Monday, July 28, 2008

I just bought this cookbook at the grocery store and wanted to share it with you! It is written in the form of a 1950's cookbook, and YES it's darling!
(I paid $18 at the grocery store but you can find it for less if you click on the lettering below!)
Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food, by Jessica Seinfield (HarperCollins), lives up to its name by providing nutritious recipes that are yummy to the tummy. In this user-friendly cookbook, you will find traditional favorites like chicken nuggets, tacos, spaghetti, pancakes, and chocolate cake - all with a unique twist: pureed veggies. But before you wrinkle your nose at the thought of taking a sip of cauliflower juice, take comfort in knowing you can’t actually taste the veggies. See where the deception comes in? And the different purees add a little extra (unidentified) zip to the recipes making them delicious. I am excited to use this cookbook on my grandchildren and I know my sweet hubby won't mind either!

Daughters Shelli, Heidi, Tiffani & Stephanie, if you want this cookbook, let me know! XO

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