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WendyWithBook(2of3)

Exciting news! My second book, the Real Food Solution, is in stores and online now, and I can’t wait to share it with you! This book not only contains over 70 amazing, real food recipes, but also all my best advice about changing your habits, along with the way your whole family eats, in an enjoyable way that allows you to  reach your own weight and wellness goals while role modelling healthy habits, instead of “dieting” and extreme eating. It also contains 6 weeks of meal plans, grocery lists, school lunch and picky eater strategies, and so much more!

UCOMING BOOK SIGNING VENUES AND DATES:

I’ll be at the following locations signing books this month and would love to meet you, so please come on out and say hello!

Chapters, MicMac: Saturday, February 6th from 12:00-1:30 p.m

Indigo, Sunnyside Mall: February 6th from 2:30-4:00 p.m

Chapters, Bayers Lake: Saturday, February 13th from 12:00-1:30 p.m

Coles, Hfx Shopping Centre: Saturday, February 13th from 2:30-4:00 p.m

BOOK REVIEWS & PUBLICITY:

Parents Canada Magazine Feb/March 2016: http://www.parentscanada.com/family-life/book-review-the-real-food-solution

Halifax Citizen newspaper: http://halifaxcitizen.ca/2016/01/04/local-mom-and-wellness-practitioner-wendy-mccallum-set-to-launch-second-cookbook/

BUY THE BOOK: Order your copy here, in hard copy, or as an e-pub for your Kindle or Kobo:

Chapters Indigo

Amazon.ca

 

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My first cookbook, Real Food for Real Families, is now available in its second edition under the new title “No More Junk Food” through local retailers and online through the links below (content & recipes are identical as in first edition). It provides delicious and simple, kid-approved, additive-free alternatives to common processed foods. Here’s the catalogue description if you’re curious:

 80+ quick, easy, and delicious recipes that can replace packaged, processed, and prepared standbys — plus tips to get your family eating more real food every day

Wendy McCallum, a mom with a high pressure job, a husband and two babies, was trying to do it all — including making sure her kids were eating well. When her children turned three she decided to leave her first career behind and focus on learning more about natural food, real food, and how to get all of us eating more of it — starting with her own family.

Four years later, she’s ready to share what’s she’s learned. We can all eat less of the packaged, processed, and prepared food and instead enjoy real food that is quick, easy, and delicious. In this cookbook she offers easy-to- make real food alternatives to the most popular processed foods — from Kraft Dinner to Bear Paws. Every one of her recipes is kid tested and kid approved. The recipes range from Ain’t Jemima Pancake Syrup to Popeye Pesto to Free Range Goldfish and This Chalet Chicken.

Wendy offers ideas on how to take the small steps that can ultimately lead to big changes in how a family eats and feels. Great presentation ideas and appealing photographs of the dishes make this book practical and useful. There’s a wide range of gluten-free, nut-free, and dairy-free dishes for families who have food allergies to consider.

Wendy McCallum is a great guide for parents who want to make a shift from convenient but unhealthy prepared foods to quick-to-prepare real food that everyone will love.

WENDY McCALLUM followed her passion for real food by leaving her first career as a lawyer and going back to college to learn more about nutrition and food. She now operates a business which helps families make a move from popular processed food to making and enjoying real food alternatives. From her test kitchen in Halifax, this book features the most successful and popular recipes that the families she works with make and love — and Wendy’s many hints for how to introduce a family to new approaches to food.

“My two favourite snacks are the Don’t Have a Meltdown Pops and the Kalato chips. They’re both so good I don’t want to choose.” — Mae, age 7

“Even if you’re a non-beet lover, the gravy covers them up — this is a ten out of ten!” — Ayla, age 9 (trying the Karmic Buddha Bowls)

“Crunchy. Salty. Yummy” — Dahlia, age 6 (Garbanzo Gobble)

Buy the Book

Formac Publishing

Amazon

Indigo/Chapters Online

Cookbook Reviews

http://www.youblisher.com/p/610542-Atlantic-Books-Today-Spring-2013/

http://eastcoastmommacollective.com/keepin-it-real/

http://www.eatrealberealns.com/2013/06/book-review-real-food-for-real-families.html