Food Adventures by Frances Boswell
Introducing Your Child to Flavors from Around the World

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In 100 recipes from all over the world, this book takes us from first spoonfuls to first schooldays, exploring and adapting dishes that children are encouraged to try as soon as they're old enough to sit up and take notice. Elisabeth and Frances also come up with ideas to keep children interested, transforming mealtime from that old familiar battlefield into a playground where everyone can join the fun. Baby food is, after all, not just for the early years-it's the first step towards a lifetime of enjoyable food.

About Frances Boswell

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Elisabeth Luard is an award-winning food writer whose work includes"European Peasant Cookery" (published in the US as "The Old World Kitchen", a "New York Times" benchmark cookbook of the twentieth century), "The Food of Spain and Portugal", "European Festival Food", "Sacred Food" and "The Latin American Kitchen". She has also written a couple of doorstopper novels including "Emerald" (WH Smith Thumping Good Read Award), and a trio of memoirs-with-recipes including "Family" "Life" (Guild of Food Writers' Book of the Year 1997), and was awarded the Glenfiddich Trophy for Foodwriting in 2007.She contributes regularly to national newspapers and magazines including "The Telegraph", "Daily Mail, " "Country Living" and "The Oldie" and is currently Director of "The Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery". She lives in west Wales. Michel Nischan pioneered his full-flavored, healthy cuisine at Heartbeat in New York. He can be seen on David Rosengarten's In Food Today and Sara Moulton's Cooking Live.
Published September 7, 2006 by Kyle Books. 160 pages
Genres: Cooking, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction