Yeah, the world is awash in Paleo-themed cookbooks. Not a problem for me, really, because is there such a thing as too many books about food and cooking? I think not. Other than the perennial not-enough-room-in-the-kitchen-bookcase situation (some of them migrate to the basement shelves).
Kelly Brozyna has written a couple of cookbooks previous to Easy Paleo Meals, but one is about chocolate-based foods, and the other about ice cream, so they aren’t to be found in my house. Here’s why Easy Paleo Meals made the cut. To quote the author:
“If I’ve proven anything with this book, it’s not that I’m a fan of cooking, it’s that I’m a fan of eating.”
Hell yes! This is what I want to hear, a cookbook written by someone who enjoys eating food as much or more than preparing it. I’m no foodie, I aspire to be a better and more imaginative cook than I am, but I consistently find myself working hard to prepare lots of food, and get ahead with meals, rather than researching recipes and utilizing the spices and ingredients already to be found in my kitchen.
Easy Paleo Meals helps me expand my horizons and try some things outside of my wheelhouse. Sure, Kelly includes lots of desserts and other pastry-type foods I won’t try, but the Sausage & Egg Pizza is in my sights!
Another keeper from Victory Belt Publishing, who seem intent on cornering the Paleo cookbook market.
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