AARP, “Food expert Pam Anderson considers herself “Every Cook.” A New York Times bestselling author, she has been cooking nearly every day for more than 30 years.” See all Three Many Cook articles.
USA Weekend, “Anderson and her daughters were having so much fun talking about food and what they’re eating, they decided to go public with their conversation. ” See all Three Many Cook articles.
Runner’s World, “Anderson’s weight-loss success and passion for running didn’t go unnoticed by the rest of her family, who fully supported–and joined–her efforts.” Read the full article.
The Today Show, “Cookbook author Pam Anderson knows how to make meals easier. She shares a one-dish dinner of penne pasta with turkey-feta meatballs.” Read the full article.
The Martha Stewart Show, “Stretch your grocery budget more efficiently with wallet-friendly recipes from chef Pam Anderson.” Watch Pam on the Martha Stewart Show.
The Pioneer Woman, “I’ve said it before and I’ll continue to proclaim it from the roofs: Pam Anderson is a beautiful cook. Her recipes are the perfect mix of easy and elegant.” Read the full article.
Tasty Kitchen, “Three Many Cooks have a strong relationship both inside and outside the kitchen, and it shows in the food they create and the stories they tell.” See all Three Many Cook articles.
Mark Bittman, “There are times I feel like Pam Anderson and I learned to cook together, because our styles are so similar.” See all Three Many Cook articles.
PBS Food, “Whether it’s sitting down for family dinner, having friends and family over, or sharing a meal with a stranger, I’ve seen how good food brings people together.” Read the full article.
Fine Cooking, “Who doesn’t love a good year-end countdown? Three Many Cooks took the poll for best writing last week.” Read the full article.
Food 52, “ThreeManyCooks.com–a site where a mother and her two (very different) daughters provide personal and culinary anecdotes with family-favorite recipes.” See all Three Many Cook articles.
Christian Science Monitor, “Dear Dad, Offspring are typically a balanced blend of both parents, but we all know I’m way more you than Mom.” See all Three Many Cook articles.