CLEAN PLATES: Cooking for the Pre-School Child by

CLEAN PLATES: Cooking for the Pre-School Child

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Instead of crooning-spooning ""One for Mommy,"" etc., a little time spent with this admittedly brief book of suggestions and recipes will enable the young mother to prepare a meal also synchronized (time and taste) with what is to be served to other members of the family. After baby food what? Well, predominantly chicken, hamburgers and spaghetti, and as for fish--sole and swordfish, with lots of desserts, candies, beverages. Kidney stew is the only unsure entree in the lot. Some special suggestions on the naturally fussy, or recuperating, child, and for party entertainment... Not much more than snack-sized in length, but there are new ways to make standard American more And it won't spoil him or her for anything except the TV dinner.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1964
Publisher: Scribners