Welcome to crackingrecipes.com
Thanks for checking out crackingrecipes.com - home to our popular cookbooks, Don't give me eggs that bounce and It's all about the food not the fork!.
Both beautifully designed books support people with dementia, older people and people with swallowing difficulties to enjoy appetising and nourishing food, full of colour, flavour and goodness.
Australian food icon Maggie Beer launched and wrote forewords for the books and author Peter Morgan-Jones is an integral part of her Creating an Appetite for Life and Food for Thought aged care food events.
Don't give me eggs that bounce and It's all about the food not the fork! are available through our website shops (see links on the right of the page) as well as via Amazon US and Amazon UK and many online and local booksellers.
August 2017 - buy one get one free!
To celebrate Peter Morgan-Jones speaking to aged care chief executives and managers at Food for Thought in Adelaide on August 23, we are offering a special 'buy one get one free' discount during August 2017. Visit either of our web-stores at HammondCare or the Dementia Centre, select two cookbooks (two of the same, one of each, two bundles, or multiples with up to five separate purchases), go to the shopping cart, enter the discount code FOODFIFTY, click update and receive a 50% discount!! That's every second book free! Our hope is that many more people with dementia, carers, aged care manager and staff will get access to the groundbreaking dementia food information and recipes in these bestselling books.
Watch as Maggie explains why she is such a big supporter of It's all about the food not the fork!
It's all about the food not the fork: launch
New cookbook gets an early airing at Tasting Australia
The fresh innovation of It's all about the food not the fork (2016) was first introduced to foodies and people passionate about aged care when Peter Morgan-Jones presented his session (of the same name) at Tasting Australia in Adelaide. More details here.
The key idea behind this book is that many people with dementia are no longer comfortable with cutlery or with eating larger meals. Some have swallowing difficulties and others like to be on the move. Foods eaten by hand, more often across the day and yet packed with energy and nutrition are ways of promoting a good diet and dignity in eating.
As well, for the first time, some of the finger foods in the book are for people on a pureed diet - a vital breakthrough!
Where it all began - the story behind our first cookbook
Don’t give me eggs that bounce: 118 cracking recipes for people with Alzheimer’s is the bestselling cookbook that helped begin widespread change approaches to food in aged and dementia care
Published by HammondCare Media (2014), this beautiful cookbook celebrates the dignity of older people, people with dementia and those with eating difficulties by offering nutritious, delicious food across a range of dietary needs.
All of the recipes are carefully analysed and tested and are clinically appropriate. Easy to read chapters provide advice on nutrition for older people, successful mealtimes for people with dementia, understanding swallowing difficulties and how to prepare and present appetising and nutritious meals, including texture-modified food and drinks.
The delicious recipes cover all the main meals of the day, as well as dessert, beverages and mid meals which are especially important for older people and those living with dementia who often cannot eat a larger meal.
Share your cooking experience
The cookbooks are just the beginning - the authors would love to share your experiences of cooking recipes from Don't give me eggs that bounce and now, It's all about the food not the fork! We would also love to hear your own tips and experiences as a carer, person with dementia or person with an eating difficulty.
News and updates
Don't give me eggs that bounce and now It's all about the food not the fork! have received enormous media coverage across the nation and beyond. Check out some the media coverage and other news on our News and updates page.
Contacts and resources
Booksellers inquiries to Dennis Jones & Associates 61 3 9762 9100, email@example.com
Where to buy - see our comprehensive list of online and bricks-and-mortar bookstores.
Carers - check out more resources at The Dementia Centre
Dining by design - training that complements It's all bout the food not the fork! and Don't give me eggs that bounce. More here.
Dementia care - check out HammondCare's services