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The Weekday Vegetarians is about how I challenged my family to dial back on meat by limiting it to the weekends. It is no exaggeration when I say that before we took this on, a piece of animal protein anchored our plates five out of seven nights a week. Here I asked, what if we flipped that formula? What if we became Weekday Vegetarians? Honestly, when I pitched the book, I wasn’t 100% sure I could do it. So so many of the iconic recipes at my table were meat-based. But I’m convinced that it was the forgiving formula — five nights on, two nights off — that helped my family stay committed. In fact, it was so successful that plant-based eating started creeping into weekend meals and restaurant orders, eventually, so much so that we could legit call it a Lifestyle. You’ll find tips and tricks, strategies to get the kids on board, and of course 100-plus bold, delicious recipes designed to appeal to the meat-eater.
When you’re living with kids, and all the happy chaos that comes with them, it’s easy to feel like you’re speeding through life to get to the finish line. In this book, the New York Times bestselling author of Dinner: A Love Story, suggests this strategy: Slow down. Savor family rituals. Celebrate everything. How to Celebrate Everything is overflowing with reminders — and guides — for parents who want to capture the moments that matter. (And eat well while doing so.) The book includes 100-plus time-tested recipes with color photos, and a host of inspiring ideas for turning birthdays, holidays, and everyday occasions into cherished family traditions.
A 30-Day Plan for Mastering the Art of the Family Meal. Here, Rosenstrach—creator of the beloved blog and book Dinner: A Love Story—shares her story, offering weekly meal plans, tons of organizing tips, and eighty-plus kid-vetted recipes. Read More
Dinner: A Love Story is a cookbook/memoir that covers all the things that can happen at the family dinner table during every stage of a family’s life. That means the Just-Moved-in-Together Stage, the Just-Married Stage, the New Parent Stage, the Bonafide All-Parties-Present-and-Eating Stage. It contains nearly 120 recipes (favorites from this blog as well as brand new soon-to-be favorites) and over 50 color photographs. It is a book for anyone reaching a milestone — moving in together, getting married, having a baby — as well as anyone who thinks that ending the day with a shared meal is, well…just about the best way to end a day. Read More