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Some readers may look askance at advice that they search out sources for locally produced food, for example, given the everyday exigencies of shopping and getting meals on the table. Yet it is precisely the need to "remake" our relationship to food that, Waters contends, determines the ultimate success of all our cooking and dining, not to mention our health and that of the planet. This relatively small book has a large message, and good everyday recipes to back it up. --Arthur Boehm
Hand's down, this is my first "go to" book when deciding on dinner. I've made numerous recipes and all have been outstanding. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Elise
Inspiring cookbook. None complicated, nutritious, great tasting recipes.Published 15 days ago by Tim Seattle
overrated....but that is just my opinion.
I have been cooking for over 35 years, this book is my basic understanding already.
I expected more, much more! Read more
one of the all time best, 'must haves' on the kitchen shelf of any person who loves food and wants to gain a bit more confidence in the kitchen.Published 1 month ago by connie childs rosengarten
Rather disappointing. Very basic, hoping for more recipes with ideas for day to day menus. Many of these are things I already can produce without a recipe 'Published 1 month ago by Alison M. Smith
I read the book at a friends and decided I need it for my shelves. I loved her simple recipes, encouragement of good food cooked well and made me want to rush out and plant a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ellen
The go to book for real cooking. Anyone interested in really learning to cook with food not boxed nonsense will love this book. Beautiful illustrations. Great recipes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. R. Harris