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by Rux Martin

Download The Eating Well Cookbook: Favorite Recipes from Eating Well, the Magazine of Food & Health eBook
ISBN:
1884943039
Author:
Rux Martin
Category:
Cooking Education & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
Eating Well Book (March 1, 1995)
Pages:
256 pages
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1731 kb
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1887 kb
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1552 kb
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Eating Well magazine has set the standard for imaginative, healthy recipes since 1990. With each issue, more than 2 million eating well readers experience a joyful approach to food that makes the dream of delicious, healthy diet possible.

Eating Well magazine has set the standard for imaginative, healthy recipes since 1990.

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Eating Well Magazine was a one-of-a-kind: Full of delicious recipes and nutritional articles that were up-to-date and valuable. Now that the magazine is no longer in existence, the Eating Well cookbooks are essential volumes of the collected recipes. The recipes vary in their ease (this is not a cooking made simple book) but not in their quality.

EatingWell Comfort Foods Made Healthy Softcover. EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook. The easy, delicious recipes in this beautiful cookbook take the guesswork out of healthy cooking. Mix-&-match menus for every recipe. Nominated for a 2010 James Beard Foundation Book Award. A cardiologist's guide to adding years to your life, by Philip A. Ades, . Full of, heart-healthy recipe makeovers. Nominated for a 2009 James Beard Foundation Book Award.

by Eating Well Magazine. This is a cookery book with more than 200 recipes for healthy and flavoursome meals. It covers appetizers, soups, pastas, pizzas, vegetables and grains, poultry, beef, lamb and pork, fish, breads, pies and desserts. Dishes included are Roquefort, Coq au Cidre and Jamaican chicken.

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Bibliographic Details. Book Description Eating Well Books/Artisan, New York, 1995. Published by Eating Well Books/Artisan, New York (1995). ISBN 10: 188494308X ISBN 13: 9781884943089. Condition: Very Fine.

The best part? It works. Tens of thousands of people have reported that they've lost weight and gained a healthier relationship with food with this powerful 30-day plan. The objective of this health book is to teach mindful eating through a collection of delicious, nutrient-dense recipes.

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The Eating Well Cookbook: Favorite Recipes from Eating Well, the Magazine of Food & Health [Mar 01, 1995] Martin, Rux; Jamieson, Patricia and Hiser, Elizabeth
  • roternow
This book is nearly 20 years old now and I am glad I found a copy on Amazon. I prefer the recipes to many newer cookbooks; they are interesting, tasty and don't require exotic ingredients or techniques. Just a good way for me to eat. BUT, I also bought it because every recipe includes a calorie count per serving, which helps me maintain my weight. Unfortunately, I've learned not to trust calorie counts without verifying, and so far every recipe has seriously undercounted calories per serving. I wonder if there was a conversion problem or something? like from grams to ounces? Everything is in ounces here so maybe somebody used the wrong conversion factor. I use the "government approved" method of adding up the calories of all the ingredients (same method used for prepared foods) and then divide by the stated number of servings. Pretty consistent so far that the true calories are about 50% greater per serving than what is written, so I am tempted to save the effort and just multiply by 1.5 For most people who aren't counting calories this will not detract from a wonderful cookbook.
  • Talvinl
About 15 years ago I purchased this book and love it. Unfortunately, a container of liquid spilled while it was laying flat and ruined the book. Much to my surprise and delight I was able to purchase a replacement copy through Amazon. You simply must try the "Died and Went to Heaven Chocolate Cake" as it is devine.
  • Jaberini
Delighted to have a replacement for my original copy of this book, although I miss all of my handwritten notes. Eating Well does a great job of writing recipes for real food, not diet misery. Their newer publications may be better choices in the 2012 market, but this classic still deserves a place in my library.
  • Nalmetus
The receipes are scrumptious. This is a long time favorite of mine and I love to buy it for others.
  • Oveley
Eating Well magazine has set the standard for imaginative, healthy recipes since 1990. With each issue, more than 2 million eating well readers experience a joyful approach to food that makes the dream of delicious, healthy diet possible.
From appetizers to desserts, this first collection of the best of Eating Well contains more than 200 recipes that illustrate the breadth and depth of the Eating Well repertoire: lighter versions of classic favorites, sophisticated dishes for entertaining and intriguing ethnic recipes from around the world.
The book is lavishly illustrated throughout with full page color photos by the finest food photographers. The recipes all tested in the Eating Well Test Kitchen - are clearly written for ease of preparation. Nutrition analysis is provided for each recipe. In short, everything you need to turn out delightfully healthful food for all occasions is right here.
  • Gholbimand
I have at least 20 cookbooks and this is the one I return to again and again. The recipes are simple and healthy, yet always taste gourmet...my friends are always amazed at the pizazz these recipes bring. I started with their magazine and quickly went out and bought this cookbook after loving the articles and recipes in the magazine. If you want simple, quick, gourmet tasting recipes, then this is the one for you!
  • monotronik
This is one of the best cookbooks I've ever used. I never realized before that you could cook gourmet food that was low in calories and actually tasted good. I can't believe this book is out of print. I have cooked nearly everything in it and was anxious to give it to some of my friends. I keep hoping there is a chance that they will have a new printing.