ADD A PINCH: EASIER, FASTER, FRESHER SOUTHERN CLASSICS
The book is filled with family-friendly recipes that solve the dilemma of what’s for supper! You’ll find that the recipes are indeed easier, faster and fresher Southern classics with tips on sharing dishes with others and entertaining, how to recreate leftovers into another meal your family will love, tips on how to make recipes even easier, and a few simple swaps to lighten up many of those favorite Southern dishes.
The book also includes handy icons to guide you to recipes with 10 ingredients or fewer, that can be prepared in 30 minutes or less, meals that are freezer friendly and slow cooker favorites! In short, it is the cookbook that I’ve wanted in my own cookbook collection for years and that I hope you’ll find useful and as a valued resource!
Where to Buy
I am thrilled to share that my cookbook, Add a Pinch, is officially available now online and in stores:
Order Signed Books
Signed copies are available to order through Horton’s Bookstore, an independent bookstore in Robyn’s hometown. When you order, you may request a personalized inscription for when Robyn signs the book. Robyn stops in routinely to sign book orders that have accumulated at Horton’s.
“This cookbook is a delicious extension of Robyn’s blog, and a perfect reflection of her love and appreciation for the significance of food in a person’s life. It’s also very clear that she cooks in the real world, for real people, in a real family.”
—Ree Drummond, New York Times bestselling author and Food Network host
“I love a woman who knows her way around a slow cooker! Robyn Stone is an inspiration to anyone trying to get a handle on weeknight dinners. Her delicious recipes—all from family tradition and with great Southern flavors—are crowd-pleasing, fresh, and practical. I’m excited to have this cookbook on my shelf!”
—Gina Homolka, author of New York Times bestselling The Skinnytaste Cookbook and Skinnytaste Fast and Slow
“There sure is some good-looking food in this book! No one lays out a spread like Robyn does, and Add a Pinch is full of gorgeous, delicious fare. Pull up a chair and spend some time in Robyn’s Southern kitchen!”
—Christy Jordan, author of Sweetness, Come Home to Supper, and Southern Plate
“We have yet to try something from Add a Pinch that we haven’t absolutely loved. The photos are beautiful and the recipes are delicious!”
—The sisters of Six Sisters’ Stuff
“This gorgeous cookbook is a celebration of family and fellowship. And even if you didn’t grow up eating pimento cheese biscuits, chocolate pie, and field peas with snaps, Add A Pinch’s warm, engaging voice and simple from-scratch recipes will make you feel right at home.”
—Lisa Fain, author of The Homesick Texan’s Family Table
“I love Robyn Stone’s fresh take on Southern cooking! Her recipes are simple enough for the busy home cook, while still staying true to form with straight-from-the-farm ingredients and classic scratch cooking methods.”
—Elise Bauer, founder of SimplyRecipes.com
Publisher’s Weekly says “Stone shows how a Southern cook balances traditional with modern, making her own cream of chicken soup to be deployed instead of the canned version. Vegetables include the gratifyingly regional, such as butter beans, okra, and collard greens, in approachable preparations, and a classic condiment whose time might finally have arrived: suitable-for-canning, authentic chow chow.” 12/19/2016
Robyn made heart-shaped cinnamon rolls on Today in Nashville. Miss it? You can watch it here.
Southern Seasons says “Robyn Stone offers a modern spin on Southern favorites…” [pdf]
Robyn was on The Joan Hamburg Show (WABC, New York)
Flavors magazine says, “home cooks are looking for the same feeling as the comfort of the food they grew up with, but with faster, easier and healthier ingredients and methods.” [pdf]
Barnes & Noble includes Add a Pinch in its list of #newreleasetuesday favorites.
People Magazine featured the Brown Sugar Baked Salmon with Vegetables. (4/10/2017 issue)
Featured in Southern Lady Magazine (May/ June issue)
An interview and recipe feature in the Athen’s Banner-Herald
Robyn was on Hallmark’s Channel’s Home and Family Show.
Review on WITF.org In WITF’s Kitchen with Chef Donna Desfor
Sunday Supper Movement featured recipe and book review
San Diego Union-Tribune featured recipe and review
Gaston Gazette featured recipes and review
Shelby Star featured recipes and a review
Virginian Pilot featured review and recipe
Toledo Blade included in new cookbook roundup
Eat Your Books featured a recipe, review, and giveaway
Baton Rouge Advocate featured a review and recipe
Food Republic featured recipe
Interview with Robyn on KSCO-AM Flavors Radio (Santa Cruz, CA)
Delish.com featured recipes
Cookstr featured an interview with Robyn
WNPR (CT) “The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze” did an interview with Robyn
People.com included Add a Pinch in it’s 11 Must-Read Summer Cookbooks
Robyn made her Peach Crisp recipe on Good Day Atlanta
AJC.com featured a review of Add a Pinch
The Atlanta Journal and Constitution newspaper featured a review of Add a Pinch
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 11 AM to 1 PM
Horton’s Book Store
410 Adamson Square
Carrollton, Georgia 30117 [Map]
Book signing. Books are available at Horton’s Book Store.
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 3 PM to 5 PM
As part of the Arkansas Literary Festival, Robyn will be demonstrating how to make the Strawberry Shortcakes with Sweet Cream Cheese Biscuits from the cookbook. There will also be a book signing. Limited Seating. [This is a ticketed event]