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A smart, inspiring cookbook showing how to plan, shop, and cook for dinners (and lunches and desserts) all through the week. The secret? Cooking ahead. 

Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, founders of the online kitchen and home destination Food52, pull off home-cooked dinners with their families with stunning regularity. But they don''t cook every night. 

Starting with flexible base dishes made on the weekend, Amanda and Merrill mix, match, and riff to create new dinners, lunches, and even desserts throughout the week. Blistered tomatoes are first served as a side, then become sauce for spaghetti with corn. Tuna, poached in olive oil on a Sunday, gets paired with braised peppers and romesco for a fiery dinner, with spicy mayo for a hearty sandwich, and with zucchini and couscous for a pack-and-go salad. 

Amanda and Merrill’s seasonal plans give you everything you need to set yourself up well for the week, with grocery lists and cooking timelines. They also share clever tips and tricks for more confident cooking, showing how elements can work across menus and seasons to fit your mood or market, and how to be scrappy with whatever’s left in the fridge. These building blocks form A New Way to Dinner, the key to smarter, happier cooking that leaves you with endless possibilities for the week ahead.

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“A gift for the time-harried, food-particular cook: a shopping and cooking plan for meals that can be prepared in advance to carry you deliciously through the week. It’s not only the recipes that are inspiring, but also the organizing rambunctiousness and confidence-embuing enthusiasm of the authors. Rich in ideas and hand-holding pointers, this is a book that makes itself immediately indispensable.”
—Nigela Lawson

“I want to hug this book! It’s like one long pep talk from your best friends who know everything about good food and always keep their cool in the kitchen. Amanda and Merrill guide you through the process of making beautiful home-cooked dinners—from menu planning to grocery shopping to reheating leftovers. They make an intimidating challenge (orchestrating five meals, plus brown-bag lunches, for a week) seem not only doable but also somehow even serene. I’m so inspired by this book—it’s a treasure trove of Amanda and Merrill’s genius.”
—Joanna Goddard, founder of A Cup of Jo

"It occurred to me that the book had a certain Marie Kondo quality to it: the life-changing magic of planning your week."
New York Times

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Los Angeles Times

"Hesser and Stubbs are steeped in practical home cooking, both professionally and personally, and they know what they’re talking about."
New York Times

"Food52 co-founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs have hit upon a brilliant idea: Just because weekdays are frantic affairs, doesn’t mean weeknight dinners have to be. It’s a rescue plan that involves weekend cooking and then weeknight repurposing. Planned leftovers. It’s genius."  
San Jose Mercury News

"You will forget all about GrubHub as soon as you delve into this photo-driven book that divides the chapters by base dishes, to be made over the weekend, with a foolproof formula of how to stretch them over the week in a variety of innovative ways. With grocery lists and timelines to accompany each week, cooking ahead has never been easier or more delicious."
—Nylon 

"It’s a self-help book masquerading as a cookbook, through which Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, the multitalented and very successful entrepreneurs behind the Food52 recipe repository and lifestyle website, try to help you live a better life."
—Lucky Peach

". . .  will keep you cooking smartly and happily."
Los Angeles Times

"An excellent concept, well-executed. Brava!"
—The Kitchn

"From the founders of one of our favorite food websites, this is a meal-planning book that feels far more modern and sophisticated than the usual meal planners." 
The Record 

"Divided by season and by the authors, it''s a beautiful book with food you want to eat. The seasonal plans give you everything you need to set yourself up well for the week, with grocery lists and cooking timelines. They also share clever tips and tricks."
—Chowhound

About the Author

Amanda Hesser is the co-founder of Food52 and was previously a writer and editor at the New York Times. She wrote the award-winning books Cooking for Mr. Latte and The Cook and the Gardener. Her last book, a Times bestseller and the winner of a James Beard Award, is The Essential New York Times Cookbook. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and twins.  

Merrill Stubbs is the co-founder of Food52 and has written for many food and lifestyle publications, including the New York Times. She cut her teeth in the test kitchen at Cook’s Illustrated and behind the counter at Flour Bakery in Boston before she worked with Amanda Hesser on The Essential New York Times Cookbook. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children.

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Rosy Chicken 

This dish was inspired by a recipe from Jamie Oliver for slow-roasted chicken legs with garlic, tomatoes, and chopped chiles. After devouring his version, I considered the thought that it might be even better with a sauce to spoon over rice or drag hunks of bread through. A rummage in the fridge unearthed a half-empty bottle of rosé from the night before, so I added a slosh or two. The garlic and tomatoes melted into the wine in the oven, and voilà, I had a fragrant pink sauce for my chicken. 

