“[The Kitchen Ecosystem] will turn you into a smarter cook. The idea is to get the most out of seasonal ingredients by cooking some fresh, preserving some, and using the scraps. This way, the kitchen becomes an ecosystem with a continuous cycle of use and less waste…Her Ecosystem ideas are likely to spark waves of creativity in the home cook. It’s a great starting point for anyone looking to cook more thoughtfully, and economically.”
“It’s built around a genius stratagem that each meal you cook can yield not just that night’s dinner but more: an essential pantry item, an element for the next meal, and the next.”
“One of the things I love most about The Kitchen Ecosystem is that Bone takes methods and techniques we all know we should be using, and breaks them down into manageable chapters sorted by ingredient—apricots, beef, corn, and so forth.”
—5280 The Denver Magazine
“[The Kitchen Ecosystem is] an efficient means of enjoying fresh foods at their seasonal peak, prudently preserving some foods for later, and transforming kitchen scraps, like peels and bones, into flavor builders.
—The Chicago Tribune