With all the extra time at home, I feel like I’ve been doing a lot more cooking than I normally do. Between not commuting and eating lunch at home, I’m spending a lot more time in the kitchen. Since we’re going to be spending a lot more time cooking at home for the foreseeable future, here are some cookbooks we think would help make dining at home a lot easier!
The Magnolia Table Cookbooks by Joanna Gaines
Magnolia Table and Magnolia Table, Volume 2 are cookbooks filled with recipes from Joanna’s own home that she shares with her husband, Chip, and their five kids, as well as recipes from the couple’s restaurant, Magnolia Table; Silos Baking Co; and their new coffee shop: Magnolia Press. From breakfast to dinner and everything in between, these beautifully photographed cookbooks.
Week Light: Super-Fast Meals to Make You Feel Good by Donna Hay
Week Light is a beautiful new cookbook that you’ll want to use every night of the week. Filled with super-quick, family-friendly, fuss-free meals, these recipes use vegetables in a whole new way. Vegetables are at the forefront of nearly every recipe, with a few meat options thrown in, and there are lots of Donna Hay’s all-time classics re-worked to include more goodness. This book is about using food to refuel and re-energize, while nurturing ourselves with flavour.
The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook by MD Gundry Steven R.
From weeknight dinners to make-ahead breakfasts to snacks and even lunchbox-ready meals, The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook includes more than 80 recipes that make cooking for a family a breeze. Plus, the majority of the quick and easy recipes are Instant-Pot friendly!
5 Ingredients—Quick & Easy Food by Jamie Oliver
Cooking doesn’t have to be complicated—that’s why 5 Ingredients is sure to become your new best friend in the kitchen. Every recipe uses just five key ingredients, ensuring you can get a meal together fast, whether it’s finished and on the table in a flash, or after minimal hands-on prep, you’ve let the oven do the hard work for you. It’s about spending a little time to deliver a lot of flavour.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks: The New Frontier by Ree Drummond
This book contains 112 brand new recipes, that use everything from a skillet to a Dutch oven to a pressure cooker, with dozens of lower-carb options. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: The New Frontier delivers a big list of fabulous new dishes, including everything from scrumptious breakfasts, to satisfying soups and sandwiches, to delicious suppers and sides, as well a collection of irresistible sweets.
Greenfeast: Spring, Summer by Nigel Slater
The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetarian cookbooks, perfect for people who want to eat less meat without compromising on flavor and ease of cooking. Greenfeast: Spring, Summer is a vibrant and joyous collection of 110 simply beautiful spring and summer recipes that can be on the table in 30 minutes.
Bish Bash Bosh! by Ian Theasby and Henry David Firth
Filled with more than 120 unmissable new favorite dishes, Bish Bash Bosh! will show readers, vegan or not, how imaginative and easy plant-based food can be. These simple, no-fuss recipes will pack in the flavor with unbelievable results.
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