Good morning! I haven’t said this enough, but thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who has pre-ordered Love Real Food. You’re setting it up for successful rankings and I really appreciate your faith in my cookbook. I worked so hard on every aspect of the book and I’m just dying for you to get your hands on it.
As a thank you, I’ve compiled a free digital “Companion Guide” to the book. It’s a nine-page, print-friendly PDF (see below). It includes the cheat sheet from the back of the book, in case you would rather print it off than cut out the pages. You’ll also get the full kitchen equipment rundown that we had to cut from the book, and a handy grocery list with checkboxes.
The Companion Guide is exclusive content for people who pre-order—if you haven’t yet, you can pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, BAM!, Indigo, Anthropologie or iBooks. Once you’ve pre-ordered, get your Companion Guide here.
Enough about that! I’m sharing my recipe development process with you today. If you’re a cookbook collector, aspiring cookbook author or process nerd (hey friend), this post is for you. I stole the idea from Adrianna and Ashlae, so check out their posts for more perspective on the subject. Are you ready?