Wine Trade If you don’t have rosé, use a dry, fruity white wine instead. No one will know the difference. And if you open a bottle to make the dish, why not serve the rest of it with dinner?

A Rosé Dessert from Amanda “A good use of leftover rosé is to simmer it with sugar (4 parts rosé to 3 parts sugar) to make a syrup. Poach peaches or pears in the rosé syrup with a handful of fresh basil (which you already have on hand for the sausage ragù).” 

SERVES 4 FOR 2 DINNERS 
4 pounds (1.8kg) bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs or legs 
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 
6 large cloves garlic, finely chopped 
2 large tomatoes (about 12 ounces), chopped 
2 cups (300g) cherry tomatoes 
3 thyme sprigs 
1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes 
10 fresh basil leaves, chopped 
2⁄3 cup (160ml) dry, fruity rosé 
Rice, Oven- Roasted Polenta, or crusty bread for serving 

1. Heat the oven to 375°F (190°C). Pat the chicken dry with paper towels and season with salt and pepper. 

2. Put 1 tablespoon of olive oil, the garlic, and the chopped tomatoes in a baking dish large enough to hold all of the chicken in one layer. Arrange the chicken, skin side up, on top. Scatter the cherry tomatoes over the chicken, tucking them into the crevices wherever they’ll fit. 

3. Add the thyme sprigs to the dish and sprinkle the pepper flakes and basil evenly over the chicken, followed by more salt and pepper. Pour the rosé gently into the crevices, being careful not to splash the chicken. Drizzle the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil over everything. 

4. Bake the chicken, uncovered, until the skin is crisp and the tomatoes have slackened and started to caramelize, about 1 hour. 

5. If the sauce seems thin, transfer the chicken to a plate and turn up the heat for a few minutes; let the sauce boil until it thickens and becomes glossy. Discard the thyme sprigs, taste, and adjust the seasoning. 

6. Return the chicken to the sauce and let cool. Cover and refrigerate in the pan for up to 5 days. 

7.  The day of: Reheat the chicken in the pan in a 250°F (120°C) oven for about 20 minutes. Serve with rice, polenta, or crusty bread.

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The Best Cookbook EVER!
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2016
I love the concept of this book. Being widowed for the past 2 years, I found myself dreading managing meals every evening. Eating healthy became a chore and I would find myself snacking on junk food because the labor of daily cooking for myself and no one else was a... See more
I love the concept of this book. Being widowed for the past 2 years, I found myself dreading managing meals every evening. Eating healthy became a chore and I would find myself snacking on junk food because the labor of daily cooking for myself and no one else was a reminder every day of my loss. I love the fact I don''t have to come up with a shopping list and in one single day of just a few hours I have complete HEALTHY meals for the rest of the week. So far the recipes are delicious, lots of flavor. I am happily anticipating cooking my way through all 4 seasons. This is the cookbook I have been searching for my entire cooking life.
Edit to my previous review: After using this cookbook for several weeks I find my grocery bill has significantly decreased, and I''m not wasting food that I had bought, thinking to cook and ending up throwing it out, because I left it sit in the refrigerator too long.
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Not exactly a beginner''s cookbook, time estimates completely inaccurate, descriptions need work.
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2017
**UPDATE AT BOTTOM** I read about this book on a blog and thought it was an awesome idea. My husband and I have been trying to do more prep on the weekends since the weekdays are so busy and also try to find some new things to make instead of the easy standbys. We... See more
**UPDATE AT BOTTOM**
I read about this book on a blog and thought it was an awesome idea. My husband and I have been trying to do more prep on the weekends since the weekdays are so busy and also try to find some new things to make instead of the easy standbys. We tried out one of the winter recipes and went a little nuts and followed everything exactly the first time through figuring we could freeze whatever was leftover. We followed the grocery list (thankfully we had quite a few things on hand already)- some of which is not the easiest to find in all grocery stores. I definitely suggest if you''re going to be doing any of the fish recipes, load up at Costco/Sam''s otherwise it gets very pricey very quickly.

