Celebrity chef, television host, best-selling author, speaker, writer and mom of four Melissa d’Arabian is an expert on affordable and healthy family home cooking. Melissa believes in the power of the family meal, and always serves food with the goal of nourishing both body and soul – cooking for the person, not the plate. Her cookbooks have helped thousands of families prepare easy, healthy meals. Now, in her newest book – Tasting Grace – she shares how food not only fills the stomach, but also the soul.
“God used food to invite me into his love. This book is the story of those invitations. And God is inviting you into the same love—and using food as a way to connect with you.” – Melissa
Tasting Grace is Melissa’s newest book offering of personal stories and honest reflections about the complicated relationship many of us have with food. Melissa opens the door to core conversations and thoughts we should all have about food, and inviting you too to lean in and see food in a whole new way.
Tasting Grace Book Club Guide
When we share food, we share life. This all-new book club guide will enrich your time around the table through meaningful conversation and delicious fare. The guide includes reflections from each chapter, suggested questions to ask those gathered around your table, and sample recipes from Melissa. Download this free resource now by clicking here.
The winner of The Next Food Network Star season five and New York Times best-selling author of Ten Dollar Dinners shares how God used food to invite her into His… MoreBuy
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Melissa d'Arabian was a corporate finance executive before becoming the host of Food Network's Ten Dollar Dinners and Cooking Channel's Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping. She also developed the FoodNetwork.com series The Picky Eaters Project, serves as lead judge on Guy's Grocery Games, and is the author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook Ten Dollar Dinners. Melissa has an MBA from Georgetown University, and lives with her husband and their four daughters in San Diego.