The act of preparing food should be more than mere habit or drudgery and daily meals should be joyful affairs, full of favorite recipes and family communion. That's the simple philosophy of Bill Eichner, a Vermont doctor who has raised two daughters as a divorced father and who wrote a cookbook for them as they left the next for college and careers.
With its emphasis on health and nutrition, this book is a handy guide to simple, yet flavorful and exciting dishes that can be prepared quickly and enjoyed every day of the week. But it also includes much more: a chapter on basic cooking equipment for cooks who are just starting out, a complete menu for a festive Thanksgiving dinner (the ultimate family get-together), traditional recipes from around the world, including the Dominican Republic and South Asia, special instructions for finding and using fresh produce in season and information on freezing and preserving the summer bounty from the farm or backyard garden. 100 recipes.
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