Following the recipes and the weekend cooking itself. Well, this particular menu said it would take 3 hours. Ok, I figured it might be closer to 4 our first time through. No. We are both fairly adept in the kitchen and it took us both working nearly 5.5 hours. That''s completely insane. All I can say is it better be good. I tasted some of the stuff (the lime ice cream is to die for) and the pork tastes pretty good. I''m skeptical about some of the other stuff.

In summary, some of the things that bugged us:
- Much quicker, less effort ways to accomplish the same result. For example, it would have been much easier to crockpot the Garlicky Beans and the pulled pork than just letting them sit on the stove for nearly 3 hours taking up valuable space. Heck, the green rice probably could''ve been accomplished the same way. Thank goodness I had an ice cream maker because checking on something in the freezer several times an hour for a few hours is just annoying. Or, here''s a thought, just buy lime sherbet if neither of those ideas appeal to you.
- Prepping. I think this is where a lot of our time went. It would have been really nice if there was a list on one page how everything had to be prepped without digging into the recipes. For instance, we went through a ton of limes but I only zested a squeezed a few for one recipe. When it was time for the next, I had to go back, pull everything back out, etc. (that happened on 3 or 4 separate occasions over the 5+ hours). It would have been nice to just do it all at once. Same thing happened with pretty much all the produce. For the pork, I could''ve had the butcher cut it and prepare it which probably would''ve shaved off 20 minutes. Ditto for the fish. Since I didn''t feel like carrying around the whole book grocery shopping, we just took a picture of the list and went. Even a sub bullet under each one with how they''d be prepared in each recipe would be helpful and maybe even referencing the recipe. Oh, and make sure you have good kitchen knives and that they''re sharp.
- Descriptions. I disagree with what some other reviews say that this is good for newer/novice cooks. It most definitely is not. I''d say between the two of us, we''re in the solid intermediate range of cooking skills and there were some things in the book that didn''t make much sense at all and had us falling back on what we already knew to wing it. Fortunately, we''ve worked with most of the ingredients that were in this first round of recipes before but if you had never used shallots, serrano peppers, or poblanos then (or even know the difference between those), then this book will be a challenge. I won''t even get started on what the heck they were trying to describe with the fish tents or something. If the description is long enough to be a gigantic paragraph that needs to be re-read at least 6 times- please provide a freaking picture. I still have no idea what it was supposed to look like and gave up and did it my own way.
- Time. I don''t know where the cooking times came from but everything literally took double the time the book called for. Pork stayed on for almost an additional 1.5 hours to reduce down (ahem...a crockpot could''ve done this). The fish had to cook waaaaaay longer than called for and by this time it was getting super late so I just finished it by lightly broiling to make a nice crust.

All in all the recipes look good and have some decent ideas but cooking for 6 hours on the weekend is probably more time than I would''ve spent cooking prior to this. This was no exaggeration in the least. I''m willing to give it another go now that I know what to expect but sheesh, one more weekend cooking spree like this last one and I''m going to call this a failed attempt.

**********UPDATE AFTER FULL WEEK************

After going through the full week and adding all the time up, I think we''ll just pick and choose which recipes we want and plan on doing only a couple days'' worth instead of a full week. I will say, it was a huge relief to have everything planned out for that week and maybe just putting together a few ingredients for a salad (by the way, the watercress salad with the lime dressing was so simple but very fresh, bright, and delicious). I keep remaking this dressing just to have around now.

Most of the recipes were good. The fish was a bit of a disaster and the way they had you place the lime slices on them when baking created a super bitter, lime rind taste that was nearly impossible to cover up. So yeah...won''t do that again.

It was nice to have lunches that I wasn''t "meh" about or were the same boring thing. The pork tacos and pickled onions (another staple I will be keeping around) were very, very good.

