Kid Friendly Recipes
Created April 2012 (Second Edition)

By Kimi Gaines kimijo
As a preschool teacher, once a week I would have a cooking class. We made so many cool dishes. I wrote a book called, "Kids in the Kitchen", and A-Z cooking through the
Alphabet. We had so much fun. After leaving due to illness, I didn't grab a copy and I wish I would have.
Kimi Gaines [kimijo]



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26 Comments

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Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Apr 10, 2012
KImmi, what a wonderful recipe book!
Really good recipes....
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Apr 10, 2012
Kimmi, what a great cookbook for kids. So many fun and easy recipes too. Great idea and thanks for including one of my recipes too.
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Kimi Gaines kimijo
Apr 10, 2012
You're welcome!! :0)
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Apr 10, 2012
I have to post a kid friendly recipe today.....should of posted it on Sunday but was too tired (you may have used it) but anyway..I send it to you so you can see it. It really is a technique more than a recipe I use with my picky nephew and 2 other nephews.
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Apr 10, 2012
I love the photo on the front cover of this too....so cute.
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Kimi Gaines kimijo
Apr 10, 2012
Whenever I am looking for a photo, I search what picture I might want to use. I make sure they are royalty free and not copywrited. I got a note from JAP that I used a picture that was copywrited and they removed the recipe. I make sure that they are free to use by anyone.
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Joanna Gotwald Furkidlover
Apr 10, 2012
Thanks for including me in your book. I hope you have tried the Piggy Toes yourself? They are addictive.
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Bonnie ^O^ Utahn
Apr 10, 2012
Thanks for including my recipe for Easter Egg Nests, Kimi! What a darling book!

If I may comment on your post above? Be real careful because the term “royalty-free” images are not in the public domain unless specified, and they aren't free to use without purchasing a license. It is deceiving because it says 'free'. These are people have the stock photography sites, like Gettys (who will sue us. I know someone they did sue) Look for copyright free instead. I hope this helps. It gets confusing, I know.
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Bonnie ^O^ Utahn
Apr 10, 2012
I misread your post; I thought you meant it was the photo on your cookbook. This was on a recipe? Then it probably was taken by somone like Gettys. They use hidden water marks inside their photos that has numbers they can search for on the web.
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Kimi Gaines kimijo
Apr 11, 2012
the pictures I use do not have the hidden water marks. I get nervous when I find pictures. Even if you say free clip art or pictures of you still find the ones with the water marks.
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Bonnie ^O^ Utahn
Apr 11, 2012
Not all use hidden watermarks, true, but all they have to do is prove they hold the copyright to the photo for JAP to remove it. Look for photos that say public domain only, not any others. Those have been released to the public for public use and are safe to use. Most of them use the word "free" in their keywords for advertising on the web, so they pop up a lot. I, too, am very careful about using photos.
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Kimi Gaines kimijo
Apr 11, 2012
Well I just might have used one...I have used so many in these past 2 years...what to do!!
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Bonnie ^O^ Utahn
Apr 11, 2012
Just gradually make and replace them with your own photos, or here is an idea: Join the Photo-Less group and save your recipes to that group that have no photo, and one of us will make your dish and provide a photo for you! That is a great group providing a great public service.
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Annette W. greeneyez
Apr 11, 2012
My suggestion would be stop using photos that aren't yours period. Unless you have written, documented permission that you have on file, don't use any that you don't take yourself. Just as it states in the JAP rules, you have to have permission to use photos so that you are not infringing on anyone's rights. Even if it says free or you are under the assumption that it is free, I wouldn't take the risk. Free in my mind does not mean the same thing as having permission. I would go through the recipes you have and delete the photos and start preparing your own recipes and taking your own pictures. That is the sure safe way of not getting into any type of legal trouble. Good luck.
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Kimi Gaines kimijo
Apr 11, 2012
I used a lot on my cookbooks...I guess I should edit them...use no picture at all!!