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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Review: The Sneaky Chef

Giveaway is closed. I'll get the winner posted by Tuesday... we've had a fun and busy weekend together as a family! :)

It's official... I've found the newest best thing since sliced bread! Ok, so that may be taking things a little far, but it's pretty cool just the same. We talk quite a bit about menus and nutrition for our little ones around here (ok, so we've been slacking on the nutrition a bit since Sweet Pea was born, but that doesn't mean I'm not working on it behind the scenes.) The more I look into all the nutrients we are supposed to have and where they can be found and how many of what foods and which foods how often and all that stuff we need (can anyone say run on?), the more I see how very difficult it is to have children and too feed them at the same time. The whole process can make a person mad (and by that I mean crazy, not angry... just clarifying.)

So several weeks ago I turned to Google for help, searching for recipes that slip veggies and such into other things. I thought it would be easier to get all those nutrients in if the main dish part of our meal also had a little something extra. Then there it was... The Sneaky Chef! I promptly emailed the publicist asking for a copy of her book to review and give away on my blog and she promptly sent one to me. Since then I've been reading and sampling and I have a review for you. :)

Author Missy Chase Lapine gives us The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals. In the book she paints a picture of what many of us moms go through on a daily basis. The takes these things from her own life with two young girls, both picky eaters. Lapine talks about reasons our children are picky and a handful (or more) of strategies to help them get the nutrients they need. Differing from the suggestions my other child nutrition book gave only slightly, Lapine actually tells us how to do it... step by step.

I heartily recommend this book. There I said it. It was an easy read and has tons of great and easy to implement techniques for getting that nutrition into our children. The best part is that she uses those recipes that your children already love, incorporating fruits, veggies and fiber into Mac n Cheese, chicken fingers, pizza, and even brownies! The list goes on! By adding purees you make ahead to everyday recipes your children are getting spinach, cauliflower, carrots, sweet potatoes, blueberries and more... without a fight!

The only negative aspect I found in this book was the "sneaky" component. Though she does a great job of justifying her sneakiness, telling us it's no different than any other mis-truth we would give or detail we would omit for their own good, the idea is still not something I believe would honor the Lord in my home. As you read and implement the principles Lapine teaches, you must remember that it is still written from the world's perspective. Be sure you read it, like everything else you read, through the lens of Scripture.

So what does this mean? Can we not use "The Sneaky Chef" in our own kitchens? I think we can. My plan is to incorporate many of these recipes (especially the animal crackers, granola bars and cookies) into my own recipe box, but not to hide the ingredients from or lie to my children (and let's face it, My Beloved too) about what's inside. Really and truly, Tornado is too young to care at this point what is in the foods he loves. By the time he is, it won't faze him at all that cauliflower is in his mac n cheese... it's all he'll know.

Some of you may have children, like Lapine, who are uninterested in a food simply because of what's in it, even though they've never tasted it. You may need to figure out your own way to go about things. You may choose not to divulge the ingredients list before they eat the brownies or spaghetti, but really... do you tell them the ingredients of the foods you make now?

Over all this is a great book and I believe it will help many of you with your food battles!

To win a copy of this book (only slightly used as I had to review it first), leave a comment on this post and I'll pick a winner this weekend!!! See here for more details on the giveaway (like where I'll ship). And at the end of the week I'll have a link for those of you who don't win the book to get your own! :)

There you have it... my kitchen tip. Find more here.

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85 Comments:

At July 29, 2008 at 1:14 PM , Blogger New England Quilter said...

I think the concept of increasing nutritional values in family measl is great. It is nice that you are going to be up front with your family about what you are adding. My little guy is challenging to feed and I would love to receive this book. Thank you for the review and the giveaway!
Amy

 
At July 29, 2008 at 1:14 PM , Blogger lafondsi said...

Great review. I have been thinking about getting this book for a long time. My toddler use to eat everything, but now it's all grilled cheese and macaroni! She does like fruit, but I'd love to "sneak" in more veggies. I totally agree about the "sneaky" part. I don't think anyone will mind that there are veggies in things and I will be truthful as well. Like you said, she won't know the difference! Her daddy might though... But as long as I don't add raw onions or celery it should be fine with him!

