This cookbook is focused on simple yet healthy meals. When I say simple, I am not joking. Many recipes have less than 10 ingredients. The instructions are very easy to follow, and I enjoyed how the author would note how long perishable dishes like desserts would last in the fridge or freezer. Best of all, this book is broken down by month. So, you have special recipes for January, February, March, and so on. The monthly recipes are not holiday themed (e.g.- valentines day dishes for February). Rather, each month showcases recipes that use what is in season for that given month. I really like that because sometimes I get recipes where I can not find some of the ingredients. By making seasonal food, you won't have to worry about chasing down elusive ingredients. My favorite recipe in this cookbook is the Strawberry Ice Cream pie and it came out wonderful. There is actually no dairy in the pie. The crust is made of almonds and dates (a crust without wheat, who knew!), and the filling is made of strawberries, cashews, and dates. The recipes here will keep both your taste buds and waistline happy as you eat pure food.