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The 52 New Foods Challenge: A Family Cooking Adventure for Each Week of the Year, with 150 Recipes Kindle Edition
Like many parents, Jennifer Tyler Lee struggled to get her kids to eat healthy, balanced meals. The answer, she discovered, was making it a game. "We’ll try one new food each week," she told her kids. "You pick!" She called it the 52 New Foods Challenge.
In this week-by-week guide, Lee gives parents practical tips to dramatically change the way their families eat. Her helpful advice and the simple rules that her family followed will show parents how to start eating healthy every week of the year. Each week offers a healthy new food to try, from artichokes to zucchini, and includes easy recipes and fun activities to work on as a family—from learning to cook together to enjoying the farmers’ market to even experimenting with growing your own food.
With more than 150 simple, healthy recipes and advice from nationally acclaimed nutrition experts, The 52 New Foods Challenge shows parents how to enjoy mealtimes, plant the seeds of change at their family table, and easily incorporate healthy habits every day of the year. Guaranteed to inspire a child’s creativity and confidence in the kitchen and beyond, The 52 New Foods Challenge is the perfect companion for any busy parent who wants to stop stressing over mealtime and find a creative, playful solution to make this family ritual relaxing and fun.
--Barbara -Kundanis, Library Journal "Most everyone could benefit in some way from adopting the 52 New Foods challenge - whether you're starting from a place of relatively healthy eating or not; whether you're an avid home cook or a take-out queen; whether you have children or not. Part plan-of-action and part game, 52 New Foods gives helpful structure to more amorphous goals such as wanting to 'eat healthier, ' 'cook more, ' 'lose weight' or 'increase variety in my family's diet.'...By taking on this fun, yearlong challenge, one should likely accidentally achieve all of the above in the process."
--US News and World Report: Health Advance Praise for The 52 New Foods Challenge In these days of hand-wringing about how our kids' eating habits have gone down the tubes, Jennifer Tyler Lee is stepping up and giving us parents something positive to do to. Her solution-based book is filled with thoughtful advice, surprising nuggets of information, and most of all a welcome dose of proactive optimism.
--Katie Workman, author of The Mom 100 Cookbook and creator of themom100.com The 52 New Foods Challenge is quickly becoming THE resource guide for inspiring my kids to eat the full spectrum of foods.
--Melissa Lanz, author of The Fresh 20 Cookbook and CEO of The Fresh 20 Invites kids of all ages into the kitchen to cook, and gives them exactly what they need to get excited about kale, salmon, and quinoa instead of pasta, pizza and other "kid food." Jennifer Tyler Lee has planted the seeds of comfort and confidence in the child's kitchen.
--Jesse Cool, author of Simply Organic A year from reading this book, the fact that your family is eating healthier will be a symptom of something far deeper. The food will have been a delicious prop, an opportunity to think and communicate differently. That's what makes Jennifer Tyler Lee's book so valuable. If it helps, think of The 52 New Foods Challenge is a delicious blend of Dr Spock and The Joy of Cooking for 21st century foodie parents. But it's much more than that
--Raj Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved Praise for Jennifer Tyler Lee Fun? Simple? Rewards dinner conversation, good manners and setting the table? Encourages even the most reticent child--or adult!--to eat their veggies? Supports non-profits dedicated to combating the childhood obesity epidemic? You can see why we love this.
--Laurie David's The Family Dinner A simple, fun and playful way to get kids to eat healthy and try new foods.
--Rachael Ray's Yum-O! A mom and genius game creator helping kids eat fresh food!
--Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B00JPQX1WE
- Publisher : Avery; 1st edition (4 November 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 12154 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 325 pages
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