Is it teething time for your little one?
My Petite Kitchen Cookbook is a complete collection of more than 100 simple, wholefood, gluten-free, sugar-free recipes to nourish the body and soul.
This book shows just how easy it is to replace bad foods like sugars and certain grains with natural, unprocessed alternatives making it easy to prepare healthy food without compromising on flavour and goodness.
The author, Eleanor Ozich, started her journey of clean, simple eating to help manage her four-year-old daughter's severe eczema which she managed to cure. It’s ‘simple’ that is the main focus of the book – simple foods, simple ingredients - and her recipes encapsulates her experiences of personal reach, trial and testing which resulted in each recipe being created as nature intended it to be – simple.
You will never be stuck for a delicious, simple recipe with Eleanor’s cookbook – from caramelised shallot and thyme frittata, apple and sage pork cassoulet and slow-cooked courgette with basil and lemon to decadent raspberry and coconut chocolate torte you are sure to use this book over and over again.
The recipe book is not just a feast for the taste buds it is also a feast for the eyes with stunning images shot by Eleanor herself. A self-taught cook, Eleanor grew up over her parents' restaurant so it not surprising that she has a passion for food. 
Good, simple food is made easy with Eleanor's cookbook.



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