Clean Slate: A Cookbook and Guide

While it's been out for a couple of weeks already, I think now is the best time to mention this excellent new book from the editors of Martha Stewart Living. We've stuffed our faces with all the holiday decadence we can handle and now it's time to hit the reset button as we approach the new year. The book is beautifully designed with 160 full-colour photographs of the healthy recipes inside. The book emphasizes eating clean, whole, unprocessed foods as part of a primarily plant-based diet, with delicious and nutritious recipes that make it easy to do just that. Refreshing juices and smoothies, savory snacks, protein-packed main dishes, and even delectable desserts.
Many recipes feature vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, and dairy-free options, each identified by helpful icons. You’ll learn the logic behind eating well at different times of day: Think light but fortifying breakfasts, fiber-packed lunches, restorative dinners, and energizing snacks and sweets to supplement your meals. You’ll also find some "golden rules" to guide your clean-eating journey and "action plans" to jump-start your healthy efforts: reset, replenish, re-energize! It's available now where ever books are sold.


Rowaida said...

Happy birthday Andrew, and best wishes on a blessed and successful year in all aspects.

Welcome back we miss you here, from instagram it showed that you had a wonderful holiday in Puerto Rico with your family.

I preordered this book from Amazon UK and looked inside the book, amazing photos and great recipes, I love it.

Best wishes xx

Regine said...

Looks interesting....this is off topic but do you know if it is or will ever be in the works that Martha will document all of her residences in book form? It was wonderful to see Turkey Hill develop and for so many years in the magazine. Just wondering if you have heard anything on this topic.
As always, I appreciate your blog efforts.
Best regards,


Hi Regine! Thank you for your kind words! I would also love to have books about Martha's homes, but it doesn't seem as if anything is planned for the coming year at least. Martha's next book will be issued on September 1 and it is a book about appetizers and cocktails. More on that later.