- File Size: 635 KB
- Print Length: 31 pages
- Publisher: John and Anne Newsome | Flayve (December 16, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00APLNC9A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #935,885 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
What to Cook for Dinner for Picky Eaters Kindle Edition
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The book is poorly formatted. No interactive table of contents that I could find. Followed up with an almost blog-style of writing and formatting. If you are in a rush, or if you have young children tugging at you when trying to fix dinner, this is not the cookbook to use as it's difficult to read and find recipes.
The authors do recommend seeking advice from a pediatrician, family doctor or nutritionist as a disclaimer. Later in the book the authors write about contacting a Nutritionist, Suzzanne Myer, based in Washington State who offered a telephone food consultation concerning the Eczema problem with one of their children. The authors did not list Myer's credentials (is she a registered dietician for example?) in their book so as a reader I was left to wonder about the veracity of the author's writing. Also, the authors chose to capitalize Eczema and Nutritionist and I suspect both words should have been in lower case as they are not proper titles or nouns. For example: You should capitalize Atopic dermatitis as this is a type of eczema. There are many forms of eczema including Atopic dermatitis.
Before I go too far afield in this review, some of the common allergy triggers found in children are caused by eggs and nuts. The authors have chosen to include recipes using both.Read more ›
The recipes seem tasty enough, but if you have kids who will eat these recipes, you don't have picky eaters.
"What to Cook for Dinner for Picky Eaters" has all kinds of easy to make recipes that I'm sure any child would eat. Even if you have to change an ingredient to two.
As I was looking through the book, my youngest daughter happened to walk up and started looking at the book with me. I was very surprised when she asked me to make her some Crock-Pot Hamburger Soup! (The award winner recipe) Jade is the pickiest eater in the house and to hear her ask for something that she has never ate before put a big smile on this moms face!
The recipes in this book are simple to make and the ingredients are everyday foods used in ways that I would of never thought of.
I also really like the tips and information at the beginning of the book.
It explains how kids don't like to eat foods that they aren't familiar with and if you serve unfamiliar food to your child, make sure you add something to the plate that you know they already enjoy and don't stop after serving it once and your child not liking it. Try Try Again!
"What to Cook for Dinner for Picky Eaters" also has information about how food can cause rashes like Eczema or make them worse. More people have food sensitivities that we realize, sometimes you won't even know that you have food sensitivities until it's pointed out to you.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Found few recipes my picky eater wouldn't complain about. Although I think that they all sound great. Keep up the good work.Published 20 months ago by Amanda Jean Bragg
These recipes may be good if you eat fish and pork. But we don't. My kids also won't eat meatloaf... I guess we're just too picky over here!Published 22 months ago by Mom of Two
This book wasn't much help for my picky eaters. Has advice you can read online with any search...keep introducing new foods and over time they will get used to it. Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Amazon Customer
None of the recipes in this book would be eaten by my kids. This is for kids that will eat almost anything.Published on January 14, 2014 by Celeste
I thought the recipes in the book were really interesting, but I am a little skeptical about most of the recipes for my kids because of the seafood. Read morePublished on November 29, 2013 by Amazon Customer
On the technical side it is formatted poorly.
Practically speaking, my little guy is a picky eater, not because I haven't tried all the tips in the book and offer him a... Read more
Use of way too many processed convenience foods. Its not very healthy af all to be eating such highly processed food components if your child is picky to begin with.Published on July 25, 2013 by C. PENSAK
I am so happy I got this book! The recipes in there are great - easy to make and most likely with flavors EVERYONE eats, even the super picky ones :)
I tried two so far and... Read more
So thankful for our great cookbook that isn't just you basic Kid food! Whole food with real ingredients! Great advice and recipes! Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by mommato4
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