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Dinner: The Playbook: A 30-Day Plan for Mastering the Art of the Family Meal
 
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Dinner: The Playbook: A 30-Day Plan for Mastering the Art of the Family Meal [Format Kindle]

Jenny Rosenstrach

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Advance praise for Dinner: The Playbook
 
“Jenny Rosenstrach has truly mastered the art of the happy family dinner. This is the most sensible advice on cooking for kids I’ve ever seen: no gimmicks, no tricks, just practical advice for working parents. I wish this book had been around when my son was small.”—Ruth Reichl
 
“This book is for anyone who loves the promise of a home-cooked dinner but gets bogged down by the day-to-day reality of it: picky kids, picky spouses, the extinction of the nine-to-five workday, and the pressure—oh, the pressure—to get it on the table before everyone collapses into a hangry (hungry + angry) meltdown. Which is to say that this book is for me, me, me. And I bet it’s for you too.”—Deb Perelman, author of The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

“Well, Jenny Rosenstrach, on the behalf of my whole family, thanks for the most practical—and yet still inspired—cookbook on our shelf. You are singularly responsible for my return to the kitchen.”—Kelly Corrigan, author of Glitter and Glue
 
“As a mother of two young children, I was always racked with guilt when serving hummus and crackers for dinner or suggesting yet another night of scrambled eggs. But this brilliant guide is—no exaggeration—changing my life. I was more than happy to let Jenny be my boss for thirty days and whip me—and my family’s dinner—into shape. Think of this book as the world’s most delicious boot camp.”—Joanna Goddard, blogger, A Cup of Jo

Présentation de l'éditeur

Three signs you need this book:
1) Chicken fingers qualify as adventurous. (Hey, they’re not nuggets.)
2) You live in fear of the white stuff touching the green stuff.
3) Family dinner? What’s family dinner?
 
When Jenny Rosenstrach’s kids were little, her dinner rotation looked like this: Pasta, Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Pasta. It made her crazy—not only because of the mind-numbing repetition, but because she loved to cook and missed her prekid, ketchup-free dinners.  Her solution? A family adventure: She and her husband, Andy, would cook thirty new dishes in a single month—and her kids would try them all. Was it nuts for two working parents to take on this challenge? Yes. But did it transform family dinner from stressful grind to happy ritual? Completely. 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 super-simple, kid-vetted recipes.
 
Stuck in a rut? Ready to reboot dinner? Whether you’ve never turned on a stove or you’re just starved for inspiration, this book is your secret weapon.

Advance praise for Dinner: The Playbook
 
“Jenny Rosenstrach has truly mastered the art of the happy family dinner. This is the most sensible advice on cooking for kids I’ve ever seen: no gimmicks, no tricks, just practical advice for working parents. I wish this book had been around when my son was small.”—Ruth Reichl
 
“This book is for anyone who loves the promise of a home-cooked dinner but gets bogged down by the day-to-day reality of it: picky kids, picky spouses, the extinction of the nine-to-five workday, and the pressure—oh, the pressure—to get it on the table before everyone collapses into a hangry (hungry + angry) meltdown. Which is to say that this book is for me, me, me. And I bet it’s for you too.”—Deb Perelman, author of The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

“Well, Jenny Rosenstrach, on the behalf of my whole family, thanks for the most practical—and yet still inspired—cookbook on our shelf. You are singularly responsible for my return to the kitchen.”—Kelly Corrigan, author of Glitter and Glue
 
“As a mother of two young children, I was always racked with guilt when serving hummus and crackers for dinner or suggesting yet another night of scrambled eggs. But this brilliant guide is—no exaggeration—changing my life. I was more than happy to let Jenny be my boss for thirty days and whip me—and my family’s dinner—into shape. Think of this book as the world’s most delicious boot camp.”—Joanna Goddard, blogger, A Cup of Jo


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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Solve the What's For Dinner? fight! 8 juillet 2014
Par A. Looby - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit (De quoi s'agit-il?)
I have been planning our meals for a while, so this didn't really give me anything new as far as that goes, but it is still a good reminder and has good recipes in the back. The book challenges the reader to undergo a 30 day family dinner plan. It has easy, mostly 30 minute, recipes to help you get started. The book will help you learn to organize a meal plan, shop for the meal plan, prepare for the week in advance and get a home-cooked meal on the table, every night.

Family dinners are essential. It's time to come together, to laugh, to talk, to just be together. There are so many studies out there that prove that family dinners are beneficial for children.

The meals in the book do not require a super skill level in cooking. They're easy and seem to be kid friendly. There is a lot of seafood, chicken and even several meatless meals. The majority of the recipes have notes at the end with suggested sides, how to prep parts of the meal ahead of time, how to store it, how to freeze and use later (useful for doubling a batch sometimes), and what to do in the morning to get a leap on dinner time.

What I really like about the recipes is that they don't rely on pouch, box, frozen or canned ingredients (you do use some canned tomato and beans). This is all fresh, real food. The pan-fried pizza in particular has been a favorite. Some recipes have quite a few ingredients, while others are very simple. There's a good range in there.

