Feeding the Frasers: Family Favorite Recipes Made to Feed the Five-Time CrossFit Games Champion, Mat Fraser (Paperback)
Based on Sammy Moniz's popular Instagram page, Feeding the Frasers is a book that any CrossFit aficionado—or just someone curious about how to cook with whole foods without sacrificing the world—will want to get their hands on.
Filled with 100 terrific recipes of high quality delicious food that promote balance, togetherness, indulgence, and athletic recovery.
Sammy Moniz is well known in the CrossFit community as an activist, and she is also the wife of five time champion Mat Fraser, the winningest athlete in CrossFit history and one of the most beloved.
This is her cookbook where she shares the secrets behind feeding the greatest champion of the sport.
About the Author
Sammy Moniz is a self-taught home cook, author, and the wife of 5-time CrossFit champion Mat Fraser. She began cooking as a way to feed her desire to learn and be creative, and she loves how food brings people together. Feeding the Frasers is her first cookbook.
"It’s so exciting that Sammy Moniz is now sharing her recipes with the world through her cookbook Feeding the Frasers. These recipes have brought her family & friends together to share memories and laughs over a table of food. When you’re looking for that perfect family gathering recipe, Sammy is the person to turn to. Her passion for cooking and love for family is the secret to what makes her cooking so incredibly yummy."
—Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr, 5-Time Fittest Woman on Earth, Olympian, Commonwealth Games gold medalist.
"Before it was Feeding The Frasers, it was just Sammy cooking for her favorite people. I feel extremely lucky to have been among the friends whose taste buds benefited from those early days of experimenting. But while Sammy’s culinary expertise is what started this project, it’s her gift for bringing people together that makes her work so resonant. A human ray of sunshine, Sammy has a way of making every table—whether it’s her own dining room table in Vermont or a coffee table in a CrossFit Games hotel room—feel like home. This book, a labor of love from an impossibly generous soul, is the next best thing to sitting around Sammy’s table.” —Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir, 2-Time CrossFit Games Champion and author of Dottir
"Sammy changed my palate. I thought I was a good cook, until I had the luxury of tasting her food for 3 straight weeks, I realized I suck.” —Kip Moore, American country music singer and songwriter