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Natasha's Dance Penguin
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Alain Ducasse Cooking for Kids RIZZOLI PUBLICATIONS
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Awakening their taste buds while taking care of their health: that's what we all want to do for our babies. They start to learn about flavour at the age of 6 months when they are introduced to a variety of new food; they have a surprising ability to accept new tastes and this is the time when they will learn good habits that will serve them well in the future. The recipes I present here are adapted to different ages, between 6 months and 3 years, and combine flavours and nutrition - the two essential elements in my opinion. Eating well starts in childhood! -- Alain Ducasse. Alain Ducasse is one of France's best known chefs - well known for his devotion to healthful eating as demonstrated in his critically acclaimed and bestselling spring 2012 book Alain Ducasse Nature. Now, the multi Michelin-starred chef goes back to basics and rediscovers the pleasures of preparing simple, locally sourced, natural food for your baby from 2 months and up. Ducasse presents young parents with the key to introducing children to enjoying healthy food and developing their palates at the same time. He casts aside preconceived notions of baby food to reveal that its essence should be composed of the same essential ingredients used in food for adults - locally sourced, seasonal produce and fresh flavours based on a simplified repertoire of French and Mediterranean recipes without the additives and preservatives found in commercial baby food. Charts, sidebars and asides containing useful snippets of Ducasse's experience and nutritionist Paule Neyrat's advice are peppered throughout the charmingly illustrated recipes making for a book that is both useful and beautiful.
The Spice Box Letters Sandstone Press
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Journalist Melina Knight longs to know why her grandmother, Mariam, so rarely speaks about her family and childhood. When Mariam dies suddenly, she inherits her grandmother's journal and handwritten letters stashed in a wooden spice box, cryptic treasures written in Armenian, Mariam's mother tongue. On a spring break in Cyprus, Melina meets Ara, a young Armenian man, who agrees to act as translator. In 1915, aged seven, Mariam was expelled from her home in Eastern Turkey and separated from her family, her life scarred by tragedy, exile and the loss of her first love. As a child, she witnessed the murder of her beloved brother, Gabriel, or so she believed. In fact, Gabriel is alive and living in the heart of a bustling Armenian community not far away. An uncompromising character, he is a stickler for tradition determined to stop his granddaughter from marrying outside the culture. A fact-finding trip across the island brings Melina face to face with the great uncle she thought was dead, but another miracle is on the horizon. Melina unearths a family secret that changes her life and lays the ghosts of her grandmother's turbulent past to rest.
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