Want a peek inside my new cookbook? Download a free sample as well as several other bonus features. Last week my fourth cookbook, Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less released. Thanks so much for your support and encouraging words. While the book didn’t hit the New York Times Bestseller List, it was […]
I’m super excited to tell you about my new cookbook, Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less. It’s being released on Tuesday! I’ve been keeping this a little hush-hush for awhile because I find it really annoying to hear about a book that you have to wait six months to read. There is something […]
Cookbooks can play an important part in our relationships as well as the food we put on the table. Favorite cookbooks are worth more than their purchase price. Cookbooks have personality. They become a part of our family. I know that I can get lost for hours, browsing my cookbook collection because it evokes so many memories. […]
Cookbooks are fun for reading and gaining cooking knowledge. But are you getting the most out of your collection? How can you maximize your cookbooks?
This week I start my regular column over at The Kitchn, chatting about food budgets, smart grocery shopping, and eating well without sacrificing good taste and nutrition. You know I love talking about that stuff! Hop on over for the inaugural post, How a Food Budget Got Us Out of Debt (and 4 Steps to […]
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Here are my 12 favorite cookbooks or books about food that I use regularly. Add one to your collection and chuck five that you never cook from.
Get a free guide to cooking with kids when you purchase the Good Cheap Eats cookbook. Christmas is just around the corner. Just two weeks left! How did that happen? For the record, I think I have two presents purchased. For people who don’t live at my house. This is not a good sign. I […]
One of the things that we did to prepare our kids for a month in France was a practice I call, “French Fridays”. Instead of serving regular Friday night pizza, I switch up the menu to serve our dinner more in the French style. To do so, the girls enjoy setting a nicer table. I […]