Do you want to eat badass nourishing meals, but don’t want to cook every single night?
Do you want to reduce the honking 6 p.m. stress in your home?
Do you want to spend less time and money shopping for arcane ingredients?
Then get ready to discover the genius of batch cooking.
Susan Jane White’s brilliant new book shows you how to eat well all week while respecting your time, money and patience. Learn to create meals that will sit in your fridge, hang out on your shelves or wait patiently in your freezer, giving you much more return on your kitchen investment.
So you can say yes to that bike ride with the kids or stay late at work to finish that report, because you took Three-Bean Chilli and Salted Coffee Caramels out of the freezer for dinner tonight. Clever batch.
Susan Jane White is an award-winning food writer and columnist with the Sunday Independent. When Susan was 25, she developed a serious immune disorder which marked the beginning of her nutritional pilgrimage. Her first book The Extra Virgin Kitchen debuted at No. 1 while her second book The Virtuous Tart bagged an Irish Book Award. As a financially squeezed, time-pressured mum, cooking from scratch every day was good for her health, but a serious challenge to her sanity – until she discovered batch cooking. She now lives blissfully in Dublin with her husband, two bandits and a never-ending supply of badass brownies.