Many of us are cooking at home more often than ever before, but we still struggle to find new, quick recipes. Ayesha Curry knows this better than most—she’s a veteran cookbook author and working mother with limited time to make meals.
But she also knows that finding balance between work and family life starts with gathering around the table to enjoy a home-cooked meal. In her new book, The Full Plate: Flavor-Filled, Easy Recipes for Families with No Time and a Lot to Do, Ayesha shares 100 recipes that take less than an hour to complete.
Whether you’re looking for delicious pork chops or the perfect spicy margarita, Ayesha has it covered. Join us for a fun program as Ayesha discusses how she developed the recipes, how parents can provide family-friendly meals in a time crunch, and how we can all become better home cooks.
This conversation will be moderated by San Francisco Chronicle food writer Justin Phillips.
NOTES Co-hosted by INFORUM
Our thanks to Marcus Books for fulfilling book orders
Photo by Eva Kolenko
Part of our Food Lit series, underwritten by the Bernard Osher Foundation
Restaurateur; Chef; Co-founder, Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation; Author, The Full Plate: Flavor-Filled, Easy Recipes for Families with No Time and a Lot to Do
Food Writer, San Francisco Chronicle—Moderator
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