NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • An inviting collection of more than 100 trusted, budget-friendly recipes for every meal and occasion from the creator of the wildly popular website Natasha’s Kitchen.
“With delicious recipes and fun entertaining ideas, you’ll find inspiration and joy on every page.”—Jennifer Segal, author and creator of Once Upon a Chef
In 1989, four-year-old Natasha Kravchuk and her family entered the United States as refugees from Ukraine. Her mother was an amazing cook and spoiled her family with delicious meals, so Natasha never learned how to cook until she got married and had her own family to nurture. In 2009, she began blogging about the joy she discovered in creating and sharing recipes. Her audience exploded, connecting with her warmth and willingness to share both her triumphs and failures in the kitchen.
In Natasha’s Kitchen, she shares 100+ family-friendly, foolproof recipes anyone can whip up on even the busiest weeknight. From Salmon Piccata and Turkey Meatball Soup to Crispy Bacon Jalapeno Poppers as well as traditional Ukrainian recipes passed down from her mother like classic Borscht and her famous Pierogis, Natasha’s family-friendly recipes are made with easy-to-find ingredients and have been thoroughly tested. And because she loves to have her large extended family and friends over, there are also menus for sharing and easy entertaining—from a taco bar to a chili bar to the ultimate cheese board.
With a warm and encouraging voice, accompanied by beautiful, mouthwatering photographs, readers are offered a glimpse into Natasha’s life as she does what she enjoys most: cooking for her loved ones.
About the Author
Natasha Kravchuk is the creator of the popular website Natasha’s Kitchen. Through approachable, budget-minded recipes and behind-the-scenes stories, she connects with her millions of fans across Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Saveur, Bon Appétit, Better Homes & Gardens, Country Living, Parade, Self, Fitness, and Healthy Living. An immigrant from Ukraine, she moved to the United States as a child and lives in Idaho with her husband and children.
“I’ve been watching Natasha in her kitchen on social media for years, and it’s amazing to see her delicious and nutritious recipes come to life in this cookbook. It will be a great mealtime resource!”—Yumna Jawad, founder of Feel Good Foodie
“Natasha’s passion for cooking shines through in this amazing cookbook. With delicious recipes and fun entertaining ideas (the party-size fish taco bar is a must-try!), you’ll find inspiration and joy on every page.”—Jennifer Segal, author and creator of Once Upon a Chef
“This collection of heartfelt, mouthwatering recipes makes me want to storm into my kitchen and cook up a fresh, comforting meal for the people I love most. This book has just the right recipe for any occasion.”—Erin Clarke, author of The Well Plated Cookbook
“Natasha has a knack for transforming everyday ingredients into delicious meals that your whole family will love. You’ll find yourself reaching for this cookbook again and again.” —Holly Nilsson, creator of Spend with Pennies “Natasha not only serves up a variety of approachable recipes the whole family will love but she also magically serves up a welcome dose of warmth and inspiration with every meal!”—Lisa Bryan, author of Downshiftology Healthy Meal Prep
“Natasha’s recipes are loaded with comfort and a variety of flavors, from Cucumber Pico de Gallo to Lasagna, Zuppa Toscana, Chicken Pot Pie, and the iconic Ukrainian borscht, a homage to her homeland. And along with the recipes, Natasha gives us her inspiring immigrant story, told with a good dose of joy and gratitude.”—Suzy Karadsheh, New York Times bestselling author of The Mediterranean Dish
“Natasha’s Kitchen is filled with foolproof recipes that the entire family will love. Whether you want a quick and easy weeknight dinner, an indulgent weekend breakfast, or a decadent dessert for a special occasion, Natasha has you covered! The recipes are approachable and perfect for sharing with loved ones.”—Maria Lichty, author of Two Peas & Their Pod Cookbook