 
At July 29, 2008 at 1:22 PM , Anonymous Amanda D. said...

I've seen this book reviewed before and it caught my attention. I definitely need help with the veggies in the daughter's diet. Thanks so much!

amandagdonovan at gmail dot com

 
At July 29, 2008 at 1:39 PM , Blogger leigh said...

getting nutrition without the fight is key. thanks

 
At July 29, 2008 at 1:55 PM , Blogger Kristin said...

As I've shared briefly on my own blog, I never found the need to add extra ingredients to the food we eat because my older two are such good eaters and love fruits and veggies. However, now I have a child who would live on applesause and bread if I let him so this idea really appeals to me!

 
At July 29, 2008 at 2:14 PM , Blogger Nikki said...

I could use this book as Sarah Beth will NOT eat anything green.

 
At July 29, 2008 at 2:29 PM , Blogger Julie D said...

I've been wanting to get ahold of one of these books. I'm not concerned with sneaking stuff past my kids. I just want to get more good stuff in MY body!! (I'm not big on veggies!)

 
At July 29, 2008 at 2:43 PM , Anonymous Cindy said...

Delurking for a chance for this great book. I would love, love, love this book. Always looking for a way to increase good food into my children.

Tcmccartney@comcast.net

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:19 PM , Blogger paryjeja said...

Sneakiness may help but also kids need to learn why the vegetables are good for them. Looks like a great books for adding to the veggie idea list.

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:33 PM , Anonymous april said...

loved your review - i too agree that "sneaking" isn't such a good thing - luckily, my daughter is too young to ask "what's in this?" but when she does, i'll tell her the truth & not skirt around it! i could really use the help in getting her to eat & like healthier foods! thanks for entering me!
apechicken(at)yahoo(dot)com

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:35 PM , Blogger paula h said...

This is a whole new concept of cooking. I have used some of her recipes from her website with great results. My kids will eat vegtables but I think everyone could stand to eat even more.

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:38 PM , Anonymous diane said...

This sounds great! Your blog and mine sure go hand in hand. I do a lot of stuff on healthy eating and feeding kids right. I guess I'd better get me a subscription to your blog, huh???

Thanks!

themommyspot(at)gmail(dot)com

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:50 PM , Blogger Samantha said...

Boy, do I need this book! My daughter is so picky!
I am hosting a giveaway, too! I hope you will check it out.

 
At July 29, 2008 at 3:57 PM , Blogger nessatxmom said...

I would love to have this book! After reading your review, I am more sure that it would be helpful. It is my dh that doesn't get enough veggies. It amuses me that he makes the kiddos eat everything on their plate, yet doesn't eat his own veggies. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

Have a blessed day,
Nessa

Also, I'm hosting a giveawy too if you are interested!

 
At July 29, 2008 at 5:01 PM , Blogger Kristin said...

great review! I feel the same way about being "sneaky" :)

 
At July 29, 2008 at 5:09 PM , Blogger 3cookieday said...

It does sound like a great book, especially since I have a picky hubby and semi-picky 18 month old. But I totally agree with you about the sneakiness. I would still tell my hubby about what is really in it. And Emma could care less at this point. Thanks for the giveaway!
Julie

 
At July 29, 2008 at 10:40 PM , Blogger Tonya said...

I like the idea of this book and using it to unsure my children are eatting enough vegtables! I still believe in offering the vegtables to them but this would make me feel more comfortable with letting a few bites slide ;) Thanks for the entry

 
At July 29, 2008 at 11:44 PM , Blogger My Family said...

How wonderful!!
As the mom to a 2 year old, I would love to learn how to give her food extra nutritional value. I also agree with you about the 'sneaky' aspect - as DD grows, I want to teach her how to cook and show her how to add these extras into her food and how easy it can be.
She does eat well, but we can all use a boost from veggies and fruits!!
Keeping my fingers crossed to win. ;)

Thanks again for a great blog.
Becky

 
At July 29, 2008 at 11:52 PM , Blogger Adore By Nat said...

