GRAZE, Inspiration for Small Plates and Meandering Meals

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“Suzanne has always been one of my favorite cooks because she gets what makes home cooking so great–not fancy tools or exotic ingredients, but just the act of being in the kitchen, cooking for those she cares about, taking good ingredients and letting them shine. I love this book because it’s exactly how I cook―and how I love to eat.”

–Mark Bittman, author of How to Cook Everything

“I just love this book. It’s perfect for the way we eat now: simple food, big platters, big flavours. The most useful cookbook I’ve seen in a long time.”

–Diana Henry, author of Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavours

“ In Graze, Suzanne dreams up lush as well as simple concoctions from everyday ingredients, taking full advantage of her pantry, fridge, and freezer. Graze is a lesson in shopping as well as cooking. Using the best that markets have to offer and with minimal effort, Suzanne dazzles us with endless combinations and stunning pictures, creating interesting and delectable small plates.”

–Jacques Pepin, author of Jacques Pepin: Heart and Soul in the Kitchen

"When I make pizza at home I use Suzanne’s crust--and, now that I think about it, the rest of her methods--and I’m repeatedly thankful."

― Mark Bittman, New York Times columnist and author of How to Cook Everything

“We all know pizza is fun and delicious, but when you make it at home, it can also be quite healthy. Truly Madly Pizza inspires with dozens of dazzling, but doable, pizzas that you can feel really good about eating.” 

― Ellie Krieger, nutritionist, host of the Food Network's Healthy Appetite and author of Weeknight Wonders

“As a self-proclaimed pizza lover, I'm simply swooning over Truly Madly Pizza. I love how Suzanne gives you the rundown on how to make the perfect crust and all her amazing combinations. First on my list is Broccoli Rabe with Soppressata and an Egg, and then the Sweet Potato and Sage with Pecorino. I smell a pizza party coming my way…” 

―Paul Lowe, creator and editor-in-chief of Sweet Paul magazine and author of Eat and Make

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