Cookbook Review: Simply In Season

If you have been following The Abundant Wife for a little while, you may notice that I often rave about my current favorite cookbook, Simply in Season.  My mother gave me and all of my sisters a copy of Simply in Season for Christmas a few years ago.  As you can see from the cover, Simply in Season is full of recipes that celebrate fresh, local foods in the spirit of More-with-Less.  I love the stories and tips between the recipes on each page.  Most of the recipes are simple to make and require few ingredients.  I love introducing new foods to our family, many I have never tried before.  However, one of the many reasons I love this cookbook is that every recipe I have served to my family has been delicious!

Here are some of the recipes that we have tried (and loved!) from Simply in Season:

Another thing that I love about this cookbook, as you may have noticed above, is that the recipes are organized by season.  This makes it very easy to find recipes that are made from produce that is available right now!  Since late summer, I have cooked the first 5 items listed above.  However, I’ve also been trying to finish off the frozen pumpkin and persimmon in our freezer, so I’ve been making Pumpkin Sausage Pasta and Frosted Persimmon Cookies again.

Oh, and all that acorn squash we ate back in the fall when I was making Acorn Squash with Sausage Stuffing?  Well, thanks to our compost pile garden, it looks like I’ll be making that recipe often!

Do you have a favorite cookbook?  Where do you find delicious recipes for your family?

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6 Responses to “Cookbook Review: Simply In Season”

  1. […] Supercook (a website where you can look up recipes based on what you already have in your kitchen), Simply in Season, or flip through my Recipe Envelopes.  As I select meals, I list the missing ingredients on my […]

  2. […] the success of the “Baked Trout with Lemon Garlic,” I was really excited to try this “Campfire Salmon” recipe from the Simply in Season Cookbook.  Again, I could not believe how easy it is to cook fish!  This particular recipe was not as big […]

  3. […] I had no idea how to cook a yellow squash, so I found this yummy recipe in the Simply in Season Cookbook.  Oliver wasn’t too fond of it, but Naomi, Brad, and I enjoyed it!  We had this dish with […]

  4. […] Cook from Scratch (Food, Cookbook Review: Simply in Season, How to Cook a Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin, Homemade […]

  5. […] Oh. My Goodness.  If I’d had any idea how easy it is to cook fish, I’d have been cooking them for the last 7 years!  We have a lot of lemons in our freezer and garlic in the pantry, so I decided to try a recipe for “Baked Trout with Lemon Garlic” in the Simply in Season cookbook. […]

  6. […] on The Abundant Wife, I’ve created this Recipe Index!  Many of my recipes come from the Simply in Season Cookbook or Supercook.com, but many also come from family, friends, or the Internet.  Bon […]

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