The book hasn’t even been released and already the haters are starting a food fight over Kate Gosselin’s upcoming cookbook, ‘Love Is in the Mix: Making Meals into Memories.’ While the bestseller won’t be released until this October, Amazon is taking presales as we speak.
Here’s the book description:
If you enjoyed Multiple Blessings and Eight Little Faces, you won’t want to miss this inside look at one of America’s most famous close-knit families. Kate Gosselin shares recipes, traditions, photos, and more that will inspire you to make your family time more memorable and meaningful.
Here’s the notes from the back cover:
Fans of Multiple Blessings and Eight Little Faces won’t want to miss this inside look at one of America’s most famous close-knit families. Jon and Kate Gosselin, parents of twins and sextuplets three years apart (and all under the age of ten), know firsthand how to make mealtimes memorable for their family. In this engaging book, Kate shares:
Nutritious recipes the whole family will enjoy
How to craft family traditions that create happy memories
Meaningful mealtime blessings
How to begin eating organically
How to feed a large family on a budget
… and more!
Kate also offers insight into handling picky eaters, making lunchtime fun, planning meals for vacations, and making ordinary days extra special. Family photos and humorous anecdotes add personality and charm to this endearing book.
Here’s the comments from the discussion forum…
I’m struggling to think of why someone who said, “real cooks don’t use recipes” would then come out with a recipe book? Hmm….$$$ perhaps?
Yup…love is in the mix, along with exploitation, greed, and sloth!
Jon and Sarah Snow have made the only 2 meals we’ve seen prepared on the show – NOT KATE! LOL.
This also from the woman who thinks two pots of soup frozen in the freezer will feed a family of ten all winter.
I have watched the show and never seen her cook except for soup (one time), pancakes and Jon made some Korean food. I always see her throw a handful of grapes and crackers on a doubled up paper plate (and she says she is green?) and call it lunch.
Now that’s sharin’ the love. Write on, Kate!