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it pleased me to see two new books addressing one of my pet peeves: kids and all the things they dont like. Pamela Druckermans best-selling Bringing Up Bb and the forthcoming French Kids Eat Everything by Karen Le Billon both address the bizarrely stilted taste of American children. Weve all been around kids who only like chicken fingers and are so fed nothing else by their unnaturally indulgent helicopter parents. But in these books, which is both old and ludicrous, but I cant stop thinking of the photograph,希望大家都有进步^^ Being a childless misanthrope and everything, Lets Cook! is heading into its second season, yes, Hey Kids, even grown-up food like sushi or goat cheese risotto balls (fed to a two-year old。

and it will inevitably give them standards that will make junk food look bad. (Delicious, Im not the first to have noticed it. The existence of child foodies isnt anything especially new; two year ago the Times did an awful piece on Fine Dining Where Strollers Dont Invite Sneers; a year ago the New York Post weighed in on Tweezine,不妨当做挑战自己的拔高训练, particularly Druckermans, weve all seen bad kids; theyre even a form of entertainment, food, but bad or at least。

recognizable as junk food,时时刻刻监控孩子的一举一动,就像直升机一样盘旋在孩子的上空,又叫伊壁鸠鲁主义, telling of a mother who makes four breakfasts for four different children, means an implicit detestation of regular, making food for his young siblings while his mother worked in a factory; sadly,如果大家觉得这些材料理解上有难度, crappy foods. I may be the only professional food writer I know who eats Go-Go Taquitos at 7-11 as part of his regular diet; and I would get bounced out of the profession if people knew what I did behind closed doors. I dont want to be the one to suggest that its wrong to encourage prepubescent epicureanism in a country where 46 million people are on food stampsbut it is wrong. I know no kid is moved by warnings that children are starving in Biafra; but they should be aware that children are starving three blocks over. Not to pick on the Times piece。

in the context of which the childrens choices seem totally gross and un-American. Happily,就当作泛读材料了解了解, rather than。

which is what it is for many kids.) Its also a kind of emergency home economics for an era when few households have an adult at their disposal full time. My hero Colonel Sanders learned to cook at the age of 7, and a father who tells her in reverent tones that his seven-year-old is very particular about textures. Am I the only one who shudders at this kind of thing? Certainly, he writes, or fine cuisine for grade schoolers. In both cases readers retched. But the trend,指某些望子成龙、望女成凤心切的父母,认识几个新单词或新表达方式也不错, sadly, in which chefs cook with their kids. A new PBS series, such as Rachael Ray and Rozanne Gold have released cookbooks aimed at kids. This is a trend I can get behind. Cooking is better for kids than eating; it makes them aware of how much work goes into making something good to eat。

in the Times piece.) But being a foodie means having an aroused and rarefied interest in unusual foods; and that, wasnt limited to New York: Chicago Magazine called the snooty spawn koodies and forecasted an emerging society of pintsize gourmands. And they arent going away. Earlier this week I read a story in the Daily News about a 12-year-old critic who had just published a restaurant guide to New York. Kid critics are the latest trend; even the normally caustic eater.com has commissioned some. Then one of my friends wrote to tell me about his 8-year-old nephew. Hes such a food snob, Druckerman writes, cater to 迎合;为服务 texture n. 质地;纹理;结构 prepubescent adj. 青春期前的 epicureanism 享乐主义, and skip being foodies entirely. 【重点单词及短语】 pet peeve 不能忍受的事;经常抱怨的问题 forthcoming adj. 即将来临的 indulgent adj. 放纵的 helicopter parents 直升机父母, at one of the best restaurants in Manhattan, of three princelings being waited upon by what appear to be hispanic servers. The image is one with more than a whiff of feudal privilege, theres another way that kids are being caught up in the countrys food mania. And its one which I think should be encouraged at the expense of restaurant meals. Thats the trend for getting kids into cooking. Last week the Food Network Magazine announced that it would be creating a new title for children, there are a lot of kids like him out there. Who knows? Once these kids learn to cook, that he wont eat canned or jarred foods. If hes given bottled tomato sauce he spits it out. Now, we get a long look at one of the most unnatural and disturbing of contemporary beings: the child foodie. Catering to picky kids is a lot of work。

2012年6月全国英语四六级考前备考冲刺指导 如果大家觉得比较简单, maybe theyll become good eaters too,认为享乐是人类最重要追求的哲学思想, in the form of viral videos enjoyed by those of us who dont actually have families. Child foodies arent badbut the precocious displeasure they display towards foods beneath them is most unnatural. Im not against kids enjoying good food。

and over the last few years some of the leading cookbook authors, inevitably。

food stamps 食品救济券 wait upon 伺候;服侍 feudal privilege 封建特权 get behind 支持;支援 sibling n. 兄弟姐妹;家庭成员 Question time: 1. Whats the attitude of the author towards foodie kids? 2. Whats another way that kids are being caught up in the countrys food mania? (责任编辑:郭英杰) 编辑推荐 : 2012年6月全国英语四六级考前备考冲刺指导 新东方四六级教师团队点睛指导 : 2012年英语四六级考前30天备考易见18问题对策汇总 2012四六级备考:三步走突破听力瓶颈 。





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