What a good review. I do agree with you that we should not be sneaky and not telling them the truth. Giving them a good example about not lying is very important to start in early age. I have 8 mos baby boy and everyday I learn to ensure that we show him good examples.Adore By Nat

 
At July 30, 2008 at 12:11 AM , Blogger Reeva said...

tasty and nutritious CAN go hand in hand. I like that we're getting both with the recipes featured here.

Great giveaway! I hope i'm the lucky winner :)

 
At July 30, 2008 at 12:28 AM , Blogger Memories At Home said...

I have been wanting to get a book similar to this and after reading your review, I know I NEED this book! Sometimes I feel outsmarted by an 18 month old, lol. I just want my whole family to want to eat veggies, too! Great giveaway!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 12:49 AM , Blogger bethany said...

I've been wanting to read this book because my son is in a stage where he will not eat veggies!! I'd love to "sneak" things into the other things that he eats! Thanks

 
At July 30, 2008 at 1:20 AM , Blogger Stephanie said...

My kids used to be good eaters but as they grow they are not liking veggies anymore...count me in on the contest.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 5:07 AM , Blogger Hil'Lesha said...

I'd love to win a copy of this book, because sometimes it can be a bit tricky feeding my toddler who is very picky at times.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 6:42 AM , Blogger michelle said...

I have flipped through Deceptively Delicious before giving it to my sister for Christmas, and I must admit, if the food tastes good, I don't see a problem with increasing its nutritional value and fiber. I would be very interested in reading this cookbook as well.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

 
At July 30, 2008 at 8:06 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the idea of getting fruits and veggies into "regular" foods that kids will eat without a fight.
What about husbands? :)

mariettaseller(at)yahoo(dot)com

 
At July 30, 2008 at 8:53 AM , Blogger Amber said...

My oldest 2 children have always been wonderful eaters. They will try anything and they eat healthy foods with gusto!

I never thought I'd have a child who snubbed his nose at anything.....then Baby Boy #3 came along. He ate baby food with glee. Then it all went downhill. He refused to eat much of anything (and continues to), except for fruit, cheese, pastas, and cereals (both cold and hot).

I really want him to eat more vegetables, but he just won't. What's a mom to do??

The Sneaky Chef cookbook is very intriguing to me. I love the idea of incorporating veggies into kid favorites.

Like you, I'm not too eager about the sneaky part of it....I'd probably mention what is in the dish and hope that my Picky Little Guy will still eat. I believe that he would. I think the problem is the actual vegetables sitting there that he doesn't like. If they were blended in, I'm sure he wouldn't mind as much.

Thank you for the giveaway!
mommyof3inva(at)yahoo(dot)com

 
At July 30, 2008 at 9:55 AM , Blogger Betsy said...

I have always wanted this book. How neat that they sent you a copy!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 10:43 AM , Blogger Sandra said...

I have the Deceptively Delicious cookbook and would love to look at this one as well. My son has recently started eating more fruits and veggies but I would still like to make all our meals healthier.

owatz (AT) telus (DOT) net

 
At July 30, 2008 at 11:09 AM , Blogger Mom 2 To Boys said...

I could really use this. My 4 yr old is such a picky eater!! THanks!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 12:38 PM , Blogger Nancy said...

Great review!! I've been thinking about getting this book for several months now. I have several friends that highly recommend it, and my kids wouldn't even question the addition of things at this point.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 1:04 PM , Blogger Halifax said...

I'm becoming a health and wellness geek and am even more concerned about what to feed my daughter now. Maybe this book can help

juan_hurrican (at) yahoo (dot) com

 
At July 30, 2008 at 1:06 PM , Blogger Lisa said...

What a profound statment.
Be sure you read it, like everything else you read, through the lens of Scripture. I have made sure to keep that.

Be sure you read it, like everything else you read, through the lens of Scripture.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 1:32 PM , Blogger Deb said...

I agree, I kind of dislike being sneaky, and I do think kids should learn to just eat whole foods, but sometimes you have to make sure they are getting the nutrition they need. Maybe sneaking some in and also giving them veggies on the plate whole is a good balance.

Would love to read the book.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 1:37 PM , Blogger Victoria said...

What an awesome idea to sneak some good foods into my hubs and 3 year old. We could def. use some ideas on how to live healthier for our futures. Thanks for the awesome give away chance!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 5:00 PM , Blogger PS said...

