Where Women Cook 2014
- March 21, 2014 |
- by The Family Cooks
Kirstin is profiled in the Spring 2014 edition of Where Women Cook, where she shares stories of growing up on a beautiful fruit farm in Denmark, inspired by her mother and grandmother who “spread love and warmth from the stove.”
Kirstin also shares her thoughts on the importance of cooking healthy food at home:
“Sadly, as a country we are being convinced that we no longer have time to cook for each other and that it’s not important to eat together as a family. So families are eating food out of takeout containers, supermarket freezers, boxes, and vending machines. This food has been made only for profit, not to nourish us. It is filled with cheap ingredients, chemicals, salt, sugar, and not one lick of love. This food has made us sick — diabetes, obesity, cancer, and heart disease are in every family. Until we get back into our kitchens and start cooking with real, fresh, wholesome ingredients — ingredients we can pronounce that grew from our earth — we won’t get better.”
Pick up Where Women Cook 2014. Also included in the issue are recipes from Kelsey Nixon of The Cooking Channel, stories from Virginia Willis, one of the “Seven Food Writers You Need to Know” according to The Chicago Tribune, and more.
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