EXAMPLE & MAIN PAGE - EBOOK - Conquering the Homemaking Facade (1) - Flipbook - Side 4
Preparing food for others is often how others know we care. As women, we are often called
on to feed others in times of need. As much as some of us would much rather just go out to
eat or get take-out every night, there are certain situations that call for a home cooked meal
or a homemade gift. It simply isn’t acceptable to drop off fast food for a sick friend or when
your neighbor is recovering from surgery. We don’t know about you, but deciding what to
bring in these situations often stresses us out.
Making food to share with friends and coworkers can cause anxiety. If you’re anything like
us, you probably wish someone would just tell you what to make so you didn’t have to
worry. If you’ve ever found yourself frozen with fear when presented with a signup sheet
for a company potluck, we can relate. If you anxiously study recipes as if you were told your
promotion depended on it, you’re not alone. Relax. This book will include easy recipes that
help to eliminate the worry about what will taste good, travel well, look appealing, appeal to
the disparate tastes of the crowd, while still being healthy and demonstrate that you are an
evolved human who understands the evils of gluten, dairy, meat, carbs, nuts and anything that
has possibly been linked to cancer.
This book starts off with the drinks you need to unwind and endure the meal making madness.
It also provides a no-fuss recipe plan that can be altered when cooking for picky eaters to
help eliminate the dreaded feeling of coming home to another full-time job as a short-order
“I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food.”