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  • By michelle
    Sep 30, 2009
    "Great Cookbook For The Family" Just made my kids Tamra's patties & cheese with last nights spelt risotto, black beans and sweet potato. Yummy! The cheese shape made it fun for my kids. So clever. The book is great and I'm loving the combo meals.
  • By Diane Roe
    Aug 9, 2009
    "You got me cooking" This book and the website have turned me into a cook! Not a good one yet, but practicing with her book makes it all so fun and doable. One question, I'm systematically trying everything in the book, "Risotto with Mushrooms and Asparagus" is listed in the "Main Dishes", but no recipe in the book? Can anyone share? Thanks for a fantastic cookbook!
  • By tamra davis
    Apr 19, 2009
    "make me something good to eat by tamra davis" Most parents would agree that the creativity and craftiness required to cook for kids is a real art form. Gone are the old school days of, "you'll eat it, and you'll like it!" Or, "fine, then you'll go to bed hungry!" Today's parents are all about pleasing their kids palates with delectable dishes... even if it means going the extra mile to make healthy food into appealing fare. Cooking with local and organic ingredients, and highlighting her penchant for vegetarian dishes, Tamra Davis' cookbook, Make Me Something Good to Eat, and her documentary style cooking show, Tamra Davis Cooking Show, are right up my alley. Instead of tuning in to watch a professional cook walk you through an "easy" recipe in a controlled atmosphere in which everything is pre-measured and the lighting, hair and make-up are all spot on, Tamra invites you into her home and on her family's travels, and shows you how to cook... More > kid-friendly dishes with her kids underfoot. She even involves them in counting the required ingredients, peeling, rolling and folding, all with a hip, laid back vibe. Watching Tamra in action makes you feel like you could actually relate to this supermom who travels the globe with her rock star husband, while keeping her children well-nourished and her main priority. I love that her cooking episodes are bite-sized and available on her website, via Youtube so you can log on and watch anytime to get tiny crowd pleasing food ideas. Her cookbook has standout recipes like "Shrek Pasta" in which the noodles turn green due to pesto sauce, a non-dairy Coconut Flan, sure to tickle a tot with lactose intolerance, and Vegan Red Velvet Cupcakes, (complete with beets and cream cheese frosting - YUM!) just in time for Valentine's Day. Petite Planet< Less
  • By Corine Sandifer
    Mar 30, 2009
    As a mom of two who loves to cook I have enjoyed watching Tamra cook with her two boys. She seems to insert love in each and every recipe. Inviting her children to participate in the cooking experience is precious and contagious. The recipes are so simple yet so unique. In every situation, location or occasion Tamra's recipes are sure to please. It will be great to have them in hand.
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Product Details

Second Edition
November 11, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.54 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
7.5 wide x 7.5 tall
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