Celebrated chef and healthy-living expert Sam Talbot shows us how to make wildly delicious, nourishing food—using healthy, wholesome ingredients.Bursting with 100 whole-food recipes and down-to-earth advice about clean eating, this cookbook proves that eating 100% real food is an enjoyable choice you can make every day. Chef Sam Talbot’s nourishing dishes are overflowing with natural flavor and free of processed ingredients, questionable additives, sweeteners, or preservatives.Packed with vibrant personality and more than 150 photos, this cookbook is a real-world guide to un-junking what we feed ourselves and our children. Sam explains how to find seasonal ingredients and offers tips on stocking your pantry with game changing ingredients, like coconut oil and chickpea flour. Many recipes are gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, or dairy-free.Forget fat-free, low sodium, zero trans-fat, and the like—the hottest new food claim is not needing a claim at all. Eat. Real. Food.
|Publisher:||Time Inc. Books|
|Product dimensions:||8.10(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Age Range:||16 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Sam Talbot is a chef, author, philanthropist and TV personality. A fan-favorite on Bravo’s Top Chef, Talbot was the founding Executive Chef of the Surf Lodge in Montauk, NY and Imperial No. Nine at the Mondrian SoHo. He is the chef and owner of Pretty Southern restaurant in Brooklyn, NY and a co-founder of Beyond Type 1, a nonprofit organization focusing on the diabetes community.
Table of Contents
What's Real And What's Not? 12
Real Food Kitchen 17
Chapter 1 Morning Essentials for the Grind 26
Chapter 2 Sandwiches, Salads, and Spreads 52
Chapter 3 Banging Bowls 90
Chapter 4 Food for the Hustle 106
Chapter 5 Proteins on the Ground and Out of the Surf 134
Chapter 6 The Vegetable Fix 166
Chapter 7 Sweet Thang, Maybe I Shouldn't… Yeah, of Course You Should 200
Basic Recipes 230
Metric Equivalents 241
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is an AMAZING book!! For starters, it is beautiful! The pictures are great: loads of color and beautifully arranged. Everything looks appetizing which for me is a must in a cookbook. All my must have cookbooks have tons of images. I love the fact that the author doesn't subscribe to one dietary restriction set (paleo, vegetarian, vegan etc)... just simply whole foods and nothing else. Great description on what whole foods is and what to stock in your pantry and fridge. The recipes are clearly layed out and easy to understand. Simple instructions that are easy to follow. Recipes are divided into categories: Morning essentials for the grind Sandwiches Salads and Spreads Banging Bowls Food for the hustle Proteins on the ground and out of the surf The vegetable fix Sweet thang, maybe I shouldn't, yeah of course you should! Basic recipes etc I love that there are shortcuts and ideas like "freeze these for easy breakfast later". I am a mom of 3 kids so I want things that are easy and fast that my kids will love. I received a digital copy of this book from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion. I will be purchasing a hard copy of this book because I love it that much. Such great recipes. Can't wait to try more of them.