OMG! I Can Eat That? Indulgent Food
From Australia\'s favourite new health-food chef comes the follow up to the bestselling Fabulous Food Minus the Boombah. Like most of us, Jane Kennedy can\'t eat anything she wants because she gets FAT. After having five children in six years and trying every fad diet known to man in an attempt to shift excess weight, Jane decided to take matters into her own hands. A lifetime love of cooking, teamed with a refusal to give up the flavours of her favourite meals, led Jane to develop her own dishes that are delicious but also good for you. In Jane\'s second book, OMG! I can eat that?, she shares some of her favourite recipes, just without all the unwanted fat. Chapters include Nibbles, Soups, Piemakins, Chicken & Duck, Beef, Lamb & Pork, Fish & Seafood, Comfort Classics, Vegetables and Dessert. And these recipes aren\'t your typical ?diet\' recipes either, with delicious meals such as Chicken, Leek and Mushrooms ?piemakins\' (pies in ramekins minus the pastry), Beef Bourguignon, Boombahfree burgers, and even sweet treats like Rhubarb and strawberry crumble, you\'ll forget you\'re even eating food minus the boombah!
- Paperback | 196 pages
- 215 x 270 x 22mm
- 01 Oct 2010
- HARDIE GRANT BOOKS
- South Yarra, Australia
- colour ill.
About Jane Kennedy
Jane Kennedy loves food - both cooking and eating it. Like most of us, Jane Kennedy can't eat anything she wants because she gets FAT. After having five children in six years and trying every fad diet known to man, Jane decided to take matters into her own hands.
Our customer reviews
I love the humour throughout this book, alongside extremely easy to follow recipes. A truly worthwhile buy, no-one will know that your meals are a healthier version! Now you can enjoy classics like pizza and pasta without the guilt :)show moreby Erin Connors
This book has been a revelation to me - not only are Jane's recipes clever, practical, healthy and yum, a lot of them use the same ingredients (which are mostly at the supermarket), so you're not wasting money on things that will just sit in the fridge or cupboard and coagulate after only one use. Both books have lovely down-to-earth photography, including pics of her cute kids; the only quibble I have is there aren't photos accompanying each recipe, and I think this is a must with cookbooks. As a novice home cook, I actually thought, and have told others, I could throw all my cookbooks away and just use Jane's two - so I'm hoping she'll write more. Please do Jane!show moreby Zoe