Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family, Life

Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family, Life

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Drew Barrymore has always done things in her own unique way--including how she cooks, lives, and finds happiness at home. In her first lifestyle and cookbook, Drew shares recipes, stories from her life, and personal photos that show how she lives a healthy, delicious, and joyful life through her own rebellious brand of homemaking.

In her first lifestyle book, Drew Barrymore will take you inside her kitchen and her life, sharing thirty-six amazing recipes, from Soft-Scrambled Yuzu Kosho Eggs to Brie and Apple Grilled Cheese to Harissa Spaghetti, which she developed along with chef Pilar Valdes, a personal friend and a regular guest on Drew's CBS talk show.

The book will also feature beautiful photos, many taken by Drew herself, as well as personal essays and stories about how Drew found her way in the kitchen, learned to cook, planted a garden and raised her first chickens. And, of course, how she learned to slow down, turn to nature as a teacher, always remembering to be humble and present while celebrating the joys of her family and friends around the table, both during special occasions as well as amidst the beautiful chaos of everyday life!

Title:Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family, Life
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780593184103
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    Rebel Homemaker: Food, Family, Life Reviews

  • Candie

    I love Drew, so I couldn't help but read this book but there really wasn't much to it. There is very little lifestyle content in the book, it is just a cookbook with a lot of pictures. That said, I ha...

  • Holly

    Too many pictures of Drew, not enough recipes....

  • Rosy M.

    I thought her writing about life and cooking during the pandemic was very interesting and insightful. I enjoyed the pictures of her and the food. However, I’m only giving three stars because much of...

  • Sarah

    Good recipes, but Drew is just using a woman of color who she is literally paying to cook for her, to make herself seem more down to earth and "rebellious" so she can get people to buy her ugly kitche...

  • Jessica

    I didn't have any expectations with this cookbook, but based on the title and that it was Drew Barrymore I wanted to check it out. But, I felt like it was a lot of nothing and not very many recipes ei...

  • Reannon Bowen

    3.5 ⭐️ the best thing about this book isn’t the recipes, they are ok, but Drew. The book is full of her essays & photos. Her words are warm, open & easy to read, if a little repetitive at times....

  • Mary Bronson

    I thought this was such a great cookbook. I have always been a huge fan of Drew Barrymore and it was so much fun reading about her joys with cooking and growing her own garden. I also love how each re...

  • Trish

    This reads more like a diary than a cookbook....

  • Piscesbambina

    This is such a fun, sweet cookbook. It captures Drew Barrymore's energy and vibe, and the photos are lovely. I've already dog-eared some recipes to try. A cool addition to any cookbook collection....

  • Leah

    I love Drew and I'll read any book of hers. I went into this expecting a cookbook, but instead got part cookbook, part pandemic journal, part photo dump. This wasn't a bad thing. While I have yet to m...