The Mom 100 Cookbook Sampler
Workman Publishing Company
Publication date: March 2012
Digital Book format: ePub (Adobe DRM)
You save: $0.50 (20%)
Enjoy a free sampler from the be-all, end-all cookbook for moms—ten delicious, nutritious, problem solving, and kid friendly recipes from THE MOM 100 COOKBOOK.
Natural crowd pleasers like chicken skewers and tacos are joined by a miracle solution for salad-rejecters. There’s a one-pot brownie recipe, plus lifesaving tips and advice for the ages: “To be a good mom, you do not have to cook every meal, or make everything from scratch, or know the provenance of every morsel of food your children eat. Give yourself a break. This cooking thing should be a little bit fun.” Amen.
Katie Workman, founding editor in chief of Cookstr.com and mother of two school-age kids, offers recipes, tips, techniques, attitude, and wisdom for staying happy in the kitchen while proudly keeping it homemade—because homemade not only tastes best, but is also better for you (and most economical).
Praise for THE MOM 100 COOKBOOK:
“One of the best cookbook authors of her generation, Katie Workman is the perfect person to help moms everywhere get delicious meals to the table. I’m waiting for my invitation to her ‘taco night.’”—Bobby Flay, chef, Mesa Grill; author of Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain Cookbook.
“These are 100 recipes everyone needs! They’re the classics your family wants with the volume turned up—plus lots of great tips for busy parents. I love the recipes!” —Ina Garten, author of the Barefoot Contessa cookbooks
“Katie Workman writes with the confidence of a mom who’s been in the kitchen trenches with two hungry boys and has emerged without a scratch. Katie should be given a trophy for not dumbing down the food she serves her kids, and you’ll want to hug her for all of her smart tips, opinions, and amusing commentary—‘enough with the frozen chicken nuggets’ indeed!” —Amanda Hesser, cofounder of FOOD52.com
“At first, Katie Workman’s terrific book made me wish I’d had it when my own kids were little. Then I thought: ‘No, wait. I wish Katie were MY mom.’” —Sandra Boynton, author, artist, and mother of four