Release on 2019-03-05 | by Allie Gaunt,Jessica Beaton
Making the most of every family mealtime – from baby to school age
Author: Allie Gaunt,Jessica Beaton
Pubpsher: Penguin Group Australia
Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner - or maybe the much-loved snacks and sweets in between - every meal is an opportunity to introduce children to the joy of eating, help them discover new tastes and textures, and boost their nutritional intake. Following on from their highly successful debut cookbook, the hugely popular One Handed Cooks have created this new collection of recipes and mealtime advice to provide inspiration and ideas for family-friendly food that's healthy, simple to prepare and packed full of flavour. Alongside easily adaptable meals, satisfying vegetarian options, brilliant ideas for lunchboxes and much more, you'll find helpful solutions to tackling the most challenging fussy eating behaviours while ensuring your child gets the nourishment they need.
Giving your child the best possible start in life includes offering nutritious, varied food every day. This comprehensive book provides a wide range of simple, enticing recipes that deliver the nutrients growing children need, as well as plenty of practical advice to help you successfully navigate their journey with solid foods. Setting your child up with appositive relationship with food and healthy eating habits is a gift that will last them a lifetime. This book will help you: - avoid the trap of fussy eating - overcome spoon refusal - deal with common issues, from teething to throwing food - prepare nutritionally balanced meals and snacks - create positive associations with mealtimes and eating - cater to food allergies and intolerances
Could you cook dinner with one hand tied behind your back? Thirteen years after surviving a near-fatal stroke, Jacqui Hynd invites you to share her comeback, emphasising her love of travel, photography and especially cooking. Travels with a One-Handed Cook describes her stroke and the challenges of the first few years, whereby she could not talk, read, write, walk, or remember (short term memory gone), and was in a wheelchair for 3 years. The book also charts her move to the Spanish countryside with her husband to renovate a country property, and enjoy the challenge of living in a different land. This cookbook is a reason for living, as in to experience travel again, to cook new things! Being one-handed now, she's made cooking easy and versatile, a delight for home cooks everywhere. Her travels before and after the stroke, has its influences in the recipes: dishes from South East Asia, and the Mediterranean countries including Morocco, all prepared by a one-handed cook, from her unique perspective.
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Are you a student preparing for the NBCOT exam? Looking for only one study guide to help you prepare for this important day? Wondering what thousands of your peers and fellow students have relied on for their studying needs? The answer is the OTA Exam Review Manual-now available in a completely updated and revised second edition with over 550 questions. This invaluable study tool is designed to guide students through the studying process from start to finish. With a redesigned question format to match the NBCOT exam, more questions, and an on-line testing component, this second edition is a study guide that inspires critical thinking. Karen Sladyk and her co-authors incorporate domain-, task-, and knowledge-style questions as a way to prepare students for the pace of the NBCOT exam. This collection of questions enables students to think logically for the answers, not just practice for the exam. The OTA Exam Review Manual, Second Edition also includes an on-line testing component. With 250 questions (50 more than the previous edition), this feature assists students with integrated learning and the ability to maximize their computer testing skills. Covering topics such as study techniques, content outlines, fieldwork, and life after the exam, the OTA Exam Review Manual, Second Edition is the most current and extensive review on the market for OTA students. Features: Contains 550 questions (50 more than the previous edition) divided into 11 one-hour test period simulations Redesigned question format to match new NBCOT exam Includes a new user-friendly, on-line testing component incorporating domain-style questions from the book Worksheets, time organizers, and appendix resources
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