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Second Helpings: Fresh Ways To Feed Your Family

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A wonderful family cookbook with over 120 tasty, easy and practical recipes from the bestselling author of THE DINNER LADY for all those kids who are hungry for more!

Jeanette provides quick solutions for busy parents who want to feed their children well. She knows what children really like.There is an update on Jeanette's latest travels and achievements, plus handy tips an
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Hardcover, 288 pages
Published March 2nd 2006 by Bantam Press (first published March 1st 2006)
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Emma
Jun 07, 2010 Emma rated it did not like it
I know the recipes are meant for kids, but surely even they need a bit of flavour in their food! Horrible bland recipes.
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