Quick and Healthy Cooking For Dummies

Quick and Healthy Cooking For Dummies

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More than 150 recipes, from bountiful yet lean breakfasts to one-dish delectable dinners. Family/party meals-in-minutes; timesaving techniques, tools, and gadgets; and shopping tips. How to substitute low-fat and vegetarian ingredients and keep every morsel of flavor. How to combine a few pantry basics for a delicious, nutritious, last-minute meal.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 356 pages
  • 187.96 x 228.6 x 20.32mm | 703.06g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • illustrations (some colour
  • 0764552147
  • 9780764552144

Table of contents

Introduction. About This Book. Conventions Used in This Book. What You're Not to Read. Foolish Assumptions. How This Book Is Organized. Part I: Cooking the Quick and Healthy Way. Part II: Quick & Healthy Recipes. Part III: New Fast and Easy (And Healthy) Ideas. Part IV: The Part of Tens. Icons Used in This Book. Where to Go from Here. Part I: Cooking the Quick and Healthy Way. Chapter 1: Quick and Healthy Cooking: The Beginning. Chapter 2: Easy in the Kitchen, Easy Out of the Kitchen. Part II: Quick and Healthy Recipes. Chapter 3: Easy Hors d'Oeuvres, Appetizers, Dips, and Snacks. Chapter 4: Speedy Salads and Salad Dressings. Chapter 5: Swift and Savory Soups, Snacks, and Sandwiches. Chapter 6: Vegetable Pleasures for Any Occasion. Chapter 7: Meat, Poultry, Fish, and Shellfish. Chapter 8: Beyond the Ordinary Pasta and Rice: Grains that Are Out of This World. Chapter 9: Fabulous Fruits and Desserts. Part III: New Fast and Easy (And Healthy) Ideas. Chapter 10: Retro Foods: New Ways with Old Favorites. Chapter 11: Using Herbs, Spices, Condiments, and a Few Fast and Easy Sauces. Chapter 12: Easy In, Easy Out: Basics for One-Skillet, One-Pot Meals. Chapter 13: Vigorously Healthy Vegetarian and Vegan Meals. Chapter 14: Brighter Breakfasts. Part IV: The Part of Tens (And More). Chapter 15: Slow Cooking in the Fast Lane. Chapter 16: Ten Best Health Newsletters. Chapter 17: The Ten Best Health Web Sites. Glossary. Index. Book Registration Information.
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About Carol Ann Rinzler

The recipe for Lynn Fischer's success began in the sleepy resort town of Virginia Beach, where her first starring roles were as homemaker, mother, marketing executive, and co-host of a local TV talk show. During these years, Lynn discovered that her husband was running the risk of coronary artery disease as a result of a dangerously high cholesterol level. Responding to her husband's immediate health needs, Lynn set out to learn all that she could to help him get his numbers under control. Her meticulous research led her to the conclusion that a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol was the first line of defense in curing and preventing heart disease. The next step was to cut the fat from her family's diet by changing methods of food preparation and food selection, while maintaining flavor, variety, and flexibility. It wasn't long before Lynn realized just how important her role of chief chef was in impacting her family's health and quality of life. From lower cholesterol numbers (her husband's fell by a dramatic 100 points!) and lower medical bills to higher energy and better moods, Lynn's hard work in the kitchen paid off handsomely. Ultimately, Lynn's concern for healthy lifestyles extended far beyond her own family's dinner table and has propelled her to her current position as a nationally recognized health expert, best-selling cookbook author, and host of over 200 national cooking shows. Lynn, who now lives in Washington, D.C., founded the National Women's Health Awareness Forum and is a former medical anchor at WTTG (Fox) in Washington. She hosts the popular cooking series "Healthy Indulgences" on PBS and was formerly known as "The Low Cholesterol Gourmet" on the Discovery Channel. She is coauthor of the bestseller The Low Cholesterol Gourmet with Dr. W. Virgil Brown, former president of the American Heart Association, and has also written The Quick Low Cholesterol Gourmet, Healthy Indulgences, The Better Sex Diet, and Fabulous Fat-Free. Pasta cecca, Caesar salad, and tart cherry pie are the special foods that tickle Lynn's taste buds. Friends and family touch her heart and fill her life. This enthusiastic proponent of healthy lifestyles strives each day to learn new skills, embrace new ideas, and through her professional efforts on television and in writing books, make a positive impact on the health and welfare of the world around her.
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