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  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Courses & Dishes / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Food For The Family Soul
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:160
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9780578461663

Food for the Family Soul

Call Your Mother in Law

by Ashley Nunez

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Overview
Food For The Family Soul is a new take on good old fashioned family get-togethers.  Each book in the series is designed as a catalyst to bring families together cooking in the kitchen. Call your mother in the law is the first in the series.  The magic behind the series is that the books all work together with recipes that compliment other recipes in the following book. These books are the go-to cookbooks for all families. Ashley Nunez an avid home cook, food photographer, and Instagramer has produced a new exciting twist on traditional cookbooks. It's simply delicious food that not only brings the family back to the table but into the kitchen! Gorgeous photos with every recipe to inspire you and keep you wanting to make mealtime fresh and exciting.  Her eclectic style stems from the perfect blend of her worldwide travel and living all across U. S., but the real spice being the lessons she learned marrying into a Cuban family.   Recipes have carb and protein counts so you can take out all the guesswork. Perfect for people counting their carbs and Type 1 Diabetes like Ashley herself.   Ashley makes fresh food that is accessible whether you are a seasoned chef or a new cook.  It's all about bringing the family back to the kitchen in an engaging and fun new way. Using fresh ingredients that entice the family to gather in the kitchen. Homestyle This is just yum something grandma would make not caring about carbs or fat.   Mediterranean focused on olive oil, legumes, fruit, vegetables, fish, cheese and yogurt. Paleo focused on nuts, fruit, vegetables, roots and meat (no dairy). Keto lots of grass-fed butter, cream, nuts, coconut oil eating low to no carb and high good fat.
Description
Food For The Family Soul is a new take on good old fashioned family get-togethers.  Each book in the series is designed as a catalyst to bring families together cooking in the kitchen. Call your mother in the law is the first in the series.  The magic behind the series is that the books all work together with recipes that compliment other recipes in the following book. These books are the go-to cookbooks for all families. Ashley Nunez an avid home cook, food photographer, and Instagramer has produced a new exciting twist on traditional cookbooks. It's simply delicious food that not only brings the family back to the table but into the kitchen! Gorgeous photos with every recipe to inspire you and keep you wanting to make mealtime fresh and exciting.  Her eclectic style stems from the perfect blend of her worldwide travel and living all across U. S., but the real spice being the lessons she learned marrying into a Cuban family.   Recipes have carb and protein counts so you can take out all the guesswork. Perfect for people counting their carbs and Type 1 Diabetes like Ashley herself.   Ashley makes fresh food that is accessible whether you are a seasoned chef or a new cook.  It's all about bringing the family back to the kitchen in an engaging and fun new way. Using fresh ingredients that entice the family to gather in the kitchen. Homestyle This is just yum something grandma would make not caring about carbs or fat.   Mediterranean focused on olive oil, legumes, fruit, vegetables, fish, cheese and yogurt. Paleo focused on nuts, fruit, vegetables, roots and meat (no dairy). Keto lots of grass-fed butter, cream, nuts, coconut oil eating low to no carb and high good fat. Some of the recipes you will find: Cauliflower Italian Bread Sticks Cuban Steaks Brussel Sprout Gratin Halibut With Curried Cream Sauce Spinach Salad With Warm Dressing Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup Spiced Sweet Potatoes with Smashed Egg Whipped Tiramisu custard
About the author
I grew up in a small Italian family. I was an only child born of an only child. So I spent my time with adults cooking in the kitchen for as long as I can remember. I learned a lot growing up, but I have my own style. I have taken some cooking classes here and there however I am self-taught. One of my earliest memories is standing on a stool in my great grandmothers (who spoke Italian) kitchen stirring a pot of sauce. Cooking is in my blood. The life I have lived has led to this point. Cooking from the age of two, moving tons. (16 schools by the time I graduated from high school). At 11 I had a neighbor form Louisiana I became her mother's helper, She introduced me to okra and gumbo, I found I loved southern food and wanted to know everything she would teach me. Every time we moved was an opportunity to meet new people and find exciting flavors. Growing up with an Italian upbringing and marrying into a Cuban family, I have melted my cooking into an eclectic style. Where I have found my self during all these transitions is in the kitchen. Families come together in the kitchen what better way to get to know each other faster than by cooking and eating together. I met my husband over twenty years ago within months I was cooking dinner for my soon to be in-laws in their kitchen. Between my Italian upbringing, blending into my Cuban family, living on the west coast, west, midwest and the south, my cooking touches many people. People are always asking for my recipes. I work hard to get them just right. Nothing makes me happier than seeing my family love their food. My travels influence my food. I find it exciting eating my way through a destination.

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