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Annabel Karmel's Small Helpings

ISBN 
9780091863739
Format 
Hardback
Recommended Price 
R320.00
Published 
March 1998
About the book: 
Worried about feeding your baby bland processed purees? Having problems getting your child to eat? Or are your children fussy eaters who will only eat junk food? Bestselling cookery writer and expert on food for kids Annabel Karmel is the mother of three young children and she knows how difficult it can be to ensure a healthy diet for the whole family. First published by the BBC, Annabel Karmel's Small Helpings is a complete guide to feeding babies and children with recipes for all occasions - from weaning to packed lunches and family meal ideas. This edition contains an extended chapter on tea parties, including over 30 recipes for party food and lots of exciting entertaining ideas. It also includes a step-by-step guide to introducing your child to solid foods, over 100 recipes suitable for freezing and lots of tips to make food fun for children. Beautifully illustrated throughout, Annabel Karmel's Small Helpings is aimed at all parents who are continually searching for original yet healthy family food ideas.
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About the Author

Annabel Karmel is a bestselling author and respected authority on child nutrition and cookery.

Annabel Karmel MBE is a bestselling author and respected authority on child nutrition and cookery who has written multiple bestselling books including DK's Feeding Your Baby and Toddler. She writes for magazines and newspapers including The Times, Sunday Mirror and Daily Mail and appears regularly on radio and television. In 2009 Annabel won the Mother & Baby Lifetime Achievement Award.
As a mother of three, Annabel has had first-hand experience of the difficulties in feeding young children. She is firmly of the belief that children are less likely to become fussy eaters if they are used to a good selection of fresh foods from an early age.
 
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