Pure and Simple

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I have loved cooking since I was a little girl.  Mom was kind enough to invite me into her kitchen at a very early age and teach me how to prepare great meals for our family.  As the years went by, cooking became one of my favorite hobbies.  I checked out huge stacks of cookbooks from the library, collected recipes from friends, and watched the Food Network channel every chance I got.  Eventually, I had a pretty formidable recipe collection of my own.  Friends and family began asking me for recipes instead of the other way around.  I’ve been asked, “May I have that recipe, please?” so many times that a few years ago, I decided to put them all into one cookbook.  Years of editing, testing, re-testing, and more editing followed until I despaired of ever finishing Pure and Simple.

 

But at long last, it is ready.

 

The slideshow above shows just a few of the 140+ recipes in Pure and Simple.  (Are you getting hungry yet?)  You’ll find plenty of recipes for traditionally packaged foods (muffins, sandwich bread, pancakes, brownies, cookies, tortillas) in this cookbook. Contrary to popular belief, cooking from scratch is easy and fun – and once you get used to it, it doesn’t take much longer than opening a box.  There are recipes for everything from Gumbo to Peppermint Bark to Chicken Parmesan to Chocolate Spice Cake.  If you’re interested in buying Pure and Simple, just click the My Book Shop button in the top right corner of my blog.  I hope that the recipes that have served us so well will soon become your favorites!

 

As Julia Child would say, bon appétit!

 

Pure and Simple Front Cover

 

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One thought on “Pure and Simple

  1. Yay!!!! Yay!!!!!! Yay!!!!!!!
    I’m sooooooo happy you put this on here!
    Love, hugs, snuggles, kisses, rainbows, sprinkles and everything else that makes you happy:)

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