Baby food

food, as vegetables, fruits, or meat, puréed or minced for easy ingestion by infants.
Contemporary Examples

She has three kids and wrote a cookbook—with her husband, who owns Chef Geoff and other D.C. restaurants–on baby food.
Norah O’Donnell: Romney Must Respond Howard Kurtz July 15, 2012

She opens them to show diapers, baby food, hygiene products, and clothing.
An Iraqi Group Helping Women and Gays Is Receiving Death Threats Jacob Siegel July 21, 2014

It requires substituting traditional meals or snacks with jars of 80-calorie baby food.
The Crazy Baby Food Diet Gina Piccalo September 21, 2010

After that first baby food gig, he had a series of small parts in TV shows including Entourage, My Name Is Earl, and Shameless.
Meet Tony Revolori, the Scene-Stealing Kid in ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Nico Hines March 6, 2014

With the baby food Diet you are not sacrificing nutrition.
The Crazy Baby Food Diet Gina Piccalo September 21, 2010

Historical Examples

She put whisky in my baby food until I would not drink or eat anything that was not flavoured with it.
A Daughter of the Vine Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

The notion that this is a ‘baby food’ to be scorned by real woodsmen is nothing but a foolish conceit.
Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts Girl Scouts

The stomach would tolerate no form of baby food with or without milk.
New, Old, and Forgotten Remedies: Papers by Many Writers Various

Never give a baby food merely to pacify him or to stop his crying; it will damage him in the end.
The Mother and Her Child William S. Sadler

I got a wet nurse for her and fed her with baby food, but she got thinner and more elfish-looking.
Sketches of Our Life at Sarawak Harriette McDougall


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