Men Cook Too

Men Cook Too Officially Available

This adventure has been one of the most challenging, yet exciting journeys I have ever been a part of. The idea for putting together a cookbook began last spring and I am proud to say that as of this past weekend, “Men Cook Too” is officially available online, in bookstores and for those who backed my project on Kickstarter, in the mail waiting to be delivered. Some of you have already began tor receive your books and I look forward to seeing pictures of you with your books and hearing about how your recipes turned out.


For those of you that haven’t ordered a book directly from me yet, or pledged on Kickstarter, here is how you can get your hands on a copy of “Men Cook Too.”

You can purchase the book directly from the Men Cook Too store. Until this coming Sunday at 11:59 p.m.(March 16), you will be able to order a copy of the book, wine glass or corkscrew and get 20 percent your entire order by using the code RELEASED. This coupon can’t be used for the combination package in the store, but can be used for purchasing items individually. Each book ordered during this time will be signed with a message from the heart or if you need it personalized for someone else, please let me know.

Secondly, you can purchase the E-Book of Men Cook Too on Amazon by clicking the link in the widget to the right. The E-book can be purchased for yourself or as a gift.

Thirdly, for those of you that are located in Connecticut, “Men Cook Too” can be found on the bookshelves of the Bank Street Book Nook in New Milford. The book can be found in the cookbook section and in their local author’s section. The Bank Street Book Nook can be visited at 50 Bank Street in New Milford and can be reached via telephone at (860) 354-3865.


Stuffed Meatballs

Cookbook Prep

Stuffed Meatballs

So yesterday, I walked through my local grocery store and was searching for some products to work on my next set of recipes for “Men Cook Too.” I won’t ruin the surprise and tell you all everything I am going to make, but I will say I bought sausage links, croissant rolls, ground chicken, mozzarella and ground beef. I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve for recipes with these items and like I said, I’m not going to ruin the surprise for everything.

What I did do last night with the mozzarella and ground beef was make a special stuffed meatball served with a garlic and oregano tomato sauce. If you want the entire recipe for this delicious meal, please head to Kickstarter and pledge for “Men Cook Too.” I appreciate all your help!

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(P.S. Excuse my terrible cover photo as I used my iPhone and I’m not even close to as good as Sarah!