Busy schedules and demands leave all cooks looking for creative, simple and healthy recipes, giving cooks no better reason to cowboy up the kitchen.
Back at the Ranch (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Can it really be over? Cooler temperatures and shorter days are approaching, and with autumn comes harvest time and school.
The end of summer means back to school. And back to school means good dinners and meal-time magic from the kitchen.
Busy schedules and demands leave all cooks looking for creative, simple and healthy recipes giving cooks no better reason to cowboy up the kitchen.
Create meals that are unique, healthy and appealing with the help of O.L. Shepp’s book, Cooking For The Health Of It.
“It's just food. You've gotta eat it, doesn't have to taste good," Pops declares as he heaps Cowboy Beans on each plate around the campfire.
Food is our fuel and everyone is busy, even cowboys. O.L. Shepp writes of knowing Pops in his later years and when his days of punching cattle were numbered. His concept of food was drastic and his ideals, the most basic of cowboy cooking.
Cooking For The Health Of It, Seven Steps To Cowboy Up Your cooking, gives moms, dads, caregivers the tools and resources to create nutritious breakfasts like homemade granola, snacks, smoothies and dinners like Sharon’s spaghetti from scratch while keeping to a budget.
This fall as we go back to school, don’t neglect mealtime.
Maintaining mealtime for the family is a challenge and becomes more challenging as kids grow older.
The maintenance of orchestrated family time around the table is important to the family’s future health and relationships.
Cowboy up your cooking and create nutritious meals like homemade granola, smoothies, and hamburgers for your family as they go back to school.
Help O.L. Shepp to build an audience for “ Cooking For The Health Of It,” and also for her future literary works.
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