Staying organized is often the hardest part of feeding a busy family. Between late work nights, soccer practice, and PTA meetings, it can be difficult to find the time to prepare a healthy meal, never
Staying organized is often the hardest part of feeding a busy family. Between late work nights, soccer practice, and PTA meetings, it can be difficult to find the time to prepare a healthy meal, never mind to sit down and eat it as a family. In Cook
, Deborah Anzinger provides you with tips and tricks for staying organized and recipes to keep your family coming together every night at the dinner table.
Along with over 190 tested recipes, Deborah includes handy tips for meal planning, expert pantry stocking techniques, and information suited to both the absolute beginner (including your child) and the seasoned cook.
With Cook, she'll show you how to enlist your family members as your own personal sous chefs, making mealtime a complete family experience from start to finish.
Bring your family together with classic homemade recipes for:
- muffins, quick breads, and breakfasts
- soups, sandwiches, and bagged lunches
- salads and dressings
- curries, stews, and meat loaves
- roasts and other holiday main courses
- vegetables and other side dishes, and
- snacks, desserts, cookies, and squares
Next time you ask yourself, "Why should I take the time and make the effort to cook my family meals from scratch?" you'll come up with some easy answers: nutrition, flavour, energy, and vitality!
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Don't turn to processed or fast foods! Deborah Anzinger shows you and your family how to create quick, healthy meals from basic ingredients every single day.
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I want you to have back what you gave up. I want you to have more flavour, fibre, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, freshness, energy, cost savings . . . And I want you to have the know-how to pull it all together. I'm not crazy. I'm just a sane person trying to make a dinner my whole family will love.
My book is full of easy, fast, and healthy recipes, and food ideas and tips, created specifically with busy families in mind. It will help you to increase your food knowledge, expertise, and skill. If you are new at this, start with the fast ideas, like the one-pot meals and cookies. This is a start to getting your family awakened to real food. Branch out as your skills and confidence develop. Make it your goal to have fun, and value and enjoy the time you and your family spend together in the kitchen.
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is a professional home economist from Ontario. When she's not travelling the country inspiring families to return to the kitchen or teaching seminars on meal planning, she can be found at home with her husband and two sons in Edmonton, Alberta.