2011 IACP Award Winner!
"Sara's recipes are the best! They're delicious, versatile, and fool-proof. I've even claimed some of them as my own." -Isaac Mizrahi, designer
Sara Moulton's recipes bring the diverse international flavors that make up American cuisine straight to the dinner table. Home cooking in America has never been more fun, and Sara captures the feel of what makes it valuable to families. --Marcus Samuelsson, award-winning chef & cookbook author
"One thing about Sara Moulton: She cooks what we all want to eat. Plus she has the clearest, most easy-going way of explaining how we can cook it. Which is great, because just reading her recipes for Eggs with Crispy Kimchi Rice, Fried Catfish BLTs, Warm Steak House Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing, and Farfalle with Mushrooms and Bacon has made me very hungry, and ready to put some delicious food a la Sara on my family's table. Everyday Family Dinners also includes loads of practical advice, and a Two For One' chapter that's worth the price of the book." --Rick Bayless, chef-owner of Chicago's Frontera Grill & host of Public Television's Mexico: One Plate at a Time
"A dream of mine is to find quick, fool-proof, gourmet recipes. This book is a dream come true. It takes great, easy twists on many classic, famous recipes and revises them so the chicken can't be overcooked, so the sauce tastes bold and creamy, so the noodles aren't mushy, and so sweet and savory flavors are balanced. In addition to these great fool-proof insights, Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners makes me feel like I could be an everyday gourmet." - Brian Wansink, PhD, author of Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think
You could spend hours combing the web for dinner ideas, or you could just buy Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners. Veteran food pro and savvy mom, she knows exactly what you want and how much time you've got to pull it off. Not many books get to live in my kitchen—this one will. And I'm giving a copy to each of my daughters too. --Pam Anderson, USA Weekend Food Columnist and blogger at threemanycooks.com