Apr 18, 2012 8:45 AM
Are we the only ones who gag a little when we see parents settling for eating kid-food? Since when did kids call the shots? Growing up in a big family, we ate what we were served. And it wasn't hot dogs and mac 'n' cheese. The Gastrokid Cookbook ($16) helps parents find dinners that appeal to everyone at the table. With tips on how to raise non-picky eaters, as well as suggestions on how to present foods to kids, this cookbook will make a great gift for a foodie friend who's expecting.