Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival, EBOOK guide for dieters
Cooking , Health , Non-Fiction / October 13, 2011

Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival Book Review This book is one of popular Hungry Girl series. Published by St. Martin’s Griffin on October 11th 2011, author Lisa Lillien fueled this 256 pages book with 200 recipes all under 200 calories (including snacks, appetizers, drinks, standard meal fare –all brand new recipes–). I recommend Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival for women that on diet and control their calorie intake. FYI, to try some rcipe from this book, you will also need an extra budget because many of the recipes need a lot of ingredients. Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival Summary Finally . . . a real-world guide that will help you navigate the supermarket and stock up on guilt-free foods, from mealtime must-haves to snack finds and more! It’s Hungry Girl’s ultimate resource for grocery-store survival—a must-own manual that makes shopping for better-for-you foods easy and fun! Inside you’ll find: * HG All-Stars and grocery-store standouts! * Calorie counts and comparisons for foods in every aisle * Guilt-free meal ideas and snack solutions for every craving and situation! * Easy-to-digest info about nutrition labels and ingredient lists * HG’s complete supermarket list with aisle-by-aisle food finds Hungry Girl’s amazingly comprehensive supermarket guide is your…

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease ebook by Caldwell B. Esselstyn
Cooking , Health , Non-Fiction / September 6, 2011

Title: Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Author: Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., Foreword by T. Colin Campbell Thick: 320 pages Publisher: Avery Release date: February 1st 2007 Preview: Available (Click Here) Summary A powerful call for a paradigm shift in heart disease therapy. Based on the groundbreaking results of a twenty-year nutritional study by Dr. Esselstyn, a preeminent researcher and clinician, this book illustrates that a plant-based, oil-free diet can not only prevent and stop the progression of heart disease but can also reverse its effects. The proof lies in the incredible outcomes for patients who have followed Dr. Esselstyn’s program, including a number of patients in his original study who had been told by their cardiologists that they had less than a year to live. Within months of starting the program, Dr. Esselstyn’s patients began to improve dramatically, and twenty years later, they remain free of symptoms. Complete with more than 150 delicious recipes, this book explains the science behind the simple plan that has drastically changed the lives of Dr. Esselstyn’s patients forever. It will empower readers to take control of their heart health. This book is about how doctors attempt to treat heart disease without using drug and…

The Hour that Matters Most ebook by Les Parrott
Cooking , Non-Fiction / September 6, 2011

The Hour that Matters Most: The Surprising Power of the Family Meal by Les Parrott and Leslie Parrott with co-authors Stephanie Allen and Tina Kuna was written to help families begin the habit of family meal time. It 208 pages focus is not nutrition or healthy eating, although that is mentioned as a fruit of family dinners. Instead, the focus is giving you ideas, schedule and cooking plans, and recipes to bring your family together for one hours each day. It is also the inspiring story of two mothers, Stephanie Allen and Tina Kuna, who founded Dream Dinners, a business whose goal is to bring families together through easy meal preparation. Title: The Hour that Matters Most: The Surprising Power of the Family Meal Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers Release date: September 1st 2011 Summary The facts are on the table. Dinnertime is truly the most important hour in a day that a family can spend together. Focusing on the family meal, this book will help strengthen families by showing them how to reclaim this important time in order to build relationships, draw closer to one another, and restore a sense of peace in their homes. Millions of parents in America…

Crunch Time: A Novel of Suspense ebook by Diane Mott Davidson
Cooking , Mystery , Series , Thriller / August 19, 2011

Crunch Time: A Novel of Suspense is the Sixteenth addition to A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery cooking series by Diane Mott Davidson. Published by William Morrow in April 1st 2011, this 471 pages book begins with the death of a former detective turned PI Earnest. Goldy’s friend Yolanda and Yolanda’s aunt were staying with Earnest because the place where they’d previously lived had burned because of arson. Shortly after Earnest dies, his home is also burned by an arsonist. Goldy, Yolanda, and Ferdinada barely escape with 9 puppies Earnest had rescued from, perhaps, a puppy mill. As usual, you can find delicious and delectable recipes at the end of the books. There is humor without reducing the tensions of a murder mystery and crimes story. In this book, you have burglary, arson, jewel thefts from distant shores, puppy mills, drugs, and oh yes, murders. That is just the edge in this fine book. A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery books in release order: #1. Catering to Nobody #2. Dying for Chocolate #3. The Cereal Murders #4. The Last Suppers #5. Killer Pancake #6. The Main Corpse #7. The Grilling Season #8. Prime Cut #9. Tough Cookie #10. Sticks & Scones #11….

Annabel Karmel Top 100 Baby Purees
Cooking , Non-Fiction / July 7, 2011

Top 100 Baby Purees: 100 Quick and Easy Meals for a Healthy and Happy Baby by Annabel Karmel is a great first step at some ideas for baby food making. Released March 21st 2006 by Atria, Top 100 Baby Purees has 128 pages equipped with useful recipes, tips and beautiful pictures to keep you motivated making a homemade baby food. Top 100 Baby Purees: 100 Quick and Easy Meals for a Healthy and Happy Baby Summary Babies grow more rapìdly ìn theìr fìrst year than at any other tìme ìn theìr lìves, so how you feed your newborn wìll be one of the most ìmportant decìsìons you make for your new baby. Makìng your own baby food ìs not only more economical than buying commercial brands, ìt also assures that your chìld consumes only the freshest, top-qualìty ingredients. Brìtìsh televìsìon personalìty and children’s nutrition expert Annabel Karmel’s essentìal collectìon of best-ever purees grants new parents theìr wìsh: one hundred quìck and easy recipes that wìll make for a healthy and happy baby. From fìrst tastes and weanìng, rìght through to meals for older babìes, all the recìpes are suìtable for children aged six months and older. And wìth all these…

My Father’s Daughter BOOK by Gwyneth Paltrow
Cooking / April 11, 2011

My Father’s Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness is a cooking recipes book from The Academy-Award winning actress and the mother of two (Apple Blythe Alison Martin and Moses Bruce Anthony Martin), Gwyneth Paltrow. Paltrow showcases a wealth of dishes, from soups to pastas to main courses and more. Highlights include fried rice with kale and scallions, sole à la grenobloise, and her mother’s blueberry muffins. A helpful pantry section includes recipes for basics such as slow-roasted tomatoes and numerous types of stocks. While many recipes are vegetarian, Paltrow does include meat dishes, including cheesy stuffed burgers and cassoulet. My Father’s Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness