Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans
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Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans : Over 100 Nomtastic Recipes!

By (author) Henry Fong , By (author) Michelle Tam

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Nom Nom Paleo is a visual feast, crackling with humour and packed with stunningly photographed step-by-step recipes free of gluten, soy, and added sugar. Designed to inspire the whole family to chow down on healthy, home-cooked meals, this cookbook compiles over 100 fool proof recipes that demonstrate how fun and flavourful cooking with wholesome ingredients can be. And did we mention the cartoons? At the heart of this book are Michelle's award-winning recipes, 50% of which are brand-new - even to diehard fans who own her bestselling iPad cookbook app. Readers can start by marrying their favourite ingredients with building blocks like Sriracha Mayonnaise, Louisiana Remoulade, and the infamous Magic Mushroom Powder. These basic recipes lay the foundation for many of the fabulous delights in the rest of the book including Eggplant "Ricotta" Stacks, Crab Louie, and Devils on Horseback.

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  • Hardback | 288 pages
  • 211 x 261 x 30mm | 1,359.98g
  • 02 Jan 2014
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • Kansas City
  • English
  • 1449450334
  • 9781449450335
  • 1,583

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Henry Fong is Michelle's husband and co-conspirator. He's responsible for Nom Nom Paleo's distinctive design and photography, which won a Homies Award from Apartment Therapy for Best Food Photography on a Blog in 2012. Michelle Tam is the respected food nerd and working mom behind Nom Nom Paleo, a leading food blog and one of the bestselling and highest-rated iPad(R) cooking apps of all time.

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"This collection of recipes is a bit like the Wild West--the ideas are scattershot but oddly provocative." "I do appreciate cooks who are able to plunge headfirst into the culinary unknown." (Christopher Kimball, Wall Street Journal)

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