Betty Crocker's great main dishes without meat

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Cooking - 138 pages
This bestselling classic has been completely updated, modernized and redesigned to be the one-stop kitchen reference for today's cook. New in this edition: -- All new design, including two-color text-- Recipes with numbered steps for easy use-- Preparation and cooking times with each recipe-- Lighter versions of favorite recipes-- Timesaving tips to make recipes even quicker-- 200 all-new color photographs-- All-new line art to make learning techniques easy-- Complete nutrition information with each recipe, including percentage of calories from fat-- Back cover of the book shows sample pages of the interior, so you can see the design even though it is shrink-wrappedPeople really rely on Betty Crocker, and all the information they have come to expect is here, revised to be up-to-the-minute.-- Over 900 recipes, from how to make coffee to rolling a fajita-- Recipes that call for readily available ingredients-- Definitions of cooking terms-- Microwave basics and tips-- The best -- and easiest -- way to cook anything, from oysters to apple pie to spaghetti squash-- Photographs

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Contents

Soups Stews and Chile
1
Casseroles
31
Easy Skillet Dishes and StirFries
59
Quiches Frittatas and Soufflés
87
Satisfying Salads
103
Pizza Sandwiches and Breads
119
Index
135
Copyright

About the author (1994)

James Hill, M.D., a nationally known weight loss authority, is a professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado and an adviser on obesity to the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Hill is in charge of the National Weight Control Registry and developed the "America on the Move" program. He is the coauthor of The Step Diet Book.

Susan J. Crockett, Ph.D., R.D., F.A.D.A., is the Director of the General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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