Lee Clayton Roper

A Well-Seasoned Kitchen

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Sometimes, food is simply fuel to feed a busy life. At other times, it’s the foundation for the family table where a shared meal helps us reconnect and renew relationships. More than a collection of recipes, A Well-Seasoned Kitchen® is a treasury of ideas, menus and best-loved meals for cooks who cherish creating delicious food to nourish family and friends.
A loving collaboration of mother and daughter and everyday home gourmet cooks Sally Clayton and Lee Clayton Roper, A Well-Seasoned Kitchen® showcases their cooking and entertaining style. When Sally began to suffer from osteoporosis and early-stage memory loss, it was natural for Lee to engage her mother by evoking family memories of their times in the kitchen. The result is a cookbook of classic recipes for the contemporary cook—simple, delicious and beautiful fare perfect for everyday and entertaining. Anecdotes combined with photos of the Clayton family add a special touch.
The 272-page cookbook contains more than 180 recipes, planning menus and helpful tips with mouth-watering photos of Sally and Lee’s favorite dishes. Many of the recipes come with make-ahead tips for those who like to prepare meals in advance so they can spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying their family or guests.
From crowd-pleasing appetizers and hearty soups to inspired weeknight meals and spoon-licking desserts, the recipes are suited to a casual family meal or entertaining a crowd.
A Well-Seasoned Kitchen® has received accolades from critics and everyday cooks, and has been regularly featured on local TV news shows. Take a look at our media reviews.
A portion of proceeds from A Well-Seasoned Kitchen® sales is donated to the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter.
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309 printed pages
Original publication
2013

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