Praise for Our Cookbook

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Some reviews of our cookbook, Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans:

  • “It’s unlike any cookbook you’ve ever held in your hands before…If it weren’t for all the mouthwatering recipes, I’d call it a coffee table book or a book meant for gifting rather than one of the single best cookbooks I’ve ever seen.” - Kristen Michaelis, Food Renegade
  • “Nom Nom Paleo by Michelle Tam and Henry Fong is a fabulous Paleo cookbook, especially for beginners, but the diverse recipes are excellent even if you’re not a strict Paleo. It’s just good food.” - Michael Ruhlman
  • “…one of the most-readable cookbooks to come out this year, even for readers who may not be interested in the Paleo lifestyle.” - Grant Butler, The Oregonian
  • “Out of all the cookbooks I’ve encountered over the last several years, Michelle and Henry’s Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans is the most playful…The recipes go well beyond steak and lettuce and are interesting enough to inspire anyone to try their hand and paleo friendly meals.” - Elise Bauer, Simply Recipes
  • “…this book is chock-full of colorful food photos, smiling faces, and silly jokes — oh, and recipes that burst with so much flavor that you can practically taste them through the page. Tam’s total enthusiasm for this food will hook you in and have you cooking Paleo faster than you can say ‘nom.’” - Emma Christensen, The Kitchn
  • “…the biggest draw? The 1,000-plus photos of step-by-step instructions for appetizers, salads, soups, chingos of eggs, plants, seafood, poultry, meat and treats (including Mexican chocolate pot de crème and a crimson summer berry soup).” - Jessica Elizarraras, San Antonio Current
  • “The layout, step-by-step photos, and all of Henry’s comic illustrations really make this unlike any other cookbook I have. It’s fun! How many cookbooks can you say that about?” - Diana Rodgers, Sustainable Dish
  • “…to say that I was beyond amazed once I got to see the book in the flesh would be a gross understatement…Michelle’s personality, her spunk and kitchen knowledge come across in spades in this piece of art.” - Julie Mayfield, Paleo Comfort Foods
  • “The Paleo thing is not going away, and with cookbooks like this coming out, I’m OK with that…[T]his is a smart pick whether you agree with the Paleo philosophy or just want some great, clean-eating meals that kids will probably like, too.” The Denver Post
  • “…[a] riotous, color-forward book…Part cookbook, part comic book, you’re not going to find another book like this on shelves this season.” - Cheryl Sternman Rule, 5 Second Rule
  • “So, why do you need this cookbook? To be honest, listing the reasons you don’t need this cookbook would result in a shorter list. I can only think of one borderline acceptable reason: you already own it.” - George Bryant, The Civilized Caveman
  • “It’s so obvious that you should have this book in your cookbook collection, I just want to say, Go buy this thing already and start cooking!” - Melissa Joulwan, The Clothes Make the Girl

To learn more about Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans, click here.


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