The Organic Family Cookbook: Growing, Greening, and Cooking Togetherby Anni Daulter
This inspiring cookbook answers the call for healthy recipes for family-friendly organic meals snacks, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and extras. Sidebars and tips throughout promote green living organic child- and family-specific gardening ideas and inspiration for community building and sustainable living. Recipes use easily obtainable
This inspiring cookbook answers the call for healthy recipes for family-friendly organic meals snacks, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and extras. Sidebars and tips throughout promote green living organic child- and family-specific gardening ideas and inspiration for community building and sustainable living. Recipes use easily obtainable ingredients from standard grocers, green markets, or the small family garden plot.
This cookbook has some great ideas for healthful breakfasts, snacks, sides, lunches and dinners. The kids have already bookmarked their favorites, including pumpkin spiced cookies, butternut squash soup with parmesan crisps, sweet potato fries, pretzels, and a bleu cheese melt.
I was sent a copy of Anni's newly released work of art, the Organic Family cookbook: growing, greening, and cooking together, and I am truly blown away. Not only does the cookbook include the most delicious wholesome recipes, it is a work of art with the photographs by Alexandra DeFurio.
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Clean eating using organic foods can sometimes be intimidating and expensive without resources like one's own garden or year-round farmer's markets available to everyone, but cookbooks like this one by Anni Daulter help. I was glad to discover that none of the recipes were "weird" - something that can be a challenge with cookbooks focusing on "health food" - but actually used ingredients I recognized and could find in my local grocery store even if they aren't locally grown. The only recipe I've tried so far was the Dill Dip for fresh veggies and my family really liked it so I'll make it again. Other recipes I want to make are the quinoa with peas and corn, apple cranberry tuna wraps, and the roasted sweet potato and potato fries. The photos are great and include not only many of the recipes but also some of Daulter's family, along with stories about how her kids have grown up with healthy, organic foods yet still have developed personal tastes for foods that can present a challenge, and how they have learned to experiment with food to come up with their own recipes. Even though this is marketed as a family cookbook with kids in mind, the recipes are for everyone and will appeal to adults as well. Chapters include breakfasts, snacks, lunches, dinners, side dishes, desserts, and a chapter of extras such as condiments, flavored butters, jams, sauces, salsas, and dips. There are a few gluten-free recipes as well. I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher but the opinion of it is my own and was not solicited, nor was a positive review required.