It’s easy for men to feel a little removed and out of sorts at the start of their partner’s pregnancy. While mothers begin to go through this incredible physical metamorphosis nurturing an unborn child – things for their male counterpart remain relatively unchanged. One way for expectant father’s to get more involved and make a major contribution to their partner’s pregnancy and the development of their child is through food.
Regardless of whether you’re expecting your first (and possibly last) bundle of joy, welcoming an unplanned matching set or adding to an ongoing series you’ve been collecting for some time – A House Husbands’ Guide is a cookbook for fathers-to-be who want to get into the kitchen and become more involved in their partner’s pregnancy. It’s easy to understand, even easier to cook and packed full of pregnancy friendly recipes that taste so great you’ll hardly notice they’re good for you!
It’s easy to understand, even easier to cook and packed full of pregnancy friendly recipes that taste so great you’ll hardly notice they’re good for you!
About the Author
Aaron Harvie is a part time writer and full time stay at home dad. He is the former host of Network TEN's innovative food program, Love to Share and contestant on the 2010 series of MasterChef Australia and 2012 MasterChef All Stars were his knowledge and passion for food and the culture that surrounds it, coupled with his charismatic delivery and interviewing skills, made him a stand out amongst the cooking crowd and a hit with viewers.
Aaron Harvie joined me on The Drive Home to discuss his book