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Jenny Rosenstrach, and her husband, Andy, regularly, some might say pathologically, cook dinner for their family every night. Even when they work long days. Even when their kids' schedules pull them in eighteen different directions. They are not superhuman. They are not from another planet.
With simple strategies and common sense, Jenny figured out how to break down dinner—the food, the timing, the anxiety, from prep to cleanup—so that her family could enjoy good food, time to unwind, and simply be together.
Using the same straight-up, inspiring voice that readers of her award-winning blog, Dinner: A Love Story, have come to count on, Jenny never judges and never preaches. Every meal she dishes up is a real meal, one that has been cooked and eaten and enjoyed at least a half dozen times by someone in Jenny's house. With inspiration and game plans for any home cook at any level, Dinner: A Love Story is as much for the novice who doesn't know where to start as it is for the gourmand who doesn't know how to start over when she finds herself feeding an intractable toddler or for the person who never thought about home-cooked meals until he or she became a parent. This book is, in fact, for anyone interested in learning how to make a meal to be shared with someone they love, and about how so many good, happy things happen when we do.
This book was inspiring and such a fun read. I have used a ton of the recipes, and can't wait to have little ones at or table for family dinners like hers!Published 2 months ago by Adubs
I read this book as a novel of sorts, not a cookbook, and thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 3 months ago by Scrapmetal
A great new take on a cookbook, I cook for my family usually, so why not write about the family & the meals in a cookbook.Published 3 months ago by Karen L. Mayry
If you can’t spend all day in the kitchen but the idea of making minimally-processed meals appeals to you, this book includes both a nice personal story and many practical recipes... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jonathan
This is a...narrative cookbook. It has no violence, unless you count violent treatment of garlic, and no sexual content (unless implied activity in the form of the author's two... Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. Chua