- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Appetite by Random House; 1st edition (Sept. 3 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0449015734
- ISBN-13: 978-0449015735
- Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 2 x 25.4 cm
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 Kg
- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,343 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
How to Feed a Family: The Sweet Potato Chronicles Cookbook Paperback – Sep 3 2013
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“Combine equal parts inspiration and imagination with a healthy dose of reality, mix well and serve with lots of smiles and a huge side of humor. I love this book!” --Chef Michael Smith
“You know that cookbook you’ve always dreamed of: the one that has beautiful images, healthy and delish recipes, and meals your whole family will love? Well, How to Feed a Family is all that, and more. After experiencing Ceri and Laura’s wit, grace, and charm, the only thing you’ll be dreaming of is a sequel…” --Karine Ewart, Editor-In-chief of Today’s Parent
“How to Feed a Family hits all the touchpoints of a successful cookbook: it’s simple, practical, and insanely happy. I dare you to read this book and then not ask, ‘Why can’t Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh be my parents?’” --Jenny Rosenstrach, author of Dinner: A Love Story
About the Author
LAURA KEOGH and CERI MARSH, former Fashion magazine editors, traded the fast-paced world of fashion for the even faster, more frantic pace of parenthood. Leaving behind stilletos and cocktails, for spatulas and kale, the pair teamed up to create www.sweetpotatochronicles.com, a website dedicated to providing inspiration and information for parents looking to create healthy lifestyles for their families. Keogh and Marsh live in Toronto, ON, with their husbands and children. The author lives in Toronto, ON.
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The authors base "How to Feed a Family: Eat Healthy, Live Happy, Stay Sane" on advice dispensed through their 3-year-old website Sweet Potato Chronicles: breakfast should consist of carbohydrates and protein to give growing brains a “one-two punch.” Children involved in making a meal are more likely to eat it. Don't discuss dinner at dinner. Their cookbook offers help and solutions for stressful evenings and promises to help readers feed the entire family an enjoyable meal.
From tilapia tacos to farro and roasted vegetables to cocoa date bars, the recipes all look wholesome, delicious and simple. Moreover, they remain open to variations and alterations. Don't like kale in mac and cheese? Use spinach instead. Love pizza but want a change? Try red pepper calzones. Recipes also have accompanying full page photos and brilliant symbols offering a quick way to identify whether a dish is, for example, meatless, fast or minimally messy.
Possibly the only family-oriented cookbook you'll ever need!
This book is full of nutritious, easy ideas for getting meals to the table and proves that healthier eating doesn't have to be boring or bland! The side notes are informative and the recipe intro's are often amusing. Photos are beautiful as well! Almost every recipe has a colour photo to go along with it!
My only complaint is that I would have liked to see more side dishes as well as nutritional information.
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The recipes in this book are geared toward cooking for children.
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