From making their own babies' food, the Kimmels have progressed to teaching other parents and then to supplying fresh baby food through their Manhattan business, also named Mommy Made and Daddy Too! This how-to comes in two parts: The first offers basic and pretty standard advice (with a few small and harmless misstatements--for example, that too many carrots can give dangerous amounts of vitamin A) on a range of items from watching for food allergies to choosing a highchair. The second, with suggestions for when to introduce each food, contains the recipes, all labeled either ""primary purÃ‰es"" for the youngest, ""spoon and finger food for bigger babies,"" and ""table food for toddlers and grownups too."" These last, with homemade pizza, stir-fries, and grilled lamb chops, could be in any family cookbook. In all, it's taste-conscious, time-conscious, and well positioned.