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The debut cookbook from inspiring and hilarious New York Times bestselling author and beloved podcaster Jen Hatmaker, jam-packed with easy recipes, big flavors, and Southern wit.
With five children and a close-knit community of family and friends, bestselling author, podcaster, and inspirational speaker Jen Hatmaker has been sharing her love of cooking and food with her fans for years. Now she’s compiled all her favorite sure-thing recipes into one personal and highly entertaining cookbook, including chapters like Food for Breakfast (or brunch so you can drink), Food for Your Picky Spouse or Spawn, and Food for When You Have No More Damns to Give. This is real food for real people, with recipes like:
Paired with vibrant photography that’s as bold and lively as Jen herself, all recipes are sure to please, written for ordinary home cooks, and infused with personal notes, asides, and stories in her candid and irreverent style.
JEN HATMAKER is the New York Times bestselling author of For the Love and Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire, along with twelve other books. She hosts the award-winning For the Love podcast, is the delighted curator of the Jen Hatmaker Book Club, and leader of a tightly knit online community where she reaches millions of people each week. Jen is a co-founder of Legacy Collective, a giving organization that grants millions of dollars toward sustainable projects around the world. She is a mom to five kids and lives happily just outside Austin, Texas. To learn more about Jen, visit www.jenhatmaker.com.
This book had me at homemade corn dogs. Give me a nostalgic and bready comfort food that serves a crowd, and I'm yours forever. I love this cookbook—it's both refreshing and real life. Through the stories and recipes that fill its pages, Jen reminds us that feeding the people we love shouldn't be one more thing to perfect or overdo. It's the food itself and the connection it creates that far outlasts what's on the menu. This book is just another extension of all the beautiful ways Jen shares her heart through her story, laughter, and now—luck for us—delicious recipes. — Joanna Gaines, co-founder, Magnolia
Jen's a real-life mom, a fantastic home cook, and a delightfully hilarious writer, so I already knew I was going to love her cookbook. But let me tell you... I didn't expect to fall in love with it the way I did! In a word: WOW. Every page is so bright and fun, so original and fresh, and the way she categorizes her delicious recipes is both clever and approachable. This cookbook is a serious treasure—a gift to anyone who has people to feed! — Ree Drummond, New York Times bestselling author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Feed These People reads like an invitation to Jen Hatmaker's front porch—cozy, dishy, and full of spice. Just when I think we're settling into truck stop grub (Fried mozzarella sticks! Avocado tacos!) she flips to vacation Bible school (Mushroom and Gruyère tartine! Honey mustard pecan-crusted salmon)—either way I'm singing hymns of praise and tying on my apron. — Jennifer Garner, actor, food lover, home cook
First of all, I love a home cook! I am one and I learned from the best, my mom, Gwen. Second, the food looks amazing, and I can't wait to dive in! Last and most important, I love the whole vibe of this family: the love, the laughter, the lessons, the honesty. It's a beautiful, real, snapshot into my friend Jen Hatmaker's life. Like the perfect dinner, you'll show up for the food, and you'll stay for the stories. Thanks for inviting me. Love, Trisha. — Trisha Yearwood, country music legend, host of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, and five-time cookbook author
Feed These People puts people first, and then gives them a fantastic meal—and I'm 100% here for it! Jen celebrates the people around our tables. Trust me, you want Jen's cookbook! — Melissa d'Arabian, author of Tasting Grace
I'm in love with Jen's no-fuss, stress-free, and big-flavor approach to feeding her loved ones. With comforting recipes seasoned with Jen's trademark wit and humor, this book opens up like a warm hug and invitation to her home kitchen! — Michelle Tam, New York Times bestselling cookbook author and creator of Nom Nom Paleo
Feed These People is absolutely stunning and makes me crave every recipe on every page. But more important, I echo Jen's heart and how it is filled by feeding the people she loves around her table. — Danielle Walker, bestselling cookbook author and wellness expert
Feed These People is for all of us scattered, hungry home cooks doing our best to trick the ones we love into thinking we're wizards in the kitchen. Jen makes us believe we really can do this and gives us the plan. Cackling and connecting and leaving the dishes until morning—this cookbook is a national treasure. I can't wait to make a mess of my copy. — Shannan Martin, author of Starts with Hello and The Ministry of Ordinary Places
Finally, a cookbook for normals! The recipes are for people craving repeat-worthy, flavor-packed, very extra (without being fussy) meals. So basically, this is a book of magic. Cooking magic! Jen Hatmaker's approach to feeding the people we love is a whole masterclass in everyday cooking and making your kitchen your own. Feed These People has a permanent spot in my kitchen, it is my new go-to book of foods and flavors. And magic. — Bri McKoy, author of Come & Eat: A Celebration of Love and Grace Around the Everyday Table