A cookbook is a kitchen reference publication containing a collection of recipes, typically organized by type of dish.
Modern versions may also include colorful illustrations and advice on purchasing quality ingredients or making substitutions. Cookbooks can also cover a wide variety of topics, including cooking, techniques for the home, recipes, and commentary from famous chefs, institutional kitchen manuals, and cultural commentary.
I want my recipes to be clever examples of a bigger story, a celebration of resource responsibility and spending with a purpose. Saving money can be incredibly empowering, and it feels good to know we are spending wisely. I consider myself the luckiest cook in the world. I have my very own test kitchen “staffed” by my daughter-chefs and the world’s most supportive husband. We don’t overspend and we love food that nourishes our bodies and our souls. I believe in the power of the family meal and making them happen as often as possible. I hope that with this cookbook, you will find many fantastic recipes and mealtime strategies that help you get dinner on the table and guide you to living and eating better.
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