Craig Claiborne's Gourmet Diet

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Random House Value Publishing, Jun 1, 1992 - Cooking - 258 pages
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Here are absolutely delicious recipes, created by master chefs Craig Claiborne and Pierre Franey, that are low in salt, calories, cholesterol, and fat -- and high in all the pleasures of haute cuisine. Here's a diet program you can follow easily, day after day, year after year for the rest of your long and healthy life.
Featuring nutritional values -- calorie counts and sodium, fat, and cholesterol contents for each recipe -- as well as a listing for hundreds of ingredients, this book is sure to please both your taste buds and your doctor.
Finally, the right combination for good eating and good health!
"Craig Claiborne is the master gastronomist." -- Newsweek


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A going away present from a neighbor in St Louis, when I moved to Charleston in 1981. I don't think I've ever opened this book, and it's really ratted up from all the moves. Maybe it's time to ... Read full review

Contents

Note to the Reader
27
Soups
45
Desserts
220
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About the author (1992)

Diana Southwood Kennedy went to Mexico in 1957 to marry Paul P. Kennedy, the foreign correspondent for the New York Times. In 1969, at the suggestion of Craig Claiborne, she began teaching Mexican cooking classes and in 1972 published her first cookbook. She has been decorated with the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest honor bestowed on foreigners by the Mexican government. She lives much of the year in her ecological adobe house in Michoacan, Mexico, which also serves as a research center for Mexican cuisine.

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