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Top 100 Finger Foods: 100 Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Child


Top 100 Finger Foods: 100 Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Child



Following up on her hit bestseller Top 100 Baby Purees, British media star and Today show favorite Annabel Karmel presents Top 100 Finger Foods, a scrumptious guide to creating tasty tidbits that young children can really sink their teeth (or gums!) into.
By the age of nine months, many babies are ready and eager to start feeding themselves. Although they might not be able to handle a spoon, children of this age can master the art of eating on their own—as long as the food they’re served is right-sized! Finger foods are the perfect solution. Featuring quick and easy recipes that are just as nutritious as they are delicious, Top 100 Finger Foods gives busy parents the tools they need to create snacks and meals that will keep kids from going into hungry meltdown mode—and that even give their bossy toddlers an all-important sense of power and control. The recipes in this collection include sweet corn pancakes; sticky soy drumsticks; Teriyaki Salmon; muffins made of natural, healthy choices like pineapple, carrot, and coconut; fresh fruit ice pops; and much, much more.
Loaded with simple instructions and luscious four-color photography, Top 100 Finger Foods is the ideal source for making mealtime fun and productive, creating healthy, happy, and contented children.










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Sejak balik dari Malaysia ni, makin sakan pulak kami beronggeng. Tak kira weekdays ker weekends ker, main redah jer. Almost everyday ada jer plan, kalau weekdays tu biasanya tak kemana sangat pun, pusing2 tawaf supermarket, hehe... Dan bukannya shopping apa pun, just bawa Rafiqh jalan2, then makan2.

Tambahan pulak myLove baru settle big project dia, sekarang tengah free sangat, next project bulan 2 tahun depan, haa lambat lagi kan, so sekarang laa masanya nak spend quality time dengan Rafiqh and I, kan? kan? Setiap petang before pukul 6.30 dia dah sampai rumah, kadang2 tu pukul 5 lebih dah terpancul depan pintu...

Entry ni sepatutnya di-publish lastweek, tapi sebab malas menaip cerita, minggu ni baru laa terhegeh2 nak edit dll. Ahad 9hb yang lalu, kami ke LOC City, sebuah mall yang baru dibuka di Hofu, perjalanan dengan kereta lebih kurang sejam lebih dari sini. Tak ada apa nak beli pun sebenarnya, cuma nak tengok rupa mall tu, sambil window shopping dan jalan2. Ended up, shopping barang2 Rafiqh jer laa. Dah penat keluar masuk "beli tingkap" kedai, perut pun dah menggelegak kelaparan, so kami lunch kat situ. Both of us order tendon(nasi yang atasnya diletak tenpura sayur dan udang), then side menu ditambah sushi. Dah lama tak makan japan food(tak lama mana pun, baru 2minggu, hehe), so memang sedap laa kan. Rafiqh makan homemade bubur nasi+kentang+carrot+salmon+kismis jer, hihi.

Talking about Rafiqh's food, I think he really enjoy his meals nowadays. Apa tak nya, he has lots of choices, itu ini dah boleh makan, best laa kan. Lets see what are the menu:

Breakfast - cooks oat + raisin + water, then mash 1/2 banana and mix together @ bread and puree @ makaroni and mix with cheese @ farley baby biscuits

Lunch - rice porridge with veges, fish and raisin/dates/prune

Dinner - same with lunch

Junkfoods - dates, choc corns snack, baby finger foods, cookies, puree, yogurt, bread and etc.

Makan bukan main berselera, pantang suap jer mesti telan, tolak kayu dan batu jer(haha, yer kot, tak pernah test suap kayu dan batu lagi). Tapi nasib baik laa badan tak montel sangat, his current weight is 8.5 kg.

Enough about Rafiqh's food. I want to write about my own experient on japanese foods...

Kalau kita perhatikan betul2, makanan orang jepun ni sangat amat menitik beratkan soal "kecantikan" dan "seni". Diorang ada peribahasa khas untuk itu iaitu "makan dengan mata"(setelah ditranslate yer). Yang lebih kurang maksudnya, sedap atau tak suatu makanan tu akan dinilai oleh mata. So sangat laa penting buat hiasan cantik2 yer untuk orang jepun makan.

First time I "kenal" japanese foods ialah setelah sampai kat sini. Masa buat preparation course kat malaysia tu I masih blur and because I was not so fanatic with japan thingy, so I was not really care and interested with the foods yang ada dijual kat jusco and etc. But once dah datang sini, slowly I had fell in love with the foods. I took almost a year to really enjoy the taste. Quite a long time huh! But now, dah masuk kategori suka giler sampai ke tahap kalau lama tak makan boleh jadi mengidam! Especially the sushi, walla it's so yummy! In the first year, I memang tak sentuh sushi yang mentah2 tu, I prefered the half-cooked or well-cooked, geli nak telan yang mentah2 tu, hehe. Tapi lama-kelamaan yang mentah2 tu laa yang paling digilai, nikmat makannya tu tak terkata, memang sedap lah!

So far, apa sahaja japanese foods yang halal, I memang suka(except natto(made from soy beans and yada2- I don't know), yucks!). Yang tak halal pulak, I akan buat sendiri di rumah. Contohnya macam yakiniku(daging bakar), nabe(steamboot), sukiyaki(ala2 macam steamboot jugak), oden(pun species yang sama, hehe), chikinkatsu(ayam yang disalut tepung, telur dan serbuk roti then digoreng) and etc. Even yang boleh dimakan di kedai2 pun, I suka jugak buat di rumah.

