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The Family Cooks

T by making it themselves With her long time collaborator Kirstin Uhrenholdt David worked up than 100 recipes that are simple fast low in the bad stuff and high in the good stuff and designed to bring kids into the cooking process The authors also demystify cooking terms and break down basic prep techniues creating stress free meals that foster health togetherness and happy palates The Family Cooks is the ideal companion for unseasoned chefs of all stripes whether they're parenting or being parent. I am living in this cookbook these days I wanted something simple healthy but fun and inspiring and this book totally nails it The recipes are very simple but also have a sense of whimsy that makes it fun to play with them As someone who is pretty constitutionally incapable of sticking to a recipe I also love that almost every recipe has bulleted lists at the bottom of modifications to try It makes it seem much experimental and fun Plus there are tons of beautiful color photographs I hate cookbooks without pictures I pick recipes by flipping and eye grazing so that part is a must Most recently last night I was working on a fall farro recipe that was given to them by a chef friend The recipe is rife with mistakes Farro takes way than 10 minutes to cook and needs way less than 1T salt to name a few but even with all the problems I was still able to coax it into the yumminess that it pointed towards I know I should probably deduct a star for that but this is the perfect cookbook for me so from a totally subjective standpoint it is getting all 5 stars

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A call to action for parents kids and anyone who eats to start cooking their own meals again For families eating right has become a monumental challenge Cultural messages convince us that we no longer have time to cook and food marketers spend billions persuading us that packaged processed food is convenient satisfying and the key to happiness Half of all our meals are now eaten outside the home The result Skyrocketing rates of heart disease and diabetes and unprecedented levels of childhood obesi. Made the salmon Curry and the nut butter recipes Recipes are easy to follow and the pictures make it an an enjoyable book to flip through The Homelanders (The Homelanders, right has become a monumental challenge Cultural messages convince us that we no longer have time to cook and food marketers spend billions persuading us that packaged processed food is convenient satisfying and the key to happiness Half of all our meals are now eaten outside the home The Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. result Skyrocketing Burning Attraction rates of heart disease and diabetes and unprecedented levels of childhood obesi. Made the salmon Curry and the nut butter The Numbers Game recipes Recipes are easy to follow and the pictures make it an an enjoyable book to flip through

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Ty This crisis is movingly portrayed in author and activist Laurie David's new documentary co executive produced with Katie Couric Fed UpLuckily we have a solution Studies have clearly shown that eating home cooked meals reduces obesity and develops lifelong healthy eating habits There is an exciting movement afoot that involves a skillet a few good knives and some fresh ingredients Home cooking is making a comebackIn The Family Cooks David inspires parents and kids to take control of what they ea. I checked this out from the library mostly because I wanted some healthy recipes that I could con my kids into eating Here s the rub I have two picky eaters but both go different ways I have one who has always been borderline vegetarian she consumes very little meat but likes seafood The other hates seafood raw tomatoes but will eat them cooked weirdo and anything that looks too healthy No I m not uite sure what that means that s just what I m told They re teenagers by the way Luckily both are usually willing to try anything once they may not finish it but at least they know if they like it or not The teenage boy or man child is big into sports weight lifting running challenge courses and so forth He tries to pack a lot of protein into his diet but he s getting bored with things Teenage girl not really a problem eater she usually eats whatever I make but she s kind of bored with things too She s into some sports loves swimming but she s not after any nutritional goals like her brother is My needs for both are to make sure whatever they re eating is healthy that they are both getting what they need from their food and to not have boring or weird looking food optionsThis book was fantastic for our needs Both know how to cook both have taken this and made things on their own from it and both have liked them I ve tried several of the things they ve made and though I ll never admit it to them they ve probably made it better than I would have All of us have tweaked some things herbs and spices here swap out for something else there but all have been good and the kids have insisted I buy this book and that we try anything else like it


10 thoughts on “The Family Cooks

  1. says:

    Great reinforcement of the adage that you are what you eat Like Moss' Salt Sugar Fat this book reminds us that the big food companies and their chemists and advertisers all have a huge impact on what we choose to buy and consume I like the simple basic approach here I'm not sure I can convert my family but I'm going to give it a try

  2. says:

    For folks who cook regularly and need a jolt of inspiration and for folks who want make cooking a part of their routine Laurie David's new cookbook is just the thing Not uite as chatty as The Family Dinner it is laid out as a traditional 'one page one recipe' cookbook This is not a general reference or how to cook everything but a point of departure filled with useful information and great ideas

  3. says:

    Made the salmon Curry and the nut butter recipes Recipes are easy to follow and the pictures make it an an enjoya

  4. says:

    Tried a few recipes from Ms David's book Not impressed with the resulting smoothie flavors

  5. says:

    I checked this out from the library mostly because I wanted some healthy recipes that I could con my kids into eating Here's the rub I have two picky eaters but both go different ways I have one who has always been borderline vegetarian she consumes very little meat but likes seafood The other hates seafood raw tomatoes but will

  6. says:

    I read a lot of cookbooks share recipes regularly and spend a lot of time planning and prepping meals Nothing annoys me than a cookbook that places things out of seuence not the case here or has photos that totally contradict the very instructions posted on the previous page compare the text on p 182 for ravioli cupcakes to the photo opposite on p 183 I must also confess to being perplexed by a cookbook author

  7. says:

    I am living in this cookbook these days I wanted something simple healthy but fun and inspiring and this book totally nails it The recipes are very simple but also have a sense of whimsy that makes it fun to play with them As someone who is pretty constitutionally incapable of sticking to a recipe I also love that almost every recipe has bulleted lists at the bottom of modifications to try It makes it seem much experi

  8. says:

    This is a beautiful book full of artful photos and printed on paper that feels good to touch I like to eat this way and when I put this on hold at the library I was already anticipating buying it However that won't be the case While all the recipes sounded good with the exception of the dishes that contain tofu which is just someth

  9. says:

    This cookbook is a wonderful resource for anyone looking for healthy recipes to try whether for kids a significant other or just for yourself An introduction includes compelling information for anyone interested in the hidden and un healthy additions to the food much of America is eating What follows is a beautifully made cookbook with tasty recipes kid friendly tips and healthy ideas that you can trust are good for yo

  10. says:

    The tone of this book is so overly preachy and self righteous it's almost unreadable I have been a vegetarian for over 20 years and consider myself to be health conscious I am always looking for ways to eat healt

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