Change The Way Your Children Eat Forever
A unique family cookbook full of simple, delicious and healthy recipes by the school dinner lady who is spearheading a revolution to change the way our children eat
As a highly experienced dinner lady, Jeanette has long been at the heart of Jamie Oliver's revolution to change the bad eating habits of our children both in and outside school. As part of her campaign to improve children's diets, she has written a unique family cookbook full of tasty, healthy, inexpensive and appealing recipes that are easy to make and can be enjoyed whatever age you are! She believes in simple, traditional dishes with a modern twist, made with the freshest local and - where possible - organic ingredients. All the recipes are big hits from Jeanette's kitchen and are accompanied by personal anecdotes and comments from the children at St Peter's, the school in which she worked for years as a dinner lady. They include Pasta with Peas and Bacon, Meatballs in Tomato Sauce, Real Chicken Nuggets, Cowboy Stew, Toffee Cream Tart, Apple Cobbler and Muffins.
This beautifully illustrated book also tells the inspirational story of how Jeanette became Britain's most vocal campaigner for good food for our kids. It includes her advice (after years of experience)on cooking for children at home, ideas for getting (even the fussiest!) children interested in and excited by food. Also practical tips for busy parents to make life in the kitchen easier with notes on nutrition and advice for making meal times an enjoyable occasion. Plus a list of resources and suppliers.
“Packed full of tasty, healthy and simple recipes using the best possible ingredients. Your children will thank you for buying it”
Antony Worrall Thompson
“Jeanette Orrey is a dynamo, a true pioneer... Every school cook and parent interested in food needs this book”
Felicity Lawrence, author of Not On The Label
“Jeanette Orrey is an inspiration”
Patrick Holden, Director of the Soil Association
“Jeanette Orrey - about to become a legend in your children's lunchtime”
Fat Nation, BBC One