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Know Your Line Up! The First Family Practice Cookbook

Have you guys ordered your copy yet?

I’m very excited about this project and appreciate everyone who has supported me in getting this set up.

This cookbook has a bunch of really fun, easy and HEALTHY (shhhh) recipes for football season. Great for small gatherings for Monday Night Football or for bigger gatherings and Superbowl parties.


Here are the recipes you will find in the cookbook:

Oatmeal Turkey Meatballs


Pumpkin Pizza Roll Ups

BBQ Pulled Chicken Sandwiches w/ Rosemary Sea Salt Buns

Zucchini – Steak Kababs

Pineapple Prosciutto Tops


Superbowl Chili

Gameday Guacamole

Walnut Dipping Sauce


Baked Potato Curry Dip


Bacon Chicken Ranch Pizzas

Boneless Wings

Chipotle Turkey Burgers

Cranberry BBQ Chicken Skewers

Football Cookies


And a few extras. Like, how to make your own Buffalo Sauce :)


7 Responses to Know Your Line Up! The First Family Practice Cookbook

  1. Cathy Stewart says:

    Can’t wait!!

  2. Shawna Mosier says:

    I tried your boneless buffalo bites last year, and they were a big hit! Even with the kids :) Keep up the delicious work Kim :)

  3. K Brady says:

    I always have LOVED the food you make. Inventive and tasty — yet simple to create for a busy household. Looking forward to getting my cookbook!

  4. Ashley Meier says:

    Who wouldn’t want to make your yummy food!! :)

  5. frost says:

    Hey there! I’ve been reading your blog for a long time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Humble Texas! Just wanted to tell you keep up the great work!

  6. Harriet says:

    I love your cookbook, the recipes are so easy to follow and turn out wonderfully. I am looking forward for your next post, I may become a domestic house wife afterall!

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