The Cleaner Plate Club

If your offspring don’t devour the zucchini-bacon fritters and pumpkin white-cheddar soup, you most certainly will.  

“Consider this book the directions that don’t come with real food,” write working moms Beth Bader and Ali Benjamin in their blog-inspired book, The Cleaner Plate Club (Storey Publishing, 2011). Ditching food-from-a-box shortcuts, Bader and Benjamin promise that kids will eat real food and that it really can be made on the fly — they have the kid-tested recipes to prove it. 

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