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Healthyish: A Cookbook with Seriously Satisfying, Truly Simple, Good-For-You (but not too Good-For-You) Recipes for Real Life Kindle Edition
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I'm also a big fan of Lindsay's relatable writing style ... her explanations of how she came up with each recipe, plus her instructions on how to actually cook the thing, are so chatty and personable. Her writing makes me feel like she is right there in the kitchen with me! She clearly just gets it (and by it I mean life). I especially love how she says in the intro that many of the recipes are made so that you can get the ingredients ready, then go forth and get cozy in your sweats, uncork the wine, and be on your way to a chill night on the couch. THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT I WANT FROM A HOMECOOKED MEAL! Big ups to Lindsay for all of the inspiration and for keeping it real in a world that's so quick to go to extremes! Highly, highly recommend this cookbook.
For example, this week I made pimento cheese toast, with hardboiled eggs, cherry tomatoes and lemon as well as a bahn mi bowl which is ground meat, pickled veggies, brown rice and some sriracha mayo. Super easy but really delicious! It's a really great cookbook if you or your family want to eat healthier, but not too healthy like a bird. Oh and as a household of 2, I really appreciate that most of the recipes make just 4 servings. It's very difficult to find cookbooks that don't feed 6-8 as a minimum!
I’ve noticed lower reviews not understanding the purpose of this book and critique the recipes for being too simple. This book provides a wide variety of recipes that are simple but also have unique flavor pairings. It’s the perfect balance of simplicity and complexity for a week-night home cook, and is a nice addition to our collection.