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Yum-o! The Family Cookbook by Rachael Ray
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Yum-o! The Family Cookbook (2008)

by Rachael Ray

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Ray, Rachel. (2008). Yum-o The Family Cookbook. New York: Clarkson Potter.

This cookbook is designed to help families cook food that is fun and full of healthy ingredients. The book seemed to be broken down into the following categories: breakfasts, lunch box & snack ideas, quick meals, and dinner time. Although I have not made any of the food from the cookbook yet, most of the recipes seem fairly simple, with few ingredients. Each recipe also explains what exactly the "itty bitties" can do since this is a cookbook that encourages parents to cook with their children. The book includes large, color photographs of the food and a large index at the back. Overall, it appears to be a good cookbook, and the idea of cooking with family is nice, I'm just not sure if all of the recipes will really appeal to the younger crowd. ( )
  cnolasco | Aug 11, 2010 |
Very much enjoyed this one! I found the overall graphics of this book's design to be a lot easier to read, and having the recipes be a bit more exacting than they normally are. Already tried one of the recipes in it, toned down or eliminated the hot stuff, and it was delish! ( )
  NemesisClaws | May 27, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307407268, Hardcover)

No one has helped more families find time to fit home-cooked meals into their daily routines than Rachael Ray. Now with the help of Yum-o!, the organization she founded to help kids and adults develop a healthier relationship to food and cooking, she has put together the ultimate family cookbook, which includes recipes that both kids and their parents will love cooking–and eating–together!

Rachael knows that every family wants to make the best possible food choices–and get the very most out of their food-budget dollars. The recipes here feature more whole grains, use less fat, and make the most of fresh fruits and vegetables so they are as good for you as they are delish, and they’re all quintessential Rachael–fun and creative.

You’ll also find notes on how to get even very young kids involved in the cooking process; great ideas for everything from breakfast to the lunchbox to dinner; wholesome snacks; and loads of new double-duty dinners that let you cook once, then eat twice or more.

With lots of full-color photos and tons of helpful tips for making mealtime the very best part of the day, Yum-o! is a must-have for every busy family.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:05:58 -0400)

With tips and recipes Rachel Ray and her nonprofit organization, Yum-O!, empower kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.

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