NEW Simple Fare Cookbook: 30 Everyday Recipes

Simple Fare - 30 everyday recipes to share with family and friends. Free eBook.

New Simple Fare Cookbook – 30 everyday recipes to enjoy with family and friends

In the rush of everyday life, do you find yourself craving the “slow”, those unhurried minutes where you have time to spend with family, friends, or just yourself?

This new collection of 30 everyday recipes is a reminder that cooking can be a way to slow down, to unwind. It’s a way to create spaces of calm in a busy life, whether you’re making a batch of cookies or a 30-minute meal. And cooking even the simplest recipe is the entree to that other gift of the “slow” – reconnecting.

Sometimes slow is a good thing - 30 everyday recipes

“Sometimes Slow is a Good Thing” is all about embracing the slow through cooking, and enjoying the benefits of more time around the table with family and friends.

Savouring the “slow” in cooking is really about savouring the whole experience: the preparing and sharing of food that is nourishing in so many ways. So let’s upend that notion that food prep is a stressful rush. Instead, think of it as a way to stop and smell the flowers.

With these simple, everyday recipes we’re inviting you to unwind around the table, because sometimes slow is a good thing.

Simple Fare - 30 everyday recipes to share with family and friends. Free eBook.

In this new collection of 30 everyday recipes you’ll find recipes that suit every meal of the day:

Breads:

Buckwheat Pancakes with Molasses Maple Syrup

Sarah’s 3-Hour Molasses Brown bread

Whole Wheat Banana Bread

Lemon Poppy Seed muffins

Blueberry Bran Muffins

 

Cookies & Bars:

Giant Ginger Cookies

Aunt Marcia’s Molasses Thumbprint Cookies

Peanut Butter Molasses Cookies

Bakery-Style Molasses Cookies

No-Fuss Cranberry Almond Granola bars

Chewy Coconut Cranberry Granola Bars

 

Cakes & Sweets:

Orange Spice Gingerbread

Chocolate Swirl Gingerbread

Molasses Butter Tarts

Perfect Sticky Toffee Pudding

Raspberry Peach Crisp

Rhubarb Crisp

Pecan Praline Ice Cream

 

Main dish:

Grilled Teriyaki Salmon

Oven-baked spareribs

Awesome Asian Wings

Molasses Baked Beans

Ginger Chicken Kabobs

Sweet & sour Chicken Drumsticks

 

Salads & Side Dishes:

Sweet & Spicy Roasted Cauliflower

Grilled Nectarine Salad

Molasses Roasted Onions

Sweet Chili Barbecue Sauce

 

Other Treats:

Gingerbread Latte

Gingerbread Spiced Nuts

 

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17 thoughts on “NEW Simple Fare Cookbook: 30 Everyday Recipes

  1. carol leblanc says:

    How do i get a copy of the cookbook

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Carol, if you’d like to send your mailing address to kelsey.reid@crosbys.com, we would be happy to put a cookbook in the mail for you.

  2. Peggy Gillard says:

    I would like to receive your cookbook. I grew up with molasses on my bread daily as an after school snack. I have always loved it. Are there many health benefits to molasses????Thank you for your help.

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Peggy, if you would like to send along your mailing address to Kelsey.reid@crosbys.com, we will put a cookbook in the mail for you. Our blackstrap molasses has health benefits as it is an excellent source of many minerals and nutrients including iron, magnesium and calcium.

  3. June E. Bull says:

    Thought your book was downloadable. Okay, I’d love to have a copy of it. I grew up on bread and molasses here in NB. I’ll send you an email with my mailing address. thanks so much.

  4. Veronica says:

    Unable to download this recipe book.

  5. Maureen says:

    Please send me one too!

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Maureen, please email your mailing address to kelsey.reid@crosbys.com

  6. Deborah Clark says:

    How can I get on the mailing list so that every new book which comes out, I can receive?

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Deborah, at the bottom of the blog post there is a spot for you to enter your email to receive our recipes. We do not have a mailing list for the cookbooks, rather it is by request that we mail them out. Thank you

  7. Stephanie St-Pierre says:

    Unable to download the cookbook…. could I get a copy elsewhere?

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Stephanie, if you email your mailing address to Kelsey.reid@crosbys.com, we would be happy to put one in the mail for you.

  8. Jovette Brun says:

    Unable to download this recipe book

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi Jovette, if you send your mailing address to Kelsey.reid@crosbys.com we can put one in the mail for you.

  9. Elizabeth Jacob says:

    Hi! Could you send me two copies of the cookbook, one for myself and one copy I can give to my sister … Thanks!

    Please send to:
    36 Maxwell Cres
    London ON N5X 1Z1

  10. Suzan Mallais says:

    Please may I have a copy of this book book. My address is: SUZAN Mallais
    302-31 Old Garden River Road
    Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
    P6B5Y7

    Thank you

    1. Lynn Purdy says:

      Suzan, I will mail you a copy this week. Happy Holidays.

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