Deciding what to make is always the most wearisome part of preparing a meal. But unlike other books that offer only good-looking recipes, this cookbook offers a revolutionary template for scheduling fun food themes for each night of the week — Monday is comfort food night, Tuesday is Italian night, Wednesday is fish night, and so on. With readily available ingredients in mind, this handy collection also provides fun and delicious recipes appropriate for every theme — hungry kids will look forward to a family dinner at home, especially when they know what to expect! Complete with tips to help every parent get organized, equip the kitchen, supply the pantry, involve other family members in the preparations, and forge family bonds around the dinner table — this book arrives family-tested and kid-approved.
- Published: September 2008
- Pages: 288
- Size: 8" x 9¼"
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by Laurel - reviewed on March 06, 2010
I have already made 5 meals from this cookbook and every single one had rave reviews from my family. With 1 yr. old twins and a 4 week old baby- if I'M cooking meals with Food Nanny, ANYONE can!! Love her spunk and inspiring attitude toward the importance of family dinners. This is a must-have for any kitchen. Recipes are simple....and simply delicious.
Still Using 2 years later!
by Nikki - reviewed on December 11, 2012
Several of Liz's fantastic recipes are family favorites, and I'm always asked for the recipe when I share these dishes with friends. I used this book until it literally fell apart and I a had to transfer it to a binder with sheet protectors!
Take Out was so Yesterday,
by B - reviewed on March 17, 2010
As a 25 year old guy, I love this cookbook! A lot of simple recipes that taste really good, but require little time to put together. I have noticed that my eating habits have drastically changed from paying for takeout to cooking for friends and family.