Making dinner means catering to various tastes, whether it’s a snack for the child who only eats buttered noodles or dinner for the rascal who refuses to touch anything other than chicken nuggets. Father of five, host of Chopped Canada, and professionally trained cook Dean McDermott grew up making meals on a tight budget with his mom and three sisters in the kitchen. He’s an expert at developing flavors that appeal to young and old alike, and he shares his tips and tricks in his first endlessly creative cookbook, The Gourmet Dad: Easy and Delicious Meals the Whole Family Will Love.
Each chapter offers kid-friendly alternatives and substitutions for “grown-up” dishes with tips on how to get your kids helping in the kitchen and making meals a family affair.
The Gourmet Dad also offers sophisticated recipes for romantic nights-in or dinner with company.
Filled to the brim with more than 100 recipes that inform and inspire, The Gourmet Dad is the ultimate easy-to-use meal guide for parents everywhere.