Comforting dishes and heartwarming paintings from the beloved children’s-book author and illustrator. World-renowned artist Tasha Tudor fascinated fans with her sweet illustrations and simple lifestyle. This beautiful cookbook has been put together by her grandson, who carries on her legacy in Vermont. The recipes, or as she called them, receipts, also suggest Tasha’s philosophy. In all things moderation, she would say—then with a laugh, except gardening. Tasha’s grocery list was never long. She had a robust vegetable garden, a large chest freezer, and a well-stocked larder. She created countless meals over many decades, and they were all very good. When possible, Tasha purchased fresh food, the origin and method of production of which she knew. But if she couldn’t, or didn’t want to, she didn’t worry. Frugality was on her shopping list as well. These receipts—from Tasha’s poppy seed cake to shepherd’s pie, potato soup to chocolate pudding—have been the mainstay of Tasha’s family for generations and are, for the most part, from the original cookbook she began as a young woman. The simple, comforting, and delicious receipts are accompanied by her beautiful watercolors and new photographs of the food and Tasha’s homestead.