This cookbook chronicles the skill-set I have learned in the kitchen as a financially squeezed, time-pressured mum. Batch cooking has opened up a whole new world for me; a world without kitchen cuffs, wailing children, superfood sonatas or pans to scrub.
Care to join me there?
As an under-caffeinated, financially cramped, time pinched mum, my kitchen management needed re-evaluation. Sometimes I got it right. But most evenings I felt like a Winegum in a combine harvester. Being short on time, money and patience, I had a problem.
I wanted to cook badass nourishing meals but I didn’t want to cook every single night. I wanted to reduce the honking stress at 6pm in our home. I wanted to spend less time in the grocery store looking for arcane ingredients. And I wanted to spend more time at home, high-fiving my genius. I didn’t need another freaking meditation app. What I needed was to get through the month without maxing my Visa or adrenal glands.
So these days, my freezer plays an Oscar-worthy role.
You can grab your copy in bookstores nationwide, or home delivery outside Ireland with Amazon.
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In other news, if you struggle to feed your family healthy food, take a look at my last Instagram post. There’s an awe-inspiring murmuration of savvy mums sharing tips on how to sneak veggies onto kid’s dinner plates. Genius. One of my favourites in the thread is frozen cauliflower into smoothies – it blends up like creamy frozen banana.