I'm really not a fan of sneaking in food. I think kids should learn to like what they eat and why it is important. However we all have those weeks where they just aren't eating their veggies and it would be great to sneak some into their favorite foods!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 5:43 PM , Blogger Suzie G. said...

I agree that being sneaky may not feel too good. I think our household could really use this book but instead of being sneaky, I'd tell them (after they liked the food of course!) what was in it. That way they would realize that everything really can taste good if you prepare it that way. Might encourage them to try more new foods as well.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 5:56 PM , Blogger kamewh said...

I have been wanting this book for some time! I have two little ones who are extremely anti-veggies and I would love to get more into their diets! Thank you for the giveaway!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 8:22 PM , Blogger Susanna said...

Sounds like a cool book. But I also don't like the idea of kids only getting the fruits and veggies that are disguised in these foods. They still need to be offered foods they don't "like" to grow in being able to eat them, but I'm all for getting a little extra nutrition.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 9:06 PM , Blogger kristine said...

i have oogled this book for so long and wish i had it. my daught (thanks to hubs) loves crap food. this would be excellent!!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 9:27 PM , Blogger Maureen said...

Good comprehensive review. I hadn't read too much about this book- interesting comments about the "sneaky" aspect of the book. I hadn't really thought about it that way.

 
At July 30, 2008 at 10:03 PM , Blogger sweetsue said...

I am one of those people who add extra nutrition to everything. Fruit to oatmean, grated carrots to meatloaf etc. I would love to get more ideas from this book. I don't have to sneak, nobody at all in my family is interested in what goes on in the kitchen, just what comes out of it!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 10:35 PM , Blogger Gina said...

I'm very upfront with my son about what I'm "sneaking" in the food. He loves it--he sees it as a game and is fascinated by how different things taste when they're raw or pureed (he's almost 5, btw). My toddler twins don't know yet, but they're the picky eaters so I'm just glad they're getting veggies.

Thanks for doing the giveaway!

 
At July 30, 2008 at 11:16 PM , Blogger momo3 said...

i heart this book . . . thanks for the great giveaway! i need this for son #2 . . . he hates any veggies . . . this would be a big help! kristen.

ryankristenwilson(at)msn(dot)com

 
At July 30, 2008 at 11:53 PM , Blogger Tara said...

oh I NEED this book! My son has sensory issues with textures of foods and I definitely need help sneaking healthy stuff in his food! Great review by the way.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:17 AM , Blogger Stacey said...

Would love to find a way to sneak more healthy foods into the meal!

http://rejavanate.com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:21 AM , Blogger Kristin & Jeff said...

Great review.I love the fact that she uses every day foods that kids love and makes them more healthy. And I agree about not being so "sneaky!"

KRistin
theharmons02 [at] hotmail.com

would love to win this. i have a 1 year old and a 3 year old and am stuggling to have them eat more healthy and not snack. i may just have ot buy this book if i dont win.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:32 AM , Blogger Ginny said...

I've been wanting to try this. My oldest daughter does not like vegetables, but she used to. I think it is more the idea of veggies.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:53 AM , Blogger Alyce said...

I like that you are not sneaky about it. We've tried to present food in a positive manner no matter what we're eating, and our kids love salads and broccoli. They just think everyone likes it. Sometimes I don't tell them about new things unless they ask though. (So somtimes I do try to be sneaky.) Today we had fruit smoothies with pistacchios and they had never had them before. They took a few drinks, asked what the "yellow things" were and I told them and they thought it was great.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 1:09 AM , Blogger Kimberly said...

I'm grateful that my kids eat veggies including broccoli and spinach, but I think finding creative ways to get more veggies into them is great too. I don't think I'd need to be sneaky per say but I also don't have to come right out and tell them what is inside either. LOL!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 2:04 AM , Blogger Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

This sounds fantastic. My daughter does pretty good with her veggies, but I could use some fresh ideas. Thank you so much!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 3:08 AM , Blogger laura said...

