The paperback reissue of a cookbook Jenny Rosenstratch calls “Wholesome, simple, and most important, strategic.”
The new cover and lower price point aim to reach a broader audience.
Forty meals—made up of 100 recipes—for nutritious family dinners: With many vegetarian options, the dinners here focus on whole foods with an emphasis on in-season vegetables and whole grains.
Tips, strategies, and advice to give parents confidence: Sarah’s down-to-earth approach to cooking, paired with her expertise as a nutritionist, will set parents at ease and give them the confidence they need to provide their family with a healthy, home-cooked meal.
Weeknight meals, Sunday suppers, and favorites from friends: While most meals are appropriate for busy weeknights (including slow cooker recipes for fully packed days), each season also offers a more involved Sunday supper that invites the whole family to the kitchen. In addition, guest meals take us into the homes of other families, bringing more voices to the table.
Beautiful photos show a family at ease in the kitchen. With a girl-next-door quality, Sarah Waldman comes across as a friend offering advice while also in the parenting trenches. The presentation is relaxed, casual, and playful.
“Sarah’s recipes are my favorite kind of recipes—wholesome, simple, and most important, strategic. Feeding young kids often requires a bona fide battle plan, and this book outlines that plan deliciously.”— Jenny Rosenstrach, author of Dinner: A Love Story and How to Celebrate Everything
“I consider myself pretty adept at cooking wholesome meals, but since I’ve had kids, I have found it more difficult to make something for dinner that everyone will eat. Sarah’s book is filled with ideas that help put a colorful and virtuous meal on the table without complicating things or taking a ton of time. I’ll be using this book as a weekly reference.”—Sara Forte, author of Sprouted Kitchen and Sprouted Kitchen: Bowl + Spoon
“Sarah Waldman’s Feeding a Family is filled with recipes for simple, wholesome, and seasonal meals. Maybe more important, it offers a recipe for cultivating a family mealtime tradition where stress and fuss melt away and togetherness takes center stage. Written in a style that’s relatable, upbeat, and encouraging, Feeding a Family gives parents of young children pragmatic tips for reclaiming dinnertime, one meal at a time.”—Erin Boyle, author of Simple Matters and creator of the blog Reading My Tea Leaves
“Sarah Waldman’s Feeding a Family manages to be beautifully modern and dreamily old-fashioned in equal measure. It reminds us that taking the time to cook from scratch is one of the most full-hearted ways to care for a family and provides the tools and season-by-season recipes to make it happen. The deliciously homespun desserts alone are worth the price of the book.”—Katie Sullivan Morford, author of Rise & Shine
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