com, to learn more.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: DK; Revised ed. edition (May 3, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 075660365X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0756603656
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 0.7 x 10.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,416 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
I loved this book. It has beautiful pictures and easy to follow instructions. It also contains valuable information that other books leave out, such as which recipes are suitable for freezing, how to modify recipes with different ingredients, and how long to store foods in the refrigerator and freezer.

The meals are delicious (I've tried them) and easy to make. They do call for some ingredients that are probably more mainstream in England (where the author is from), such as parsnips and rutabega, but I've either been able to find the ingredients or just left them out.

I agree with one reviewer, that once your child is starting to eat regular table foods, this book might be overkill. But it's wonderful up to about 10 months or so. To address some other reviews -- if you're looking for a book that tells you to "steam carrots in the microwave with a little water then mash them with a fork," why do you need a cookbook?
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I love this cookbook. I love cooking, though, and often prepare elaborate meals for my husband and I. I do not feel that 20 minutes of work to make nutritionally dense food for my 8 mo. old is excessive. (She'll eat what I cook for two days so it's only 20 min. every two days)

When she started eating more solid foods, she refused to eat plain steamed vegetables (pureed or not) and jar food. She put up such a fuss & refused to eat anything else besides fruit, string cheese or puffs. Not an optimal diet for a growing child. Naturally I was concerned because she used to eat a plethora of pureed foods (most were recipes from this book). I went back to the book to get recipes for 9 mos & up and it worked. She eats vegetables & anything else again. The recipes from this book are actually palatable to her. She loves to eat the food I make for her!

As somebody who's done a masters in nutrition, I feel pleased with the diet I feed my child when I use recipes from this book. Yellow vegetables and cheese are so good for your growing baby. (There is a slight lack of green vegetables in the recipe but that is probably because they are less palatable; I often add mashed sweet peas to the recipes.) There is a previous review, however, that correctly mentions that fresh strawberries or eggs should not be fed to your child until he/she is one and there is a pureed strawberry recipe in this book. That's not approved by American pediatricians. Everything else, though, I have found to be good, sound advice.

I highly recommend preparing your infant's food over jarred baby food and I highly recommend this book for that process. It is a little time-intensive but you don't have to cook every day. If you make extras, most of the foods are freezer-suitable even.
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I wouldn't buy this book if your child is past the pureed baby food stage. Much of the book is dedicated to that stage and the recipes for older babies and toddlers just aren't enough to make it worth the money.
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I used this cookbook for my first child and I loved the diversity of the menu!! I am just now beginning to use it again for my second and I love it even more!! The recipes are easy to follow, many options are given to make certain recipes a little different, and the combinations of food for the liitlest babies are unique. I never would have thought to put vegetables with fruit(i.e. mixing sweet potatoes with applesauce!)But both my kids love it!! Great Book!
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This book came highly recommended from friends and my pediatrician. Upon inspection of the book I was more than pleased. The directions are simple, pictures are wonderful, and recipes are easy for a busy mom. It contains valuable nutritional info along with do's and don'ts for each stage of a child's development. My 5-month-old has just started solids and this book has been a huge help.
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This book isn't for everyone, but is WONDERFUL for our little girl and our family. My husband and I are determined to raise our daughter eating a WIDE variety of healthy foods... not a picky eater like so many children today.

The recipes are fairly simple. She does have some foods common to England, but I found making substitutions to be easy. The foods/recipes are nutritious and yet appealing to our daughter. She has loved each of the recipes thus far, with the exception of one... this had fish and this was her first time to try fish. Nevertheless, we will keep trying and I believe she will be liking this dish soon as well.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to provide nutritious, wholesome foods to their child/children. Loving to cook helps as well!
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This is an attractive book that offers inspired fare for young eaters. A variety of foods are introduced. The photographs are clear and helpful. The recipes that I have tried are tasty.

However, the author is ignorant of what types of foods may be safely served to young babies. She ignores medical advice and suggests feeding berries, eggs, tomatoes, fish, leeks, mangoes, cinnamon, cheese, yogurt, onions, spinach, and garlic to babies eight months of age and younger. She adds wheat, miniature meatballs, and raw vegetables for babies nine to twelve months of age, ignoring the respective allergy and choking hazards. While her recipes are appealing, I think the age categories should be treated with skepticism by any parent concerned with following current guidelines. The author even advocates peanut butter for babies as young as a year.

I am serving some of the 6-month recipes to my nine-month old. This book is helpful but must be read very critically, as the author's timeline for introducing foods is unsafe, unscientific, and flouts medical guidelines. The section on allergies is cursory and slapdash. This author is too uninformed to trust.

This is a good book for a parent who is positive that their child does not have, or is not at risk for, food allergies.
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