If you follow the latest food trends and always wish you had time to cook, but often end up grabbing a quick-fix option after a long day, you're by definition an impatient foodie. Elettra Wiedemann coined the term because, as a busy millennial who also loves good food, she found herself wrapped up in a recurring dilemma. "Why did good food always go hand-in-hand with slowing down? Wasn’t there a way to have slow, sustainable, delicious food without the 'slow'?" her cookbook states. Elettra set out to solve this problem via her website, Impatient Foodie and now a whole cookbook full of recipes that are delicious, fast, and easy to execute. Need a healthy weeknight dinner, a quick foolproof dessert, or an ooey-gooey grilled cheese? The Impatient Foodie cookbook has got you covered.
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