Cooking on the Edge of Insanity

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Emily Rosenbaum is that mother; the one who avoids chemicals, minimizes food waste, shops locally, and tries to convince her son that lemonade is not a fruit. Don’t even get her started on BPAs. In Cooking on the Edge of Insanity, Rosenbaum shares recipes and tells the tale of living sustainably while cooking for a family of five. Don’t bother to tell her she’s nuts. She already knows. More

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Words: 13,150
Language: English
About Emily Rosenbaum

Emily Rosenbaum is a writer, mother, adult survivor of child abuse, cook, and lousy gardener who strives to live sustainably in New Jersey. Her publications include Bitch, Hip Mama, Glamour, and Brain, Child.

Reviews

Review by: Lilian Nattel on May 19, 2011 :
I'm a beginning cook (true confession!) and this book makes my mouth water. We're vegetarians and there are some meat recipes, but easily adapted. Mainly they're wonderful because they are nutritious and kid-friendly, a hard combination to find!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tessa Nicholas on May 18, 2011 :
Emily Rosenbaum is "that mother"--the mother you wish you could be: funny, smart, well-informed, devoted even when frustrated. In the style of the classic cookbooks (think MFK Fisher), this little book is part essay, part cookbook, part revelation. Her heart and mind are present on every page; you'll laugh and you'll learn.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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