We will definitely keep using this cookbook but given what we learned in the first go-around, we''re definitely going to adjust how we do everything and insert our own shortcuts when going the long way around is totally unnecessary.
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MCJ
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So Far So Good!
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2016
I am off to a great start with the book. I have cooked parts of two menus. The menus make massive amounts of food, we don''t eat dessert, and there are just 2 of us, so I''ve been only making a few of the recipes at a time and halving them. The recipes I''ve made so far... See more
I am off to a great start with the book. I have cooked parts of two menus. The menus make massive amounts of food, we don''t eat dessert, and there are just 2 of us, so I''ve been only making a few of the recipes at a time and halving them. The recipes I''ve made so far (rosy chicken, roasted applesauce, spicy pork, pickled onions, coleslaw with lime dressing, etc.), have been really really good. It''s also been a good learning tool for me - I do not tend to prepare food in advance, except soups and braises, so the practice of also preparing (and correctly storing) salad components and sides has been terrific. Spending several hours on the weekend cooking is a bummer for me, don''t get me wrong - but taking the anxiety/agony of meal planning/shopping/cooking/cleaning out of the equation on busy weekdays really changes things for me, and makes me glad I took the time. The limitation for me for this book is that not all of the menus appeal, but if you can flexibly move across menus and pick and choose components, there are a lot of good ideas.
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Emily
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Revolutionized my dinner game
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018
I’ve long been a fan of Amanda Hesser’s writing and recipes, and this latest cookbook didn’t disappoint. If you’re an aspiring foodie who enjoys cooking seasonally and aren’t daunted by the idea of spending a couple hours of your weekend cooking meals for the week ahead,... See more
I’ve long been a fan of Amanda Hesser’s writing and recipes, and this latest cookbook didn’t disappoint. If you’re an aspiring foodie who enjoys cooking seasonally and aren’t daunted by the idea of spending a couple hours of your weekend cooking meals for the week ahead, you will love this book. I’d been in a food rut since the birth of my baby, and I wondered if I’d ever have the time to cook the kinds of adventurous meals I’d enjoyed making before. Amanda Hesser and co-author Merrill Stubbs showed me the way! By cooking 1-2 main dishes ahead of time and combining them with different components to create a variety of meals, you can make the most of your time and ingredients throughout the week. I appreciate that dessert is always a part of the menu, and that several options are given for simplifying your weekly meal plan if you find yourself short on prep time. Thank you for helping this foodie and new mom find joy and confidence in the kitchen again!
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Great cookbook for planning your week’s meals
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2019
I don’t usually write reviews but felt the need to add my two cents here. This is a wonderful cookbook filling a much-needed void in everyday lives, answering the question “how do you efficiently, healthfully cook for the week ahead and make delicious food?” But other... See more
I don’t usually write reviews but felt the need to add my two cents here. This is a wonderful cookbook filling a much-needed void in everyday lives, answering the question “how do you efficiently, healthfully cook for the week ahead and make delicious food?”
But other reviews have focused on negative aspects of the book. It is true that some recipes are complicated, some require more exotic ingredients, and if you do all the recipes for a week as instructed it will likely take more time than the book describes. Personally I have yet to find a cookbook that accurately describes the amount of time it takes to make a dish; inevitably it takes much longer, especially the first time. I feel that those who focus on these aspects of the book are not optimizing it for their situation. The book emphasizes right from the start that you do not have to make every dish for every week and that the plans are made to be flexible. Don’t have time to squeeze lots of limes for limeade? Buy it, then! I think it is best if you approach each block of recipes with the idea in mind that they are presented at the advanced level and you should adjust them according to your situation. Trying a full block of recipes right from the start is probably very daunting, so just do half of them or whatever you want. This does involve recreating the shopping lists but saves time and headache in the end.
And the recipes are really good!
Also, I bought this book on Kindle first but would recommend skipping that and just buying the real book- there is too much flipping back and forth needed here to make the Kindle version useful.
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Karinna
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This is the best cookbook I''ve ever purchased
Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2017
This is the best cookbook I''ve ever purchased. The binding and color photos show the quality of the book. This book teaches you how to cook, not just recipes. I can now look at ingredients and make many quick meals or if them innerspring of feeling the need to... See more
This is the best cookbook I''ve ever purchased. The binding and color photos show the quality of the book.
This book teaches you how to cook, not just recipes. I can now look at ingredients and make many quick meals or if them innerspring of feeling the need to purchase items only for one recipe.
The recipes themselves tend to be things I never would have dreamed to make. --It''s not just another cookbook filled with duplicate recipes with one slight change to them (ie another spaghetti recipe or one more chicolate chip cookie recipe).
I love how I buy pretty basic ingredients and have enough food for a week of dinnersband a few lunches.
You have to be ok with trying things you''ve never had before; but if you''re up for me things. You''ll love this and learn a lot. No expensive kitchen gadgets needed, and eat seasonal items more. Fabulous book!!
