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  • Sumati Krishnan says:

    I’m watching your google talk and it occurred to me …. I learnt to cook, AFTER I had my kids, so a whole other type of exigent situation, if not financial. So I would suggest that you gear your cookbooks towards dishes that are 1) repeatable – kids DO NOT need endless variety, something that foodies can’t really wrap their heads around. 2) nutritional quality in terms of daily requirements – NOT food plate, but just enough veggies, fruit, herbs etc.

  • Kaki Shields says:

    I recently introduced your cookbook to the Teresa McCormack Center in Medford, OR, and we will be ordering some soon, and creating a cooking classes around the book for our clients! Thank you. I am also aware that a major demographic for us is single older women–and a few men–and several have expressed to me desire to learn to cook better for one. There are certainly cookbooks out there, and of course you can cut recipes in half or thirds, but it might be another cookbook for you to consider. Thanks for what you’ve done here! Kaki

    • Donavan says:

      We are new to the book and have also learned the portion sizes are great for two (or one!) the few smaller portion leftovers here and there are nice too.

      What Katy has done sounds like a kind thing to do- and kudos to you for that. A MAJOR Kudos to the author for providing an EASY to read, follow, and enjoy work that is actually functional- rather than something that takes up space on the shelf.

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