by Melissa Naasko
Does every fasting day or season find you scanning your pantry shelves in a panic, wondering what in the world to cook for dinner? Help is on the way! Melissa Naasko, food blogger and mother of 11, will walk you through the process of stocking your Lenten pantry, planning meals, providing for tight budgets and dietary restrictions, and cooking easy, delicious, and varied fast-appropriate meals that both kids and adults will love. With worry about food a thing of the past, you'll be able to focus on the spiritual aspect of the fasts as never before. (Includes an extensive recipe section.)
About the Author: Melissa Naasko, a wife and mother of eleven children, lives on a hobby farm in the rugged wilderness of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Melissa first learned to cook with her grandmothers, which provided the necessary experience for her to work in catering in a private reception hall. As her family grew, she started teaching classes in cooking, baking, and menu planning, as well as doing contract recipe development from home. Melissa enjoys writing and speaking to mothers’ groups and homeschooling conferences on topics of faith, food, and family.
Softcover, 176 pp.
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