Fool A Carnivore™ Cookbook
We all lead such busy lives, and it is easy to get pulled in different directions with work, social commitments, after school practices and activities, civic responsibilities, and non-profit events. I have many friends whose families literally eat dinner on the run between activities, or eat on a “serial basis,” with people coming and going at different times.
One of the reasons I committed the time to write this book is that I believe in the value of families sitting down together to enjoy a home-cooked family meal.
I am a busy attorney and have been a working mother throughout my son’s life. Although he is now an adult living in Tampa, we had home-cooked family meals almost every evening. Even now, when it’s just me and my husband, the process of cooking a healthy dinner gives me a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment that my “paid job” doesn’t provide.
I wrote Fool a Carnivore for the following people:
- Vegetarians living in a family of carnivores who make two different dinners every night.
- People who want to become vegetarians, but are concerned about getting enough protein – or just can’t get used to the sight of their plates minus the meat.
- Carnivores who have a child or spouse that wants to become a vegetarian.
- Flexitarians who want to eat less meat (the Meatless Monday crowd).
I’m working on a new cookbook. I’ve got lots of new recipes under development, but if there is a specific interest you have please let me know. Jump onto my list and you’ll be the first to know when my next cookbook is available.