As luck would have it, I went to the book store to buy one book, but stumbled across another. The title alone screamed out for me to pick it up. I obliged, and soon after flipping through the table of contents, discovered that this book was destined to leave the store with me.
As anyone who has read my other reviews* of slow cooker cookbooks will have figured out, I love a good crockpot recipe. The whole concept of assemble and walk away meals is so attractive to those of us with busy lives. That is why I was so happy to receive this latest addition to the Fix-It and Forget-It collection.
Jude Thierot is a chef. He used to be the executive chair of the International Association of Culinary Professionals Foundation from 1997 to 1998. He has written five additional books on Cajun cuisine: Cajun Healthy, Cajun Quick, La Cuisine Cajun, La Meilleure de la Louisiane: The Best of Louisiana (sp), and New American Light Cuisine.
For an excellent cookbook on how to bake scones, corn bread, croissants, pretzels, popovers, quick breads, tortillas, pizza dough or traditional loaves, then this may be the book for you! With more than 250 recipes for both sweet and savory breads, check out this book.
In this impressive reference book, you will find information such as: Buying Tips, Culinary Uses, Health Benefits, Lore and Legend, and General Information on Fruits; Vegetables; Grains; Legumes; Nuts, Seeds and Oils; and Herbs, Spices and Other Foods. There is also a glossary and an extremely comprehensive index.
In this fast-paced world of fast-food and pre-packaged convenience foods, Brenda Langton and Margaret Stuart show us recipes on how delicious healthy food is and how easy it is to prepare!
Need a cookbook that helps you create healthier more appealing meals for your children? Want to know how to create meals from packages off the grocer’s shelf? Then Joanna Lund’s “Cooking Healthy With The Kids in Mind” is perfect for you!
The idea of dieting is often accompanied with exercising more, eating less, and sometimes even using appetite suppressants. What it’s not usually associated with is hormones. A new book by Dr. Erika Schwartz strongly suggests that what’s missing from overweight teenage girls’ lives is natural hormone therapy.