The Whole Smiths Real Food Every Day: Healthy Recipes to Keep Your Family Happy Throughout the Week (Hardcover)
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The follow-up to the best-selling The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook with easy recipes for weeknight cooking
Today, more than ever, people are looking to transition to a whole foods-based diet, aware of the health benefits of fresh foods over highly processed options. Still, people are used to convenience, and have busy schedules and little time to put a meal on the table. The Whole Smiths Real Food Every Day solves the problem of what’s for dinner during a hectic week. With simple, accessible recipes that are designed to be made ahead, used for leftovers, or thrown into a slow cooker, families will be able to easily prepare healthy meals on a regular basis. Chapters like Sheet Pan Recipes, One-Pot Wonders, Meal Prep, and Leftover Makeovers will guide readers in making the most of their time in the kitchen while delivering healthy recipes that can be made with minimal effort. This follow-up to the best-selling The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook will also highlight which recipes are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and more, making it easy to prepare recipes to fit into any diet.
About the Author
Michelle Smith is the blogger behind the popular food blog, The Whole Smiths, and author of the best-selling The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook. She resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two young daughters. When Michelle's children were born, she started paying close attention to the foods they were eating and quickly realized how much processed food had become "normal" food in so many households, hers included. After dabbling in the paleo diet she quickly saw improvement in her family's overall health and wellness and was hooked. Shortly thereafter, she decided to start a food blog called the Whole Smiths and share the recipes that she was creating for her family. Michelle is passionate about creating healthy dishes the entire family will enjoy and doesn’t feel that clean eating should feel pretentious, but accessible and fun for everybody. When she’s not tinkering around in the kitchen she enjoys hiking, yoga, and live music.