French kids eat everything how our family moved to France, learned to love vegetables, banished snacking, and discovered 10 magic rules for raising healthy, happy eaters /
Combining personal anecdotes with practical tips and recipes, the author shares her observations on how the French foster healthy eating habits and good manners in babies and children, and tests ten French Good Rules for a family food revolution.
|Main Author:||Le Billon, Karen.|
|Corporate Authors:||Barnes & Noble Books.|
New York :
|Edition:||[1st ed.] NOOKbook ed.|
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Table of Contents:
- French kids eat everything (and yours can too)
- Baby steps and beet puree: we move to France, and encounter unidentified edible objects
- Schooling the stomach: we starting learning to "eat French" (the hard way)
- L'art de la table: a meal with friends, and a friendly argument
- Food fights: how not to get your kids to eat everything
- The Kohlrabi experiment: learning to love new foods
- Four square meals a day: why French kids don't snack
- Slow food nation: it's not only what you eat, it's also how you eat
- The best of both worlds
- The most important food rule of all
- Tips and tricks, rules and routines for happy, healthy eaters
- French recipes for kids: fast, simple, healthy and tasty
- List of recipes. Soups and purees ; Salads and main courses ; Snacks and desserts.