As you all know, I wrote and photographed an eBook with my friend, Mary/California Greek Girl. You can read the whole story behind Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil here. When you self-publish, all of the burden and responsibilities rest on your own shoulders, the creating, the editing, the publishing and the marketing. And with three kids, this has been a daunting task. Especially when I’m running Camp Mommy this summer to keep the kids engaged and happy on their break. Luckily, I share the marketing burden with Mary, but the tug and pull of our daily lives has certainly kept us on our toes. Over the weekend we had a great eBook launch party and olive oil tasting at Temecula Olive Oil in Solana Beach, CA. But I will save the report on that for another post. Today I’m thrilled to tell you about a great deal for all of you!
NOTE: THIS BUNDLE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!!!! This week our eBook is bundled and for sale with four other great cooking basics eCookbooks. And you can get all five for $7.40 – that’s 85% off retail price! Each are all a little different and each can teach you something new in the kitchen.
How To Cook For Yourself by Rachael Roehmholdt
How To Cook For Yourself: A Complete Beginner’s Guide is your guide to meal planning, grocery store strategizing, and learning the ins and outs of cooking basics and techniques. Rachel takes you through the entire process of selecting meals, grocery shopping, and getting a great meal on the table in no time. Learn how to cook for yourself in a way that is simple and can easily integrate with your life, right now!
Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil by Mary Platis and Laura Bashar
Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil is a fabulous resource for cooks of all experience, from the novice to the professional. With detailed descriptions, a variety of recipes for vegetarians and meat eaters alike, and plenty of beautiful and vivid photographs, Mary and Laura show you how to poach, braise, marinate, infuse, and even bake with olive oil!
Restocking the Pantry by Kresha Faber
Making your own condiments isn’t difficult! Restocking the Pantry is packed with nearly 75 pages of recipes and tips, and Kresha shows you exactly how easy it is – not to mention frugal and healthy – to make your own favorites at home, including ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, jellied cranberry sauce, hot sauce and more, for a total of 55 recipes!
Design a Dish by Millie Copper
In Design a Dish, Millie shows you how to use formulas rather than recipes to design dishes with the ingredients that are available so that you can reduce food waste and save money! Once you start using formulas for your meals you will discover just how easy it is to nourish your family for less!
From Garbage to Gourmet by Carrie Isaac
From Garbage to Gourmet features more than 80 recipes and creative ideas for using things like broccoli stalks, potato peels, carrot ends, herb stems, corn cobs, and more, plus hundreds of strategies to help you prevent food waste and create delicious food out of things you normally throw away. Carrie has taken the strategies she’s learned in her quest to reduce waste and stretch her budget and packaged them in a beautiful ebook that will make you forget you’re reading about food waste!
Even if you are savvy in the kitchen, there is something to learn for everyone in these books. And if you know anyone who is new to cooking, this cooking basics bundle makes a wonderful gift! I’m thinking newlyweds, college grads or anyone giving up take out and looking for a little help to get them started cooking in the kitchen!
The Cooking Basics bundle is only available right now through 8am EST on Monday, 7/22. Get your ebooks here!