One of the many things that drew me to Waldorf style of homeschooling, besides the way academics are presented, was the focus on the seasons.
Maybe it is because we live where we basically get two seasons instead of 4 weather-wise, so anything that emphasizes seasonal elements has my interest and is something I want to incorporate into my children’s growing-up experience; including books, crafts, activities and yes, even foods.
That is why I was so happy to receive a copy of Vibrant Food: Celebrating the Ingredients, Recipes, and Colors of Each Season by Kimberley Hasselbrink for review. Cooking seasonally is something anyone can do and this cookbook makes it even easier by offering simple yet sophisticated recipes that use in season ingredients, divided by season,
I loved the beautiful color photos in this cookbook. While I own some classic cookbooks that don’t contain photos, the ones I find myself always pulling off the shelf to look at, read, and meal plan from are those that offer truly beautiful photography. This is a smaller cookbook, with approx. 65 recipes. Salads, appetizers, entrees, desserts and drink choices are all represented.
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If you want to grab your own copy, it is available on amazon here.
“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”
Happy Winter, Happy eats,