I announced earlier this week in my private Facebook community that I had an e-cookbook coming out on June 30th. They also got a sneak peek of the table of contents! If you aren’t part of the group yet, you should totally join because I share a lot of “community-only” tidbits in there along with a bunch of other things. The conversation there is strong and we’d love for you to pull a seat up at the table and join us!
I had no intention of writing another cookbook after I wrote Dinner for Two nearly three years ago. It was a labor of love and there was no way I was going to do it again.
At least unless it was on my own terms.
The Weeknight Table definitely was on my own terms.
I came up with a list of recipes and I mulled over them. The ones I didn’t come back to, I knew I couldn’t put in here.
I’m sure you have questions so I’m doing my best here to answer them and of course, how you get yourself a copy — psst, IT’S FREE.
What’s in The Weeknight Table?
There are five recipes in The Weeknight Table. One for each night of the work week.
I had the same idea in mind when I wrote this book as when I wrote Dinner for Two (affiliate link) — I wanted the recipes to be accessible to anyone and I wanted the recipes to be easy enough to make on busy weeknights. I always pose the question, “can I make this on a busy weeknight?” That’s my approach to recipes. I want flavor but I also don’t want anything overcomplicated. You don’t need that after a long day or if you’re running around busy.
I tried to be as versatile as possible with the recipes. There’s a salad recipe, a skillet chicken recipe, an Instant Pot recipe, a baked chicken recipe, and a seafood stir fry. They all vary with cook time. Some are only 30 minutes and some are 65 minutes but that is because of marinating or Instant Pot time — which, if you think about it, they’re inactive times so you aren’t really actually standing over the stove anyway ;)
Why are you giving it away for free?
Because I have no interest in trying to make money off it. That’s the truth right there.
The other truth is, it’s an incentive for folks to sign up for my email newsletter. It’s getting harder and harder to reach people these days because of stupid social media algorithms. I want to own my email list and be able to contact those who truly care about me and support me. This is kind of like both a thank you and an incentive to stay connected with me.
Sure, there will be those folks who sign up just to get this free cookbook but I would certainly hope that the majority sticks around because I have a lot more in store later this year and staying connected via my email list and my private Facebook group is the way to go.
How do I get this free e-cookbook?
- If you’re already an email subscriber, you should have already received the email with the download link. If you don’t see it in your inbox, make sure you check your spam or junk folder (which, if I’m in your spam or junk…you should probably whitelist my email).If you still don’t find it, shoot me an email and let me know which email address you signed up with and then I can get you the link. Please be patient if you email me. I will try my best to get to all requests within 72 hours or earlier.
- If you aren’t an email subscriber, what are you waiting for? Sign up right here! Once you sign up and confirm your subscription (this is the important part…if you don’t confirm your subscription, you won’t get the welcome email with the download link), you’ll be sent an email to welcome you and with the download link. The email should come through within 30 minutes.If you still haven’t received the welcome email within an hour of signing up, before you email me, please check to see you actually did confirm your subscription. If you did and still didn’t get the email with the download link, please email me with the email address you signed up with. I will try my best to get to all requests within 72 hours or earlier.
Go make something from it then tag me on social media with @tablefortwoblog and #theweeknighttable!