NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Three signs you need this book: 1) Chicken fingers qualify as adventurous. (Hey, theyare not nuggets.) 2) You live in fear of the white stuff touching the green stuff. 3) Family dinner? Whatas family dinner? When Jenny Rosenstrachas kids were little, her dinner rotation looked like this: Pasta, Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Pasta. It made her crazyanot only because of the mind-numbing repetition, but because she loved to cook and missed her prekid, ketchup-free dinners. Her solution? A family adventure: She and her husband, Andy, would cook thirty new dishes in a single monthaand her kids would try them all. Was it nuts for two working parents to take on this challenge? Yes. But did it transform family dinner from stressful grind to happy ritual? Completely. Here, Rosenstrachacreator of the beloved blog and book Dinner: A Love Storyashares her story, offering weekly meal plans, tons of organizing tips, and eighty-plus super-simple, kid-vetted recipes. Stuck in a rut? Ready to reboot dinner? Whether youave never turned on a stove or youare just starved for inspiration, this book is your secret weapon. Praise for Dinner: The Playbook aYour hard-to-please crew will wolf down these inventive ways to introduce afancya foods. Jenny Rosenstrach created them for her family, and she swears youall be shocked by the clean plates. . . . Dinner: The Playbook mixes aYou can do thisa inspiration, practical planning, and easy recipes [with] hard-earned wisdom for getting a kid-pleasing meal on the table, night after night.aaRedbook aThe master of simple, low-stress cooking. You might know her from her blog, Dinner, A Love Story; her new book, Dinner: The Playbook, is full of the same secret strategies for busy women.aaGlamour aFamilies and novice cooks who accept Rosenstrachas challenge will definitely find a few akeepersa here.aaLibrary Journal aJenny Rosenstrach has truly mastered the art of the happy family dinner. This is the most sensible advice on cooking for kids Iave ever seen: no gimmicks, no tricks, just practical advice for working parents. I wish this book had been around when my son was small.aaRuth Reichl aThis book is for anyone who loves the promise of a home-cooked dinner but gets bogged down by the day-to-day reality of it: picky kids, picky spouses, the extinction of the nine-to-five workday, and the pressureaoh, the pressureato get it on the table before everyone collapses into a hangry (hungry + angry) meltdown. Which is to say that this book is for me, me, me. And I bet itas for you too.aaDeb Perelman, author of The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook aWell, Jenny Rosenstrach, on the behalf of my whole family, thanks for the most practicalaand yet still inspiredacookbook on our shelf. You are singularly responsible for my return to the kitchen.aaKelly Corrigan, author of Glitter and Glue aJenny Rosenstrach is warm, wise and a genius when it comes to dinners.aaJoanna Goddard, blogger, A Cup of Jo From the Trade Paperback edition.NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Three signs you need this book: 1) Chicken fingers qualify as adventurous. (Hey, theyare not nuggets.) 2) You live in fear of the white stuff touching the green stuff. 3) Family dinner?
|Title||:||Dinner: The Playbook|
|Publisher||:||Ballantine Books - 2014-08-26|