Looking to start a healthier routine in the New Year? You may have heard of The Ranch at Live Oak based in Malibu, California. Their mission as stated on their website: “Through a guided fitness regime, wellness support and properly calibrated nutrition, our immersive programs allow guests to detoxify their bodies in a healthy, sustainable way, all while getting back to basics in nature.” While it may not be so easy for everyone to book reservations, fans of this sentiment can pick up “The Ranch at Live Oak Cookbook” at Relish Decor, and replicate some of the experience at home. Sounds like the perfect way to kickstart a year of mindful eating, right?Continue reading
Craving chocolate? Short on time? At Relish Decor, we’ve got your fix. Get ready to welcome “Mug Cakes: Chocolate” into your life (and your heart). This book is chock full of recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth in a hurry. How quick you ask? Well, most of these recipes will take two minutes in the microwave. Swing by and check this one out today!
On the hunt for the perfect gift for your cocktail-loving friend? End your search at Relish Decor this week. We’ve gathered our favorite suggestions for the ideal gift. Cheers to that!
It’s that time of year. The cold weather is keeping you indoors, making you crave the warmth of a lit fireplace and likely in search of a new winter cocktail. We have the perfect suggestion for you if you’re looking for new cocktail recipes for cold nights, any winter party, or just to enjoy. “Winter Cocktails: Mulled Ciders, Hot Toddies, Punches, Pitchers, and Cocktail Party Snacks” by Maria Del Mar Sacasa is Relish Decor’s go to pick this winter season. There is something for everyone and every occasion. If mixing up a new cocktail sounds like something you want to try, swing by and snag this book for yourself.
Fast Review: Everyone knows Paris is a culinary destination. Combine the beauty of the city with the charm and enthusiasm of author, Clotilde Dusoulier, and you’ve got a hundred recipes for success (not to mention inspiration to plan a trip to Paris). Grab this look and say oh là là!
Clotilde Dusoulier is a French food writer based in Montmartre, Paris. Her blog and cookbooks are all about celebrating the joys of cooking and being truly excited about it. She believes recipes should be simple, approachable, with a creative twist. She lives in a culinary mecca and gives readers her look into the vibrant and robust Parisian food scene. Readers of this book will fall in love with her accessible recipes, delightful stories and the beautiful photography (of both the food and the city)!
Mark Bittman expands on his bestselling breakthrough diet plan VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health…For Good. This book provides a flexitarian approach to cooking to help you ease into VB6 and make it a permanent style of eating.
Who doesn’t know Mark Bittman? He is one of the country’s most well known and respected food writers. Ever heard of the “How to Cook Everything” books? That’s him. This cookbook is focused on his diet plan which he credits for turning his life around.
The only book you and your grill need. This cookbook is decidedly unfussy and practical for when you come home to nice weather and want to fire up your grill.
Paula Disbrowe is the author of seven cookbooks. She hails from Texas so you know she knows about grilling. She’s representing Food 52 in this cookbook. The back of the book offers high praise Aaron Franklin, from Franklin Barbecue (a Texas staple!) “packed with tons of great recipes and plenty of tricks, this modern primer will teach anyone, regardless of skill level, to become a grilling master.” Are you ready?
Fast Review: Recipes to help guide you through the farmers market and may even inspire you to see how green your thumb can be. Read this book if you’re a fan of vegetables and looking for creative ways to serve them that highlight and compliment their fresh flavor.
Alice Waters is a James Beard award-winning chef. She owns Chez Panisse Restaurant and Cafe in Berkeley, California. She is a big advocate for sustainable agriculture. Her talent and passion are evident in the pages of The Art of Simple Food II. The front of the book begins with a mantra “Treasure the farmer, Nurture the soil, Plant wherever you are, Learn from nature, Cultivate your palate, Make your own, Eat whole food, Share the harvest, Teach children the art of simple food.” It is clear from the content of this book that this mantra is something Alice wholly believes in and hopes others are inspired by.
A welcome addition to any kitchen looking to eat better. This book will help you make nourishing food and inspire you with different ingredient combinations. The Sprouted Kitchen is realistic healthy food you want to eat!
Sara Forte’s Sprouted Kitchen blog is beautiful. It is sleekly designed and simple. Her goal, as stated on her blog, is: to make healthy-ish food that fits into your everyday life, using mostly produce, whole grains, healthy fats, natural sugar alternatives and the like. Her husband is the photographer for her website and both books. The Sprouted Kitchen: A Tastier Take on Whole Foods was released in 2012 and it is extremely representative of the blog’s style and voice. If you’re looking for a cookbook full of fresh takes, here it is.
Fast Review: Your new favorite book for seasonal meal plans– and we mean plans. This book takes you through every step of a meal plan: grocery shopping, repurposing add-ins, lunch options, and the best way to reheat your leftovers. The best part is that it’s all food you want to eat!
Food 52 was started by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs. Their goal was to bring people together from every corner of the world to share recipes, ideas, tips, tricks and support. These partners crafted this book to help others with a common problem. A common problem for many people is “what to make for dinner?” This can get especially hard during a tense work week, a busy evening with schlepping your children to practice, or just because there’s a mountain of laundry to do. Amanda and Merrill’s solution? After years of figuring it out— cook most of your food on the weekend! The biggest obstacle to eating well isn’t the cooking, it’s the organizing. In Food 52’s “A New Way to Dinner”, they’ve taken care of the organizing for you.
Who’s Kitchen Would You Find It In:
Fans of Food 52’s website, meal plan fanatics, folks looking for seasonal cooking ideas with a focus on minimally processed foods