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by Jennifer Evans Gardner

Barefoot in the Kitchen: A Pregnancy Survival Cookbook download ebook
ISBN:
1592280390
ISBN13:
978-1592280391
Author:
Jennifer Evans Gardner
Publisher:
The Lyons Press; 1st edition (November 1, 2003)
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Pages:
224 pages
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1344 kb
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1358 kb
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Category:
Women's Health
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Rating:
4.7

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by Jennifer Evans Gardner. For every woman who loves her "Girlfriends Guide to Pregnancy," but hates "What to Expect'"s "Best-Odds" diet ("ice cream is just for special occasions?!"), BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN is here. Finally, a cookbook with simple, delicious recipes, inspiration, and humorous advice on surviving pregnancy - from a mom who's been there. The first trimester is easy: the Saltine cracker, the indispensable tool for combating nausea. One of the foods that Vermont is known for is scotcheroos

Many of the responses were scotcheroos so she published a healthier version in the book. One of the foods that Vermont is known for is scotcheroos. A section of the book Family Scrapbooks.

Jennifer Evans Gardner is a food and travel writer, cookbook author, and the owner of Little Feet In. .

Jennifer Evans Gardner is a food and travel writer, cookbook author, and the owner of Little Feet In The Kitchen, a Los Angeles based children’s cooking school. She is the author of Barefoot in the Kitchen – The Pregnancy Survival Cookbook (Lyons Press), co-author of Bitchin’ in the Kitchen – The PMS Survival Cookbook (Kensington Press), and A Cookbook For Adventurous Young Chefs.

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This book is full of delicious recipes for your tummy (in its ever expanding . It's nice to find a cookbook which celebrates the joy in eating good food while having fun. The hints for hubby and pregancy stories are hilarious.

This book is full of delicious recipes for your tummy (in its ever expanding pregnant mode) and tidbits for your funny bone.

Jennifer Evans-Gardner. Look what my 6-11 year old cooking students made today Little Feet In The Kitchen Cooking School. 24 August 2012 at 22:48. Save the date: September 30, 5 . If they can do it, so can you! PagesMediaBooks and e CookbookPosts. My friend Jen Gardner has co-written a gorgeous recipe book called Meringue, which is all about the featherweight delicacy that turns desserts into works of art. I asked Jen if I could include an excerpt that discusses the history and science of meringue, and she kindly gave me permission. is all about scotcheroos. The Biggest Loser Dessert Cookbook.

For every woman who loves her Girlfriends Guide to Pregnancy, but hates What to Expect's "Best-Odds" diet ("ice cream is just for special occasions?!"), BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN is here. Finally, a cookbook with simple, delicious recipes, inspiration, and humorous advice on surviving pregnancy -- from a mom who's been there. The first trimester is easy: the Saltine cracker, the indispensable tool for combating nausea. As morning sickness passes and appetites return (and increase¿), recipes reflect cravings for tummy-soothing energy, and include banana-vanilla bean smoothies, blueberry yogurt crunches, and arugula sandwiches. One has to balance health with flavor (aka comfort food), of course, so also included are recipes for Haagen-Daz vanilla swiss almond shakes, steak au poivre, super chili dogs, and melted chocolate-butter toast. In the third trimester, high-protein feasts like seared ahi tuna, garlic-mustard grilled salmon, and a spinach salad with warm mushrooms help prepare the mom-to-be. As the day of labor approaches, lighter fare (who can fit food in there at this point?) such as butternut squash & pear soup, or cool cucumber & honeydew melon puree help soothe that larger-than-life tummy. Each recipe has an ALT (alternative for the incapacitated), especially crucial for midnight cravings when time is of the essence.With tips on handling strangers with too many opinions and well-meaning husbands without a clue, BAREFOOT IN THE KITCHEN is a must-have for the expecting mother.
Reviews:
  • Phobism
Small book with very little appealing recipes. The ingredients is as if I am getting any nutrients I needed at all for myself and the baby.
  • Vudomuro
Here is a sample recipe from the book: put toast in toaster, wait until it pops up, add butter. I wanted real, healthy, hearty, easy recipes and found this book to be a waste of money.
  • Otrytrerl
This book is full of delicious recipes for your tummy (in its ever expanding pregnant mode) and tidbits for your funny bone. If you're like most gals, you probably are used to being weight conscious and watching what you eat. We can't function in this society without hearing about the latest diet or food fad. But if you're pregnant, you can relax! Sit down and enjoy FOOD! With fun and zest for life, Ms. Gardner passes on, like secrets from her circle of friends, recipes and stories that you can ENJOY and giggle at while you sit back with your feet up, trying to decide what will satisfy both you and baby. I bought this book for a friend and ended up buying another for myself. It's nice to find a cookbook which celebrates the joy in eating good food while having fun. The hints for hubby and pregancy stories are hilarious. They will make you feel like you are in the company of terrific women, and your hubby will feel like he's not marooned on the strange island of pregnancy. Many of the recipes sound like they'll work great for kids, too. The ones that I've tried are easy and yummy. I especially like the Chocolate Sandwich and the Warm Lentil Salad with Feta Cheese.