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Incohatus
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A Great Resource
Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2018
If you’re interested in meal planning this makes it incredibly approachable, with menus, meal plans, and shopping lists. It’s organized by season and the recipes really are meals for the farmers’ market crowd (or people who wish they could shop at the farmers’ market but... See more
If you’re interested in meal planning this makes it incredibly approachable, with menus, meal plans, and shopping lists. It’s organized by season and the recipes really are meals for the farmers’ market crowd (or people who wish they could shop at the farmers’ market but end up at Whole Foods). Any kids in the family will need a fairly adventurous palate but there’s certainly a niche audience for this, and if you’re in that niche then this book is fantastic. There’s enough single recipes for you to pick and choose, too so even solo cooks or couples would find it useful.
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Best cookbook I have ever bought
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2017
Food 52, are you doing a sequel? I will pre-order! I have been using this cookbook for nearly every week for the past 8 months and cannot recommend it enough. With a busy family including a small one that can''t realistically eat dinner at 9pm, it''s been a lifesaver. I... See more
Food 52, are you doing a sequel? I will pre-order! I have been using this cookbook for nearly every week for the past 8 months and cannot recommend it enough. With a busy family including a small one that can''t realistically eat dinner at 9pm, it''s been a lifesaver. I usually have chosen to do all of the dinner recipes without the deserts (although they are delicious too, especially the oatmeal cookies and blueberry ice) and have usually doubled the veg. For two adults and a child, half recipes are perfect.
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Anne
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Interesting but a novice cook would struggle
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 12, 2017
Interesting but a novice cook would struggle. There are sausages you make yourself and that sort of thing and there is an assumption that you have a butcher and greengrocer rather than a supermarket. The ideas are good, but you would need more confidence in the kitchen than...See more
Interesting but a novice cook would struggle. There are sausages you make yourself and that sort of thing and there is an assumption that you have a butcher and greengrocer rather than a supermarket. The ideas are good, but you would need more confidence in the kitchen than I''ve got to make it work.
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... plans and indeed I do not because I cook like this a bit anyway - however the recipes are ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 12, 2017
This is a fabulous book - you don''t have to adhere to the game plans and indeed I do not because I cook like this a bit anyway - however the recipes are wonderful and I just love the whole attitude of the writers and I am really enjoying what they are inspiring me to make...See more
This is a fabulous book - you don''t have to adhere to the game plans and indeed I do not because I cook like this a bit anyway - however the recipes are wonderful and I just love the whole attitude of the writers and I am really enjoying what they are inspiring me to make already.
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Perfection
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 6, 2017
Love this book! It has completely changed my life! It makes weekday meal planning simple but most importantly super delicious. I feel like I have stepped it up a level in my cooking since getting this book as the recipes in themselves aren''t just perfection, the authors...See more
Love this book! It has completely changed my life! It makes weekday meal planning simple but most importantly super delicious. I feel like I have stepped it up a level in my cooking since getting this book as the recipes in themselves aren''t just perfection, the authors also provide great advice along the way. Lovely lovely cook book!
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Great Way to plan for the week''s meals
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It''s great, if you have the time
Reviewed in Canada on November 14, 2016
This isn''t just a cookbook, it''s a collection of weekly meal plans and a step-by-step guide to all the advance prep work that has to be done on the weekend in order to make a specific set of dinner recipes during the week ahead, with ideas for lunches based on using the...See more
This isn''t just a cookbook, it''s a collection of weekly meal plans and a step-by-step guide to all the advance prep work that has to be done on the weekend in order to make a specific set of dinner recipes during the week ahead, with ideas for lunches based on using the leftovers. There are some great recipes and helpful hints in this book, for sure, but many people might get turned off by the sometimes obscure ingredients and time-consuming amount of planning and prep work that has to be done, which is likely beyond the reach of the average working mom with a busy schedule and a family to take care of. Many of the recipes and meal plans are not kid-friendly at all and I wouldn''t dream of making some of them for my son, who''s not even a picky eater. Also, some weeks, the plan requires you to commit several hours of your weekend to cooking and prepping for the upcoming week, but I doubt that most people can put their kids and everything else aside for an entire Saturday afternoon on a regular basis. There are definitely some great-sounding recipes that I''ll be trying, but in general I can''t afford to devote so much time and effort to follow the full "playbook" plan. I see this book as more of an inspiration to think ahead and be more organized in meal-planning, with a collection of recipes that I''ll try when I have the time. There are some great-sounding basic recipes that I''m sure I''ll use again and again, but I much preferred another Food52 book called "Genius Recipes", which is amazing.
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