I love both this book and the other, deceptively delicious. I think the idea is genius! Although, I also think kids should learn to eat their veggies and understand their nutrition (easier said than done). But why not approach food with both angles?! You can sneak in some veggies, and also offer some normally. Thanks for a great giveaway!! laurachilton {at} hotmail {dot} com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 9:39 AM , Blogger CanCan said...

I guess I always healthify recipies on my own. I'm not trying to be sneaky, but if I can replace oil with applesauce, I'm totally going to!

onlycancan at hotmail dot com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 10:23 AM , Blogger our2angels said...

sounds like a great book and what kids can't use more fruits and veggies. Thanks for the chance to win!
Blessings
Sue
marklovessue@numail.org

 
At July 31, 2008 at 10:27 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm always trying to think of new ways to get my 2 year old interested in veggies. If I ever "sneak" any into her foods, I still always make sure to serve veggies as a side so she understands that they are an important part of her meal.

torisellars at hotmail dot com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 11:51 AM , Blogger Natalie said...

I have a toddler who has suddenly decided she hates all the vegetables she used to love. Needless to say, I've been going the sneaky route and would love more ideas :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:42 PM , Anonymous Tisha said...

I would love to try this book since my family doesn't really get enough nutrients! Thanks for the giveaway!

ticole96(at)msn(dot)com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 12:47 PM , Blogger Cherie J said...

I agree with you about being honest about the ingredients. I try to add what I cn where I can but if they ask what is in a dish I am honest and it usually is not a problem. Thanks for the contest!

cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 1:14 PM , Blogger Kim said...

I've heard of this cookbook and have read many review on it. All of them have been pretty positive. I think I would really like to try these recipes. My son does eat his veggies but it would be nice to get just a bit more in him.

I've subscribed to your feed so that I can keep up with your blog.

Thank you for this wonderful giveaway that you are participating in!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 1:20 PM , Blogger Sweetpeas said...

I don't like the dishonest aspect either, but hey, if I can find a way to add more vegetables to our diets & have us enjoy the food, that's an awesome thing! I don't care if there are extra veggies in my food, as long as it still tastes good :)

 
At July 31, 2008 at 2:13 PM , Blogger EG said...

I've heard about this book, great to read a review of it!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 3:33 PM , Blogger Audrey said...

I had one daughter who was a picky eater and one daughter who ate everything. The picky daughter is sensitive to tastes and textures so she this may benefit her as an adult if it changes tastes and textures. Thanks!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 3:34 PM , Blogger Sarah Berry said...

I have this book on my PBS wishlist. It seems like it would be a great book and hopefully I will be able to put it to good use.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 5:13 PM , Blogger Kathleen said...

I think this would be a wonderful book... not just to help feed my daughter, but also to help feed me. *shame* I don't have the best nutritional habits in the world--in fact my daughter may be more open-minded about food than I am--and as the days wear on I see that I can't quite get away with eating whatever anymore.

A little more difficult for me to say... but I think you may be taking the title a little too seriously. I am glad to read it didn't turn you off from the cookbook entirely because that seems like it would be a shame. To me it comes across pretty tongue in cheek, something a little funny to grab attention.

Thank you for the cool giveaway!

 
At July 31, 2008 at 5:22 PM , Blogger ~Babychaser~ said...

I so appreciate all your comments.

I agree with all of you who have mentioned that veggies should still be served with the meal. I should have said that originally. It is important to My Beloved and I that our children learn to eat healthy. Problem is that I'm not always great at having things pulled together.

I appreciate your comment too Kathleen about taking the title too seriously. My review and input came from reading the body of the book, not the title only. Though I don't think the author's techniques are all wrong, I do like to stay above reproach and teach my children honesty and God honoring ways. As far as appreciating a catchy title... I'm somewhat ashamed to say that I LOVE the title to her second book... The Sneaky Chef: How to Cheat on your Man in the Kitchen. :) If I were sensitive to things like that, I wouldn't approve of this title either. :)

 
At July 31, 2008 at 5:28 PM , Blogger frugallm said...

I would love a copy of this! My three year old is so picky she hardly eats at all. If I have to stoop to being sneaky to get her to eat anything remotely healthy so be it!

elkmeese at yahoo dot com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 6:38 PM , Blogger Kristan said...

