I’ll Have The Soup And Salad

I'll Have The Soup And Salad

By Katherine Baldwin.

When you envision the perfect bowl of steamy, delicious soup, what comes to mind? Is it the soup your mother or grandmother used to make from scratch using fresh vegetables and fresh beef or chicken simmered in a savory broth with just the right mixture of herbs and garlic? Maybe your dream soup is a thick, rich bowl of New England Clam Chowder. Or maybe it’s a nice can of condensed soup that you add a can of water to and Voila – you have your favorite soup. What? Scratch that last one because you won’t find any of that in this book. You will, however, find the first two.

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Cookie Indulgence: 150 Easy Cookie Recipes

Cookie Indulgence: 150 Easy Cookie Recipes

By Bonnie Scott.

Warm from the oven and just waiting to accompany a glass of cold milk or a cup of steaming cocoa, nothing smells better than the aroma of freshly baked cookies. With Cookie Indulgence, you’ll never run short on inspiration for quick and delicious cookies, bars and frostings to welcome friends and family home or to give as tasty gifts.

Browse through the pages of Cookie Indulgence to find just the right treat. With 150 favorites from Chocolate Chip or Oatmeal cookies to No-bake, Refrigerator and Christmas cookies, there is sure to be a recipe that will please even the most rigorous taste test your family can muster.

If you’re looking for something unique, make sure to check out the Unusually Odd cookie section for recipes with ingredients you won’t find on the average baking supply shelf.

So, sit back and relax with a good cookie while you scan the recipes and tips. Your next cookie baking session is sure to please everyone with goodies for gift giving, church bake sales or snacks for your family.

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Naturally up to 160 calories. Everyday delicious treats!

Naturally up to 160 calories. Everyday delicious treats!

By Revital Federbush.

If you have a sweet tooth, and want to savor a delicious, healthy treat daily without gaining weight, this is the book for you!
With the “Naturally up to 160 calories. Everyday delicious treats!” you can:
* Discover the secrets of and innovative techniques for making delicious, fluffy cakes using natural, healthy ingredients such as applesauce (100 calories/cup), Greek yogurt (183 calories/cup) and orange juice instead of oil and butter (1,700 calories/cup). You can enjoy a good-size sweet treat (the size of a standard muffin, cupcake or two large cookies) of 160 calories max.
* Find a large and varied range of easy, from-scratch recipes for sweet and healthy cakes, cupcakes and cookies, using only natural ingredients, including real sugar, and without any fake ingredients such as artificial sweeteners, egg substitutes or any other dietetic products.
* Make healthy, delicious treats for children. All recipes were sampled on children – they loved the flavors and had no idea they were eating low-calorie treats.

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The Real Mexican Cookbook: Your Guide to cooking real authentic Mexican food!

The Real Mexican Cookbook: Your Guide to cooking real authentic Mexican food!

By Eric Dahlin.

As far back as I can remember, Mexican food has been my absolute favorite. However, it wasn’t until recently that I discovered true authentic Mexican food. I had always visited the big chain restaurants with friends. Even though I loved this food, what I discovered later would make that food look like table scraps.

I have spent the last two years mentoring and tutoring Latin American students helping to teach them English. Although I have helped them improve their English, I have learned far more from them.

After spending time almost everyday with these amazing people it is impossible to not to love them. Their culture, traditions, and especially their food, there is little not to like about them. One of the best things about spending time with them is learning to cook their food.

I really feel that most people do not know what real Mexican food is. To many, Mexican food means visiting the local fast food restaurant and ordering a taco at the drive through. For others, visiting the local sit down restaurant is adequate. It is sad that what they think is Mexican food, is nothing more than Americanized Mexican adaptations. They sound Mexican, but if you travel to Mexico you would not recognize the food with the same name. The closest you will get to real Mexican food is to visit one of the small taco stands.

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Snack Time: Lite and Tasty Snack Recipes

Snack Time: Lite and Tasty Snack Recipes

By Joan Holcomb.

A lot of excess calories can come from between-meal or after-meal snacks. The USDA has recommended that no more than 10% of someone’s daily calories come from snack foods (or recreational eating; that is, food eaten just for fun and not for nutrition).

Of course, we call want to get the most out of our snack foods, and some snacks can be nutritional and satisfying at the same time. Other foods (often called junk foods) have little or no nutritional value…we just eat them because they taste good.

Nonetheless, lower-calorie versions of even junk foods exist. Making food at home can decrease the calorie count or fat content significantly, eliminate a lot of unnecessary additives and preservatives, and enhance the flavor and portion size.

In this cookbook, every effort has been made to find snack foods that are filling but have fewer calories and/or less fat than their commercial versions. You may even enjoy these more than ones you buy in the store!

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