You can buy Cook, October 2011 at all large bookstores across Canada and in the USA or you can pre-order it online below.
Deborah Anzinger spoke at our STARTA Breakfast on October 28, 2011. STARTA stands for St. Albert and Area Retired Teachers Association. She was inspiring, informative, and entertaining in motivating everyone, families or friends, to start cooking together. She was an excellent and enjoyable speaker.
Program Convener for STARTA
Anyone who can help with the nightly family extravaganza is a hero in my books, and that goes for Deborah Anzinger. Cook is a no-nonsense workbook for making fast and healthy meals your family will actually eat, and it features instructions that are easy enough for beginning cooks, but not insulting to seasoned vets. From the creamy icing on her carrot cake, to her slow-cooked short ribs and baked beans, this woman has it going on.
Liane Faulder, Edmonton Journal
Deb’s energy and ideas will inspire families to skip the takeout and make fresh, delicious meals together! This woman can do extraordinary things with ordinary ingredients.
Michelle Stead, CTV Producer
An engaging and entertaining author, Deb Anzinger uses readily available and affordable ingredients that produce terrific and tasty results for the family, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Mark Harvey, CBC
Deborah Anzinger has family meals figured out. From the supermarket to the supper table, Cook gives families the tools they need to take their eating experience to a whole new level.
Ryan Jespersen, CityTV
Many cookbooks promise flavourful, fast, family meals, but Cook actually delivers. No, wait-Cook exceeds! An indispensable kitchen reference and an exceptional cookbook-every kitchen needs Cook!
Jennifer Cockrall-King creator of foodgirl.ca
Is This Your Life?
Sporting events, homework, music lessons, lunches to pack, dinners to make, housecleaning, dog walking, relationships to nurture, jobs responsible for? (Doitalls
Do You Ever Have?
Dinner anxiety, too many fast and processed dinners, cold cereal every morning, too little time together as a family, concerns about health and eating habits, lack of energy, vitality, desire, passion?
Do You Feel You Are Lacking Skills To Change?
Cook is a tool for modern life in the busy family’s kitchen.
You will want it handy on your counter top for everyday reference to charts and tips.