EATS; Enjoy all the Seconds: Review and Giveaway

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Eats

I was provided this book in order to review it.  All opinions & statements are my own.

Mary Rolph Lamontagne offers up 135 delicious recipes in her newest book, EATS: Enjoy All the Seconds.

The book is divided into chapters by color; Green, Purple, Red, Yellow and Whites.   Each food has a master recipe and then turns that into a set of dishes of alternate recipes.

Recipes in EATS : Enjoy All the Seconds range from simple sauteing broccoli to souffles.   I loved that for each food it included the health benefits, how to store it and recommendations on how to buy it at it’s peak or how to grow it yourself!  I learned a lot about what to look at in the farmers market or grocery store to find the freshest food.  Even without the recipes (which are amazing) the knowledge of how to buy, grow, store and use these foods is priceless.

The Watermelon and Lemon Spritzer looks delicious!  The Watermelon Granita looks perfect for a light dessert!   I love that Mary wants to show how easy it is to “eat well and reduce waste”.

Wasting food is wasting money!  Make the most of the food we buy (or grow!) by eliminating waste. Since households waste as much as 40% of their food- that’s 40% of our money being wasted!

You can pick up a copy of EATS: Enjoy All the Seconds on Amazon in both print and Kindle versions as well as in book stores!

Want to win your own copy?

Leave a comment on THIS blog post with which vegetable you’d love to cook with better.  Be sure to use a valid email address.

*All prizes are provided to the winner by the Sponsor and not Moola Saving Mom.com.

The giveaway begins at 12:01 am EST 7/27/2013 and ends 11;59 pm EST 7/28/2013

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Comments

  1. April Hanna says

    I’d like to know how to cook asparagus so that my family will eat it. I disguise it in veggie soup by cutting it up small but thats a winter dish. ;-)

  2. Crystal says

    My favorites are squash & zucchini . But i would have to say need to lear
    n more ways to fix zucchini.

  3. Kerri says

    I’m still trying to embrace eating more vegetables, so I’d like to learn how to cook with any of them.

  4. Jean says

    I need help with all vegetables. I would especially like ideas that combine more than one into a tasty dish.

  5. kim says

    i grew up eating okra from my dad’s garden, but have never cooked it myself. i love it fried or pickled (he made both), but would love a healthier alternative!

  6. Jessica says

    I would love to learn to cook more things with broccoli. I love this vegetable and it has so many health benefits!

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