Dedicated foodies Hugh Garvey and Matthew Yeomans saw no reason to abandon adventurous eating once they had kids. Between them, they and their wives now have four children under five-all of whom eat "adult" fare and gladly try new foods. In this lively full-color cookbook, Garvey and Yeomans share their strategies for raising fearless, unfussy eaters. They don't try to hide vegetables or trick kids into eating healthy food. Instead, they show how to broaden kids' tastes-and put together simple but sophisticated meals that the whole family will love. From Orange and Ginger Soy Ribs to Spinach Mac and Cheese and Watermelon and Feta Salad, the book's 72 recipes have plenty of kid appeal, but are stylish enough to satisfy food-loving parents.
Recipe Excerpts from The Gastrokid Cookbook
I love this cookbook because it presents simple, quick recipes that you will feel proud to serve your family. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Shirin
I like this book a lot, it has tips for parents and the psychology of children surrounding the dinner table. Read morePublished on January 28, 2011 by Leannlahn
What a total let down. And don't let the snobby commenters fool you as I did. It's a cookbook, that's it. There's nothing here to help you get your kids interested in the food. Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by RachelZ3
Recipes don't really seem tailored toward kids. The writing is pretentious - "We're not above using premade pancake mix, as the organic, whole wheat varieties provide sustenance... Read morePublished on November 8, 2009 by S. Wrenholt
It has a lot of potential with great recipes and original illustrations. Problem is we need more complete balanced meals (main dish, sides and perhaps even a dessert to follow). Read morePublished on September 24, 2009 by Tricia Menendez
I purchased this "family" cookbook after reading a Daily Candy promotion. It sounded great. I have a three year old, and I'm struggling to expand her diet from Mac and Cheese. Read morePublished on September 24, 2009 by J. deRosier