Having traveled the path marked “Food as Medicine” for several years now, it’s hard to get me excited about a new Paleo cookbook. My bookshelves
As soon as the air turns crisp in the Rocky Mountains, you will find me in the kitchen baking. Usually it’s something practical, like cornbread
Ya’ll. It’s here. Today begins the biggest giveaway in Plan to Eat’s history with a $200 prize package. We’re so glad you’re here. You’ll find
WAIT! Don’t go! I know you have dozens of other tweets and posts and pins waiting to be looked at, and you glanced at this
I had the radio tuned to NPR one day while I was toodling around town running errands. I caught a portion of an intriguing interview
Confession: I judge books by their covers. Especially cookbooks*. Whenever I’m evaluating a new cookbook, I pull it out of the envelope, read the title,
Like all of you, our weather here in the Rocky Mountains of late has been erratic and unpredictable. On a sunny, record-breakingly warm day in
Imagine you’re walking through the French countryside. The sun is high and your stomach rumbly as you approach a charming cottage à l’heure du déjeuner, and you
The Sweet Pea was super excited when she found this cookbook in the library, Once Upon a Time in the Kitchen by Carol Odell. She
I am so glad to have had this book show up in my mailbox*, because I wouldn’t have picked it up at the bookstore. Isn’t
Book Reviews: The 21-Day Sugar Detox Guidebook and The 21-Day Sugar Detox Cookbook, by Diane Sanfilippo
Let’s start with a short quiz (an excerpt from the introduction of Diane Sanfilippo’s 21-Day Sugar Detox guidebook): Do you crave sugar all day, every day–or even
Ever since the Sweet Pea was allowed to have a crack at writing a cookbook review, the Bean has been asking for his turn. He’s
Today’s cookbook recommendation is just in time for those slow-cooking days of winter, when a bubbling stew can warm the house and the body. When
Let me tell you a little about myself. I’m a girl who has to observe certain diet restrictions in order to manage chronic illness. I’m
Did you think you’d never see the words Paleo and Chocolate together in a cookbook title? It seems a little scandalous, doesn’t it? Don’t worry
I often fantasize about being a prairie pioneer, cooking with Dutch ovens and lard, coals and fires. What can I say? I’m a little strange
I’ve long been a fan of Danielle Walker’s recipes, and I grabbed new favorite recipes regularly at her blog. Her food was always delicious and
The Sweet Pea is a creative soul. She loves to craft and assemble and invent and create. She enjoys playing the piano, but she loves composing.
Every once in a while a cookbook comes along to fill a niche on your bookshelf and you think to yourself, “Well, it’s about time!”
Ever since Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik introduced me to their freezer-cooking recipes in Fix, Freeze, Feast, I’ve been hooked. For the past two years I’ve
I first “met” Eric Toensmeier through his recent narrative, Paradise Lot, which tells the story of creating an edible garden on an urban lot in Massachusetts.
Confession: this is the third time I’ve sat down to write this book review. I have such a deep fondness for this cookbook that I’m
As I wandered through my local natural grocer’s recently, a stack of books on a table caught my eye. Recipes for flavored waters? I glanced
OMG! I have been so excited about this cookbook release! OMG! I am so excited to share it with you! OMG! I know you’re going
I’m always delighted to receive copies of cookbooks to review. I love books. I love cooking. We’re a good match for each other, cookbooks and
Assuming you were inspired by last week’s post on creating a kitchen garden, you may soon find yourself overrun with fresh fruit and veg in
Okay, I know I’ve been giving you lots of Paleo Diet cookbooks lately. The fact is that I spent months adapting recipes, working around ingredients,
Every family has a collective pool of memories; the time that one of the kids’ pants fell down while crossing the street, or the birthday
I recently was the grateful recipient of two intriguing cookbooks*. The author, Father Leo Patalinghug is a Catholic priest and a chef who is passionate
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