The School Year Survival Cookbook is more than just recipes

Two weeks ago, I swept all the cookbooks, printed-out Internet recipes and ripped-up magazine pages from my disorganized kitchen shelf. I put this book there instead. My family life improved

When I became a parent nine years ago, I had no idea that breastfeeding my son was a six-month respite from what would become the big challenge of family life: Cooking.

At least for me, a former career girl with little interest in cooking, the fact of putting healthy, delicious and budget-wise meals on the table three times a day seemed like a major task, and one I wasn’t cut out for. Actually, over time, I realized it’s several separate but connected tasks: planning, shopping, prepping, cooking and cleaning up.

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