There are sections for the 21 quick suggested sides as well as 15 "fancier" recipes. The book also includes a planning sheet for the week where you put in the meal, grade the meal and decide if you want to keep it in your rotation.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you used to love to cook before the kids came along, but it seems tedious now... 21 juillet 2014
Par Denise Patterson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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...then this is the book for you! This is the second of her books based on her popular Dinner: A Love Story blog. The first book mostly tells how SHE did it, this second book breaks it down & tells you how YOU can do it. It's a menu-planning guide for giving yourself a 30-day reboot to enjoy cooking again. It is NOT a beginner cook's menu planning guide! This will have you in the kitchen daily, breaking down recipes into prep steps to pre-prep as much as possible, AND getting the rest of the family involved in cooking too. An experienced cook can bread cutlets while directing a child to wash greens and remember to make twice as much rice so you have some for Tuesday's dish, but a beginning cook might end up weeping in a corner with all that going on at once! You have to know what you are doing & be organized enough to keep on top of a lot of little details.

The first thing you do is pick a start date (she suggests the following Sunday, whenever that may be), and then get your family to help pick recipes. This was the part that almost made me quit before we started!! My husband picked REALLY elaborate and/or expensive dishes. I vetoed the Middle Eastern delicacy that called for $35 worth of fresh herbs (and that's not even counting the lamb!), but I did make the cabbage rolls that had four sub-recipes and took three hours to complete. My daughter picked out nothing but Chinese dishes. My son picked out quiche lorraine, ham & cheddar frittata, bacon & monterey jack scrambled eggs, ham & swiss hash with poached eggs - seeing a theme here? :-)

But we are halfway through, and it IS working. The kids are really enjoying rating their picks, and I'm having more fun cooking now. Believe it or not, it was the three hour, four sub-recipe cabbage rolls that was the turning point. At first I thought that was CRAZY - my weeknight family dinners have been in a rut of protein with a sauce, steamed veg, and rice or bread (I have the only kids in the world that don't like potatoes). So it has been awhile since I've done anything that took longer than 30 minutes, and it HASN'T really been fun cooking for a long time. But, I made the sub-recipes ahead of time, and as I was stuffing the cabbage rolls with the help of my eight year old son, I realized that I was having fun again. I liked taking the extra time to make it more interesting! I liked the challenge of trying to make Ma Po Do Fu as authentically as possible (Szechuan peppercorns really DO numb your lips!). And it was great to see the kids getting excited when 'their' picks came up. So, it's working really well for us! I would recommend this to anyone who likes cooking as a hobby but is having trouble incorporating it into their busy life.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fight the Dinner Rut!!! 4 août 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fight the dinner rut. This is the a great book, not only change your relationship with dinner but also
improves your family time and gives you everyday solutions. The author has "rules" and steps on how
to develop a great meal plan for your family dinners. Even has suggestion about dealing with "picky eater".

I really like the authors tone and how down to earth her opinions are about you can easy can have a
love relationship with dinner. For us working mom this can be a love/hate situation and the guilt of just
serving take out is far greater.

The meal plan pages are great simple visual to open your mind to different recipes and how you can vary them
on a daily basis. Love that the ingredients are everyday foods and love the mixtures of soups, fresh vegetables. She also talks
about how to deal with unknown ingredients, this is big for a lot of us, I cant get myself to buy anchovies for any recipe.

One of the recipes that sound so delicious is the Chorizo Tacos with Slaw and avocado and chicken BLTs. Very simple ingredient and fast to put together. All in all the recipes sound really good cant wait to try some of them.

The last part of the book is call the Workbook and it has" Operation 30 days Report cards" for you to score the recipes.

This book is a keeper!!!
Enjoy
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Meal Planner Newbie's Guide 4 août 2014
Par Andrea L. Heyart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit (De quoi s'agit-il?)
I am a meal planning maniac. For three years now I have printed out blank calendars and filled out entire months with the meals I plan to serve each day. I spend about four to five hours each month looking up recipes, thinking back to favorite meals, making shopping lists and utilizing overlapping ingredients. I was hoping this book might give me fresh ideas and help me to streamline the process. Instead it gave me a few novel tips, one or two recipes my family might enjoy and some sweet personal antidotes.

This book is more for the beginner of advance meal planning. If you've been planning your dinners for more than a few months, then this book won't revolutionize anything for you. That being said, it does have several recipes you might enjoy, stories of a kindred spirit, and a few tips and perspectives that might make it worth the read.

The author offers ideas to get children interested in trying new foods and ingredients and that chapter alone should sell this book to anyone with children that they may cook for.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this book, even if I wasn't able to take away new information, and will definitely pass it on to my sister who is just starting to plan meals in advance.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Reliable recipes, some costly. 25 juillet 2014
Par L. MB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I didn't make all the recipes in this book but I had my family pick out a few. I followed all directions completely. All the recipes turned out good and the family loved them. Favorites: sloppy joes, maple candy pork chops, and steak sandwiches with gruyere. The ingredients were easy to find and meals easy to cook. I couldn't give 5 stars for two reasons, one my family didn't like any of the side dishes, and #2 some of these recipes are expensive to make. The steak sandwich one for example. Since I followed each recipe exactly, to review fairly I didn't substitute ingredients. The gruyere cheese at my local big box market came out to $2 a slice! The cost of this recipe, not counting ingredients I thought would be in most kitchens like oil, salt pepper, onion, garlic came out to $26 for the four sandwich recipe! That does not include price of "everyday" ingredients! That at is over $8 a sandwich. I find that a bit pricey as it is only the cost of the main course of the meal.

In short: the recipes are reliable and good. But if you are on a budget pay attention to ingredients. I will use this book again. It is a good cookbook. As far as a "plan" not so much because as I said I couldn't find a side dish in it anyone besides me liked.
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