Ada orang tanya, I biasanya masak japanese foods ker untuk breakfast, lunch and dinner. The answer is NO. MyLove and I prefer malay foods more, so masak japanese foods is just like once in a blue moon, heh! For Rafiqh, I will introduce Japanese foods but not as main menu, cause I just afraid he will love japanese foods more, and end up I have to prepare the foods everyday, like most of my friends who have children here, woooo malas aih nak masak 2 type of foods setiap hari!











Day 495 - Day 130




Day 495 - Day 130





“Soy un perdedor. I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?”
Loser: Beck, mellow Gold

I have not been a huge follower of Beck, but I have always respected his musical directions. I think he has a great sense of style in the music, and he is never afraid to take risks. One of my good friends is always talking about him now and then- so that was how I really got introduced to this song.

I can’t say that I know for sure all that he is really singing about- or that I can relate in such terms… but like I have said before- you don’t always have to!

*** Artist Notes ***
I don’t think I need to explain the finger gesture…

Lyrics:
In the time of chimpanzees I was a monkey
Butane in my veins and I’m out to cut the junkie
With the plastic eyeballs, spray-paint the vegetables
Dog food stalls with the beefcake pantyhose
Kill the headlights and put it in neutral
Stock car flamin’ with a loser and the cruise control
Baby’s in reno with the vitamin d
Got a couple of couches, sleep on the love-seat
Someone came sayin’ I’m insane to complain
About a shotgun wedding and a stain on my shirt
Don’t believe everything that you breathe
You get a parking violation and a maggot on your sleeve
So shave your face with some mace in the dark
Savin’ all your food stamps and burnin’ down the trailer park

Yo. cut it.

Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?

(double barrel buckshot)
Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?

Forces of evil on a bozo nightmare
Ban all the music with a phony gas chamber
’cuz one’s got a weasel and the other’s got a flag
One’s on the pole, shove the other in a bag
With the rerun shows and the cocaine nose-job
The daytime crap of the folksinger club
He hung himself with a guitar string
A slab of turkey-neck and it’s hangin’ from a pigeon wing
You can’t write if you can’t relate
Trade the cash for the beef for the body for the hate
And my time is a piece of wax fallin’ on a termite
who's chokin’ on the splinters

Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(get crazy with the cheese whiz)
Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(drive-by body-pierce)
(yo bring it on down)
Soooooyy....

?em llik uoy t'nod yhw os ,ybab resol a m'I rodedreP nu yos
[It's the Chorus backwards]

(I’m a driver, I’m a winner; things are gonna change I can feel it)

Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(I can’t believe you)
Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(Nlehh...)
Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(Sprechen Sie Deutsch hier, Baby!)
Soy un perdedor
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me?
(know what I’m sayin’? )










introducing finger foods to baby








introducing finger foods to baby




Cocktail Food: 50 Finger Foods with Attitude






The clink of glasses, the popping of corks, the spirited chatter of good friends-what more does an impromptu get-together need? Why, fabulous snacks, of course! With Cocktail Food, you can kiss those boring raw veggies goodbye because the best-selling authors of Smoothies and Wraps are whipping up bite-size delights like Shrimply Delish, Wonton Wonders, and Chive Talkin' Scallops. Voil! A humdrum happy hour turns into a glamorous soire. Cocktail Food takes the jitters out of entertaining with simple yet stylish recipes, plus great party-planning tips and fun theme ideasfrom Highball Sprees to Frozen F'tes. Let the good times roll!

If your party planning has you paralyzed by visions of serving pimiento loaf paired with the Pi?a Coladas, fear not. Sophisticated help is on the way with Cocktail Food, a collection of 50 intriguing, anything-but-ordinary hors d'oeuvres compiled and tested by sisters Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford, with collaborator Lori Lyn Narlock. In an easy-to-follow, uncluttered format perfect for the moderately accomplished kitchen hand, the authors present globally influenced recipes to pair with a wide range of libations.
Suggested snacks to serve with "travel agents"--those brolly-festooned tropical drinks that instantly transport you to de eye-lind, mahn--include Figs in a Blanket, a gorgeous canvas of fresh fig and Gorgonzola brushed with balsamic and walnut oil, then wrapped in prosciutto; and 'ZA!, mini-English-muffin pizzas with Cambozola and sun-dried tomatoes.
Some recipes require minimal prep or cook time. Spear Ecstasy, asparagus with a lemon-tarragon dip, and the Caprese Skewers--made with cherry tomato, mozzarella, and basil--are simplicity itself. But working with phyllo dough, a key ingredient in Mary's Little Lambs, has driven more than one talented amateur chef to swill down the cooking sherry. And a couple of the recipes could get spendy for your little clambake: the authors launch a preemptive strike at anyone intending to substitute lumpfish in their Eggstravaganza! by calling for high-quality caviar. But perhaps a question posed on the back of the book's dust jacket says it best: "Would Holly Golightly settle for chips and dip?" Maybe Tiffany's is no longer serving breakfast, but armed with Cocktail Food, they'd lay on one heck of a happy hour. --Tony Mason










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