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The Supernatural Kids Cookbook Paperback – January 26, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
The artwork is so amazing and entertaining that it keeps everyone engaged!
I have never seen another kid's cookbook with as much inspiration. You
will surely enjoy this and start your kids on a culinary journey!
Easy, fun, delicious and a GREAT value!
Thank you Nancy and Alexandra!!
The illustrations are completely adorable as well as instructive. There are a few pages devoted to explaining kitchen basics to curious chefs then close to sixty fabulous recipes, everything from scrumptious salads and sandwiches to hearty casseroles, soups and delicious desserts. Encouraging mindful eating at such an early age can only be a good thing! By making cooking this much fun, the author sets little minds and tummies off on the path to a lifetime of good health.
This colorful cookbook is simply brilliant and guarantees hours of imaginative fun in the kitchen. Get it and get cooking!
This cookbook was also reviewed by me on ArtsBeatLA [dot] com
Two challenges for parents of young children are 1) making useful tasks fun & interesting and 2) making nutritious food delicious. We discovered that The Supernatural Kids Cookbook accomplishes both. The cover caught my eye and then when we received the book, I saw that the cover artwork flows throughout its 76 pages without being overbearing. It also features a perfectly categorized table of contents with no more than a handful of recipes in each, a glossary in the front (thank you for thinking of that) and list of equipment you'll need (all common) for your young chefs.
Creative recipe names like Hippotatoes and Sweet and Sassy Slaw are memorable and just plain fun to say. And as if this book's kid-appeal wasn't strong enough, there's a recipe in the back for dog treats! I haven't prepared that one yet, but I gotta tell you the ingredients sound rather tasty to me.
I would definitely add the Supernatural Kids Cookbook to my kitchen. In our home it has generated some satisfying family time that has, so far, always ended with deliciousness.
WELL, Nancy Mehagian's book is that one on steroids, super turbo-charged, eye-poppin', lip smackin good and guaranteed to create a lifetime of not only happy memories, but drooling good food, countless hours of fun in the kitchen, but most of all, good gustatory habits from the get go.
Get it for the little mites & you'll never regret it. Many happy meals of the day....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I highly recommend this wonderful first cookbook. As a whole-foods based cooking instructor, I've used this book as the basis for a class. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Steven David Martin
I bought this and must mention that a lot of the recipes call for tamari- soy sauce without wheat. FOR AN ADULT TAMARI SHOUDL BE LIMITED as to hypertension, water retention and... Read morePublished on July 12, 2013 by ProudtobeaNurse
My daughter approached me at the age of six and informed me that she was vegan! Except for bacon and prosciutto she has been eating vegan for 10 years. Read morePublished on May 3, 2012 by Gwen Kenneally
This is an awesome book for anyone who loves great food and needs simple and tasty recipes. It's technically a "kids" cookbook but don't let that fool you-- there are no kids in... Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I give it 2 stars because it is mainly vegetarian and that is refreshing. Otherwise, I ordered this book for my children thinking the recipes would be exciting and different... Read morePublished on June 11, 2011 by X Sloane