Yum-o! The Family Cookbook
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
No one has helped more families find time to fit home-cooked meals into their daily routines than Rachael Ray. Now with the help of Yum-o!, the organization she founded to help kids and adults develop a healthier relationship to food and cooking, she has put together the ultimate family cookbook, which includes recipes that both kids and their parents will love cooking–and eating–together!
Rachael knows that every family wants to make the best possible food choices–and get the very most out of their food-budget dollars. The recipes here feature more whole grains, use less fat, and make the most of fresh fruits and vegetables so they are as good for you as they are delish, and they’re all quintessential Rachael–fun and creative.
You’ll also find notes on how to get even very young kids involved in the cooking process; great ideas for everything from breakfast to the lunchbox to dinner; wholesome snacks; and loads of new double-duty dinners that let you cook once, then eat twice or more.
With lots of full-color photos and tons of helpful tips for making mealtime the very best part of the day, Yum-o! is a must-have for every busy family.
tablespoon vegetable oil or EVOO (extra-virgin olive oil) � pound ground beef, ground turkey, or tempeh chopped into fine crumbles 1 tablespoon chili powder, a palmful 1 teaspoon granulated garlic 2 teaspoons dehydrated onion Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons tomato paste 1 (13.8-ounce) tube refrigerator pizza dough 1½ cups shredded Cheddar cheese 8 turkey or tofu dogs THE ITTY BITTIES CAN: • measure ingredients • shred cheese • roll dogs in blankets INSTRUCTIONS
check-out lines can be scary these days. Lean meats and fresh produce are just too expensive to be included in many family food budgets. I think it’s the foods that are processed, dyed with colors, and mixed up with chemicals that should cost more: look at all the work that goes into them! The stuff that just grows should be cheap, right? Wrong. Still, be prepared to buy better food when it goes on sale by starting up a Family Good Food Fund. Keep a jar by the front door and every night when you
minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through. Stir in the dill and turn off the heat. Discard the bay leaf. Ladle the soup into bowls. Garnish with some popcorn or oyster crackers, if you like. SERVES 6 VARIATION: Chicken Noodle Soup Latin Style OMIT FROM THE ORIGINAL RECIPE 2 cups of the chicken stock (use 6 cups total) Egg noodles Dill Garnishes ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS 1 (28-ounce) can stewed tomatoes 1 cup corn kernels, frozen or freshly cut from the cob 1 (15-ounce) can black
take a backseat to the super-size, super-healthy breakfast sammies you can make at home. Even favorites like flapjacks and bagel-with-a-schmear become guiltless pleasures when they come topped with fruit or veggie spreads. And don’t forget that breakfast is a prime time for getting more whole grains onto the menu—in your pancakes, waffles, even English muffins. It’s never too early to start eating right! MENU Apple Flapjacks Better Pancakes Eggs Florentine Get Wacky with Waffles Peanut
the pot, bring to a boil, season with salt, and cook for 15 minutes, or until the potatoes are tender. Add the onions, carrots, and celery to the turkey. Stir and cook for 5 minutes. While the vegetables are cooking, heat 2 tablespoons of the butter in a small pot over medium heat. Add the flour to the melted butter and whisk for 1 minute, then whisk in the stock and season with salt, pepper, and the Worcestershire. Cook for a few minutes to thicken. Stir the peas into the meat mixture and turn