Save It Forward Suppers: A Simple Strategy to Save Time, Money, and Sanity by Cyndi Kane

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  • ISBN 10 0063042703
  • ISBN 13 9780063042704
  • Published Mar 15 2022
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher William Morrow & Co

Publishers Text

Home cooking—solved! Transform leftovers from each meal into a new dish and put a home-cooked dinner on the table every night with fifteen accessible weekly menus, from Cyndi “Hyacinth” Kane, often seen on Ree Drummond’s hit Food Network show and blog, The Pioneer Woman.

Whether you enjoy cooking or not, it can be exhausting to cook a new meal from scratch every single night—especially if you have a family to feed. Batch cooking is a way around this, but means that half your meals will be reheated leftovers, which gets unappetizing after a few days. Instead, Cyndi Kane uses her “Save It Forward” method to cut down on cooking time and food waste and still feed her family something new every night. She reserves components of each meal she cooks to play a part in her meal the next night, reimagining her leftovers without rehashing them.

In this beautiful, practical book, she provides 15 weekly menus for getting dinner on the table 5 to 6 days a week with as little fuss as possible, and her quirky, chatty tone makes meal prep fun, too. Each week is themed for the sort of week you expect to have, such as No Time to Spare, Mad Skills, and Simple Meats and Veggies. She follows four principles for each meal she puts in front of her family. Each dinner needs to meet the following criteria: delicious, kid-friendly but not boring, healthy, budget-friendly.

Each recipe is accompanied by beautiful watercolor illustrations, with many including details of techniques and step-by-step visuals. Some of the recipes (and transformations) included are:

Roasted Pork Loin (and Mexican Pork Stew)

Rotisserie-at-Home Chicken (and Chicken and Wild Rice Soup)

Stuffed Peppers over Pasta (and Italian Fritatta)

Readers will feel like dinnertime superheroes with these low-stress, super-practical, time-saving meals!