Best cookbooks for families according to Babble.com

I love browsing the cookbook section at bookstores. Certain things catch my attention and great food photos are a must. And I recently decided that a cookbook with a carrot cake sandwich recipe must be very good. (See below.)

Here are a few cookbook suggestions from the clever editors at Babble.com:

 

Best cookbooks--babble 

 

 

 

"When it comes to pleasing everyone at the table, many cookbooks miss the mark — either aiming too squarely for the more sophisticated palates of mom and dad or resorting to nursery food and babytalk. During the holidays, especially, when dozens of glossy new titles beckon from bookstore shelves, it can be hard for a practical cook to know where to look. Well, search no further. We've combed the shops for the latest crop of cookbooks and selected a handful that promise to entice readers — and eaters — of all ages." — Sarah Karnasiewicz at Babble.com

(Quoted text via www.babble.com)

My thoughts on the best cookbooks:

 

 

Chris Olson is a freelance writer and illustrator. She also answers to the names of chief dog walker, grocery hauler, and "the one with the keys to the car."

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