Here are a few comments we have received about
"Cooking for David: A Culinary Dialysis Cookbook":
"I just want to thank you for your cookbook.
My father lives in Georgia and received a lot of information about what
he could NOT eat, but nothing helping him prepare meals about what he
COULD eat. I sent him your book and he is so impressed and so much
happier and relaxed about his upcoming dialysis. Thank you Thank
you Thank you!"
- Betsy Rutherford
"I just want to compliment you on your
"Cooking for David" cookbook which I
just received yesterday. Of the 3 renal diet cookbooks which I have
for my sister-in-law, yours had by far the MOST information in the
written for the laywoman (in this case) -and is definitely the most
attractive book. Each individual recipe having the information with it
as far as diet exchanges, sodium, potassium amounts, etc. is so
A wonderful book!!! Thank you."
- Mary Bennoch
"My patients have nothing but great comments
about your cookbook and [ I ] have highly recommended it to my new
patients coming into the unit. Thank you!"
- Linda Noto, R.D.
Western NY Dialysis Center, Orchard Park, NY
"I ordered the "Cooking for David"
cookbook for my sister, Mary Watson,
who had chemotherapy and as a result, severe kidney damage...So far
we have tried about six
of the recipes and I'm sure it will be our main cookbook from now on.
Everything has been delicious. My favorite is the Meatball
Stroganoff. In my attempt
to prove to my sister that her diet wouldn't be all bad (which I wasn't
at all sure of)
I told her I would eat what she eats. I think we are eating
at least as well as we did before - maybe better than ever.
Anyway, many thanks for the cookbook. It has made a difficult
situation much easier and we are grateful that we continue to enjoy good
- Julie Schulz
"Hello Culinary Kidney Cooks,
My colleague and I have thoroughly enjoyed and are promoting your cookbook
in our dialysis unit. We just printed your recipe of
the week for our patients."
-Marla McKerracher R.D.
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Click here for an inspiring
story relating how "Cooking for David" has helped
one family to
cope with proper nutrition and kidney disease.