I'm interested in seeing some of the recipes. As a dietitian I'm a little skeptical of the nutritional benefits as well as the "sneaky" part you mentioned. Eating a whole pan of brownies for 1/2 c of broccoli, for instance?

 
At July 31, 2008 at 9:35 PM , Blogger cmartin0055 said...

I don't really see whats so sneaky about aabout this book, sure your hiding the veggies in with other things but most food we eat today we have no clue what is in it.

 
At July 31, 2008 at 10:05 PM , Blogger Audra's Little Scraps said...

I really liked your comment about looking at it through the lens of the scriptures- I think that is true with not only this book but so many things in life! Thanks so much for the great giveaway!
audrajjensen(at)msn(dot)com

 
At July 31, 2008 at 11:23 PM , Blogger Dee said...

I REALLY enjoyed reading your review. I've also read through some other things on your blog! I love your insight to things!

I would LOVE this book. I have a one year old little boy too..and he will know what is in what i make..but making things with more nutrients would be WONDERFUL. I want him to know about these great things for him and i wont hide it from him either!

tweety0166 (at) aol (dot) com

 
At August 1, 2008 at 1:23 AM , Blogger Liz said...

I would love to win this cookbook!

 
At August 1, 2008 at 4:37 AM , Blogger jnmacdonald said...

I like that you say this is easy. It'd be good to sneak in on my husband too.

 
At August 1, 2008 at 10:10 AM , Blogger Jenn said...

I have had this book on my wish list for a while now. I agree with you about being honest about the ingredients. That doesn't mean I have to announce them to whoever eats it, but if it's brought up or they help cook, why lie?

 
At August 1, 2008 at 11:46 AM , Blogger Danielle said...

good insights. i wouldn't lie to my son or my husband about what's in it either. i would hope that this will be a way to get them both to eat more healthier foods. not fighting to eat would be a battle i'd love to win!

 
At August 1, 2008 at 12:01 PM , Blogger chad and chrissy said...

I could really use this book since my husband is the picky eater. I wouldn't lie to him either I would just let him try it and then tell him about it.

 
At August 1, 2008 at 2:50 PM , Blogger ihchicky said...

This sounds great. I don't have kids of my own yet but I am a childcare provider and this book would really come in handy.

 
At August 1, 2008 at 3:24 PM , Anonymous Wendy said...

I love hiding veggies in some things, but I'm sure this book will tell me more! Please add me@

 
At August 1, 2008 at 4:54 PM , Anonymous Kellee said...

I love the idea of making my meals more nutritional and I appreciate your spin and "looking through the lens of scripture" by being honest with youf family about what they are eating. I recently started making more balanced meals, and am especially interested in adding purees to meals. I would love to win this cookbook, thanks for the opportunity!

 
At August 1, 2008 at 6:53 PM , Blogger Crayl said...

I agree that I don't like the sneaky part, however, I love the idea of boosting the nutrition. Sounds like a good way to introduce foods.Thanks for a chance.

 
At August 2, 2008 at 12:02 AM , Anonymous Briana said...

I would love to try out this cookbook!!!

 
At August 2, 2008 at 5:54 PM , Anonymous Audra Marie said...

I have some very picky eaters (including my hubby) - this book would be wonderful! :)

Thanks for the chance to win! :)

adashofsassitude(at)gmail.com

 
At August 2, 2008 at 7:19 PM , Blogger Kristi said...

Wow! 80 comments! everyone wants to win a copy. I m right there with everyone. We could all use some help in different ways to feed our toddlers. My guy is 13 months, and he is SO picky. I am bogged down by thinking of ways to get nutritional things into his body. Thanks for the menus you emailed me. Good review!

 
At August 2, 2008 at 11:52 PM , Blogger Dana said...

I have the "other" sneaky cookbook by seinfeld and it has a few good one - But i'm really interested in this one...it seems to be more on my speed.

 
At August 3, 2008 at 2:44 AM , Blogger donna444444 said...

It sounds good. My kids have their favorites, and it is hard to get them to try new things.

 
At August 3, 2008 at 2:34 PM , Blogger Janice said...

This sounds like a great book. I would love to try some of the recipes with nt grandchildren.

 

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