"Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans" prepared by Michelle Tam by Henry Fong is unusually fun and different book about cooking, that in a humorous way using different techniques, among other comic drawings, offers numerous recipes for cooking whole, unprocessed ingredients absolutely free of added sugar, grains and legumes.
Our hosts are four cartoon characters - Michelle, Henry, Owen and Ollie which will lead us through more than 100 recipes in this book divided in 9 chapters plus introduction that gives the background of how and why this book was released.
The recipes are divided into chapters bearing the following titles: building blocks, nibbles, salads and soups, eggs, plants, seafood, poultry, meat and treats. From the book contents it can be seen that the authors truly covered a wide and varied circle of dishes and foods, thereby becoming interesting to many people that seek information about healthy eating.
The author in one place beautifully said that her love for food started with the tastes, sights, and aromas of her mother's kitchen, her being an excellent cook, and as a child she was her little shadow while mother prepared supper each night.
And it's exactly this love for food that can be visible in the pages of this innovative and beautifully designed cookbook that offers many photographs for each of the included recipes covering step-by-step preparation process with personality add-on author's touch. As the authors themselves said, this book doesn't have a specific audience; at the same time it's a collection of dishes whose preparation is quick, while the food and health quality is high, and these are characteristics that are these days important to all of us. Therefore, "Nom Nom Paleo" book rightly bears the name food for humans and due to that can be recommended.