It's been a crazy couple weeks back from vacation. Life is normally a blur, but it hit warp speed. I would guess the big news around this kitchen is that our book is now out and we're doing some of the PR work for it — along with the busy day job, of course. The link above was a new experience for me, I spent 45 minutes on live radio, taking calls from parents. They had some great tips, recipes and insights so give it a listen. Sorry about my voice.
Congrats to _vtg_ as you were the only comment for the last book giveaway, you will get all three. Cool, huh? Leave me your snail mail address at farmerfare [at] gmail [dot] com.
“This book is jammed with info: guidelines, pantry lists, meal-planning techniques and time-savers—yet the energetic authors make it feel as fresh as our next family dinner can be, with their plate-cleaning help. “ — BookPage
"Presented in a colorful, kid-friendly style, with mom-next-door chatty text, this guide offers advice on what to choose and how to cook it in a fast-food age." — Library Journal
"This crayon-colored real-food manifesto from mommy bloggers Bader and Benjamin, gives parents plenty of ammo in the never-ending battle to get their kids to eat better." — Publishers Weekly
"Authors and bloggers Beth Bader and Ali Benjamin both believe that having children should not automatically necessitate cooking one meal for the adults and a separate meal for the little ones. And their book, The Cleaner Plate Club, proves that they know what they’re talking about." — Sacramento Book Review
“A down-to-earth guide for busy parents trying to raise healthy kids.”
— Elizabeth Kolbert, author of Field Notes from a Catastrophe
"In our hectic, fast-paced, busy lives, parents often put healthy eating on the back burner. The Cleaner Plate Club is full of tips to help families go ‘from nuggets to nutritious.’ A must have for every family’s kitchen!"
— Jennifer Shu, MD, Pediatrician and co-author of Food Fights
“It's like Michael Pollan for real people.”
— KCUR, Kansas City Public Media (link includes recipes!)
“A friendly, balanced mix of real food manifesto, vegetable encyclopedia, and regular weeknight cookbook.”