Mini Cookbook Series 

As we all know, saving time is always important and I wanted to stop the rut of thumbing
through endless cookbooks or Google searches that tend to be quite time consuming. What
starts out to be a quick carrot salad search ends up being a daunting task of finding the
right recipe and often takes more time than you anticipated, leaving you with too many
options, not having all of the ingredients on hand, and even overwhelmed and intimidated
by the “perfect” pictures of the finished recipe. This process usually ends with you being
disappointed and unmotivated; now that you sat down to look for a recipe you’re relaxed
and all of a sudden what seemed like a great idea turns into: “I really don’t feel like cooking
anymore”. Sound familiar? Absolutely, we’ve all done this. I decided to put a stop to that
repeated pattern and created this series of simple, easy to follow recipes, with no photos to
allow each kitchen to create their own end result without the intimidation of a staged
“perfect” looking recipe. This mini series of cookbooks is full of recipes with good old fashion
cooking that will help you to get out of a rut and discover new, mouthwatering recipes with
a wide variety of healthy foods and vegetables. It’s time to say goodbye to the same old
steamed, roasted or grilled vegetables and say hello to a whole lot more choices and brand
new ways to cook your fruits and vegetables. The simplicity of this recipe book series is to
give you new choices, spark an old family recipe you’ve once made, and provide you with
recipes that are easy to follow and prepare without unnecessary steps. Kind of like the good
old days, when recipes past on were simple and easy to make, without steps and nutritional
information. But don’t let that scare you. Remember, back in time grandma didn’t have such
facts or ways of computing nutritional information, but you do! With the internet, you can
use a wide variety of ways to get the nutritional facts if you must; however, most of the
recipes are simple and heathy-ish, the way grandma used to pass them down. So have fun,