Yesterday a package of books hit my doorstep. I always get excited when we get books, but this one was a bit more personal.

I really enjoy making things, which is a huge part of the premise of this book – home-based productivity. So when I held something that I spent quite a bit of time and effort on it really hit home. This book is a piece of me on paper.

I am still so excited to share this with you all. I make several of the recipes from this book every week. The beef stew the other night really hit the spot with it’s warm notes of red wine and tomato. The bean soups are made almost every week because of their frugality and ease of preparation. And this week, dubbed starvation week in our home, will see the grain-free cornbread on the menu at least once since squash and almond flour are two ingredients we actually do still have.

If you’re interested in obtaining a hard copy of the book head on over to the landing page. The ebook is still available for $10, and if you’re interested in winning a free copy head on over to Simple Organic tomorrow.

 

16 Responses to Hard Copies of Simple Food {for winter} Now Available

  1. How exciting…this looks like a great cookbook…congrats!
    Suzy

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  2. stacey says:

    congratulations!!! that is SO exciting! i’m sure it’s a wonderful feeling to have your ebook done but then to see it in print is probably something new all together! i love that you put it in a spiral binding. i LOVE cookbooks but i find it so impractical that so many have typical bindings. i’m actually getting ready to take apart my Nourishing Traditions book and take it to the copy shop for a new binding.

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  3. Congratulations! I know you are so excited!

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  4. Cheryl says:

    Lulu.com says your book is not available for purchase. I want to get a hard copy to send to family…how can I do that?

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    Shannon Reply:

    Cheryl – I have seen that and so have others. I have been told that you can just “ignore” that and hit the checkout button and you should be able to order it. I believe they are displaying this message because I just made the book public rather than private and it takes some time for it to go away. Please let me know if you have any more troubles.

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  5. waggie says:

    congrats! Wow what an accomplishment! From the sneak peaks above it looks like you put a lot of time and effort into this book. It is on the “gifts that I want most” list. But maybe I can justify a purchase if we get a tax return. :)

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  6. SO many congratulations to you Shannon.

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  7. This is super awesome — it looks lovely! Congrats!

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  8. Jo Grishman says:

    I too grew up on campbells soup and string bean casserole! How wonderful to return to real nutrient dense cooking for my family! Your book looks like a wonderful addition to my newly expanding cookbook collection. I have purged many of the “new fangled” vegetarian cookbooks and am now collecting “real food” cookbooks. Thanks for your new addition possibility!

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  9. meg says:

    The layout/design is gorgeous and I love the binder edge!

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  10. Chris says:

    I got your eBook yesterday and am looking so forward to trying many of the recipes. I had a question about the Broccoli Cheddar Soup recipe. Where do you add in the Dijon mustard and spices – with the arrowroot slurry after the soup is pureed or before pureeing or does it matter? Thanks so much and sorry if this isn’t the right place to post this question.

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  11. Beth says:

    Congratulations! I’m currently finishing up my own cooking guide (not recipes, but helpful systems) and I totally know how much work and love and dedication went into making this book a reality. *throws confetti* I love the idea of offering seasonal recipe collections and I know many people who would appreciate having a reference like this! Beautifully done.

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  12. Chantile says:

    I am absolutely in love with this cookbook.. I have the ebook version, and am loving the simple, beautiful way it is put together. So excited there is a hardcopy version! I think I know what my family is getting for presents this year…

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  13. Jennifer says:

    Thank you so much for your winter book. Everything we have tried has been wonderful. The Winter Boost Smoothie was a life-saver! Another favorite is the Ethiopian Lentils. The Sprouted Lentil and Beef Chili is on the stove right now and we are so looking forward to dinner-time!
    Thank you again for compiling this and helping me in my transition to Nourishing whole foods. I hope you have a spring book coming out soon!

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    Shannon Reply:

    Jennifer – You are so kind and I am so pleased that you like it. I pray it has helped you and your family. And the spring book is in the works :) .

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