St Albans nursery serves up a treart

PUBLISHED: 15:09 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:36 06 May 2010

Annabel Karmel with three-year-old Sophie

Annabel Karmel with three-year-old Sophie

TASTY treats are in store for babies at a new St Albans nursery which has partnered up with one of Britain s best cookery writers. Annabel Karmel, who specialises in writing recipes suitable for young children and babies, officially opened the new nursery

TASTY treats are in store for babies at a new St Albans nursery which has partnered up with one of Britain's best cookery writers.

Annabel Karmel, who specialises in writing recipes suitable for young children and babies, officially opened the new nursery at Nuffield Health earlier this month before signing copies of her books for fans.

Annabel, whose 19 cookery books have been translated into 20 different languages, is helping the nursery come up with an innovative and healthy new menu for its young guests, including dishes such as baby Bolognese and macaroni cheese.

Area nursery manager for Nuffield Health, Sam Othen, said that she's looking forward to developing the partnership: "Annabel is one of Britain's most successful female cookery writers and we're very much looking forward to coming up with a whole range of healthy meals for our nursery children with her.

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