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We all strive for a nightly dinner that is both a happy occasion and nutritionally fulfilling, but so often we feel we fall short. Busy family schedules, long work days, and the stress of meal planning leave us feeling overwhelmed and stuck in a mealtime rut. In"Feeding a Family," nutritionist and mom Sarah Waldman gives you the tools to reclaim dinner! Through forty complete menus organized by season, you'll discover healthy meals that are simple enough that they can be prepared on a busy weeknight. Sarah takes the guess work out of dinner by offering up the sides and desserts that perfectly pair with her entrees. Along the way, she offers tips on mealtime prep, ways to involve the kids, and ideas for turning leftovers into a different meal the next night. Gain confidence in shopping for, planning, and cooking simple, nourishing evening meals for your loved ones so that family dinners can be relaxed and fun."
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February 02, 2017
Feeding a Family: A Year of Simple and Healthy Dinners by Sarah Waldman is one of the more commonsense "healthy" inspired cookbooks I've read. The author does use ingredients some would associate with the newer health food ideas i.e. coconut sugar, and there are a lot of vegetable/vegetarian-type...
March 27, 2017
Thank you NetGalley for allowing me to read a digital copy of this book in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.
Disclaimer: I am by no means a good cook. I am actually a novice when it comes to cooking.
This cookbook has some really interesting and yummy looking recipes. A lot of which...
November 14, 2016
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
Interesting enough collection of recipes. Some recipes however, have some weird ingredients, like coconut sugar, and bonito flakes. Also, one recipe really confuses me as it is called "Cheesy Butternut Squash and Mushroom Casserol...
March 29, 2017
I have been a fan of Sarah's food and blog for years and I am so happy to now own this beautiful hard copy collection of her recipes. Everything is seasonal, simple, and always delicious- totally doable even for the busiest mothers of young children. What I love best about her recipes is the fact...
March 30, 2017
This book is extremely approachable and aesthetically beautiful. As a busy mom I like a go to cook book that has a variety of meals that are easy to pull off and inspiring enough to get the family excited for dinner! I love the ideas for next day "left over" dinners and love how she inspires pare...
June 20, 2017
I don't know why I didn't like this book but something about it just didn't ring true for me.
March 21, 2017
A beautiful cookbook that you'll actually use! The recipes are approachable and exciting. Love that the recipes are for a complete meal so you don't have to think about finding 3 recipes to create a full dinner. Loved the suggestions for tailoring elements to kids and babies so parents aren't coo...
March 22, 2017
Sarah's put it all in one place! Her recipes are like great design: satifying, original, and substantive!!
May 31, 2017
Good reminder that my family and I dislike most ingredients and that avocados are amazing...ly expensive (close to 3 bucks a pop these days).
February 25, 2017
Nothing new or exciting here, and most disappointing was that many of the recipes are very similar, or even exact repeats of those found on the author's website and in her first book (ie: Coconut Chocolate Cherry Pops, Brown Rice Pudding, Black Bean Burgers, Gado Gado Salad, Chicken Thighs with C...