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Ready, Steady, Spaghetti & Bean Appetit Giveaway Reminder!

Ready Steady SpaghettiJust a reminder that this giveaway is still in progress. Please leave a comment below to enter your chance to win! See entry rules below!

There are cookbooks for kids, and then there are cookbooks for kids. I’ve flipped through my fair share, to say the least, and most of them have gone by the wayside. There are two, however, that I reference quite frequently and have come to love. The first is Ready, Steady, Spaghetti: Cooking For Kids And With Kids by Lucy Broadhurst. A beautifully photographed book, the recipes are accessible and family-friendly. Every home cook will  find the step-by-step photos very helpful along with the tips on working with children in the kitchen. The second is Bean Appetit: Hip And Healthy Ways To Have Fun With Food by Shannon Seip and Kelly Parthen. Based on the recipes they teach at their Bean Sprouts Cafe and Cooking School, this book combines healthy food with recipes, games, songs and activities. The ideas for presenting vegetables to your child is endless, it is bound to become a go-to resource. The best news about these two books is that Andrews McMeel has generously agreed to give away a set to one lucky Family Kitchen reader! If you are interested in winning these books here are the rules:


1.To Enter, leave a comment describing your favorite vegetable dish to cook and/or eat with your entire family.

2. Contest runs from Monday August 3rd at 12:00pmET through Monday August 10th at 12:00pm ET.

3. Winner will be selected by a team of Babble Editors.

4. Winner will be announced on Tuesday August 11th on The Family Kitchen and the winner will be notified at this time. If the winner fails to claim his/her prize within 48 hours it will be reissued to another entrant.

Bean Appetit

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