Michael Symon and Doug Trattner's Latest Cookbook, 'Fix It With Food: Every Meal Easy,' Officially Out Today

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Today, December 14, Michael Symon’s latest cookbook, “Fix It with Food: Every Meal Easy,” officially hits the streets. As usual, the book is co-authored by Scene dining editor Douglas Trattner. The book expands upon the anti-inflammation tools, tips, resets and recipes that made the previous “Fix It with Food” book such a success (and New York Times bestseller).

From the publisher: “120+ simple, delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner to help you manage autoimmune issues all day – plus an all-new 10-day, 30-recipe reset to identify your food triggers – from the author of Fix It with Food.”



Symon explained that, along with all new recipes and countless other additions, this book provides tips and lists for ingredient swaps and substitutions and more flexibility when it comes to portion sizes.

“As usual, it’s a long, challenging, but ultimately rewarding process to work on any cookbook,” Trattner said. “The entire team of people involved in Michael Symon cookbooks – and lead and inspired by Symon at every turn – are literally the best in the business and I learn something new every single time.”



Find the book at your local booksellers starting today.

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