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Mom's Summer Reading List: Eat At Home: 101 Simple Busy-Family Recipes for Your Slow Cooker, Sheet Pan, Instant Pot, and More.

By: Tom
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Going into the new school year, this is the book that will take the stress off of making sure your family gets dinner. And that is a gift for you and your family. I was impressed with not only the recipes but also the explanations and planning tips that help even Johnny and I get dinner at a much reduced stress rate. - Stacey

 

Tiffany King is the founder of the Eat at Home website and she has written a new cookbook called Eat At Home: 101 Simple Busy-Family Recipes for Your Slow Cooker, Sheet Pan, Instant Pot, and More. In it shares recipes focused on simplicity, flavor, and healthy balance to help home cooks end every day with an affordable family dinner. This cookbook is crafted for those nights "when life happens." This is the cookbook to turn to when all hope of a homemade, wholesome dinner seems lost: when the fridge is empty, when it's already 8pm, when one kid has soccer practice and the other dance, when there's no time for cleanup because homework has to get done. Just like her blog, Tiffany's book is tirelessly encouraging and realistic and I can’t wait for you to hear what she has to share.

 

Days to Read: too many to count

Referred back to: numerous times as it sits on my kitchen counter

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