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Paperback Book Details
  • 12/2014
  • 9780986258404 0986258407
  • 56 pages
  • $$19.95
BookLogix Publishing
Illustrator, Editor (anthology), Service Provider
Fun Foodie Friends: A Cookbook Where Fun Is the First Ingredient
Kid Chefs will have fun creating delicious recipes and using their imaginations to make new friends with fruits and vegetables. The Fun Foodie Friends cookbook includes: 21 easy-to-make recipes and fun food facts presented by your food guides, Food Head Fred and Food Head Fruita; whimsical, food-based characters and art that showcase the fruits and vegetables in each ingredient list; Party Pics that Kid Chefs can cut out to show everyone they helped prepare each yummy creation; a fun activity section where Kid Chefs can learn as they play; an easy-to-read visual guide as to how much adult help Kid Chefs may need for each recipe; lists of cooking tips and cooking terms to help Kid Chefs in the kitchen and allergy-friendly substitutions for Kid Chefs and loved ones with common food allergies. Elaine Callahan is a graphic designer and an artist with a passion for painting food and a quirky sense of humor. Joyce Kesler loves food and food loves her, which is why she has learned to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into her cooking.
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12/12/2014
New Children’s Cookbook Filled With Healthy Recipes & Family Fun

An exciting guide to creating fun, healthy recipes that kids can make on their own

Atlanta, GA – BookLogix is pleased to announce the release of Fun Foodie Friends, the first book from local authors Elaine Callahan and Joyce Kesler. Parents and children alike are sure to be entertained by the exciting illustrations and simple instructions for each fun and healthy recipe.

Fun Foodie Friends is a cookbook where fun is the first ingredient in helping Kid Chefs make friends with their fruits and vegetables. Each recipe includes three key ingredients: creativity, fun, and, most importantly, fresh fruits and vegetables, which make up the foundation for healthy eating.

 

Each recipe in the book is accompanied by food-based works of art, designed by Elaine Callahan. “Kids can easily relate to the realistic but whimsical paintings, helping to make fruits and vegetables fun and friendly,” said Callahan. With a background in graphic design, she wanted to create a fun way to incorporate the fruits and vegetables in the ingredient list—a departure from stylized photos of prepared foods found in other cookbooks.

“When fun is incorporated into cooking, kids feel more connected to the foods they help prepare,” said Kesler. In this cookbook, budding Kid Chefs are not only treated to recipes that feature fruits and vegetables as their core ingredients, they can also enjoy the inspiring artwork that lets them know playing with their food is acceptable. Kids who are engaged with creative play and healthy food preparation tend to eat healthier, and then want to stay healthier. 

Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 12/2014
  • 9780986258404 0986258407
  • 56 pages
  • $$19.95

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