Good Mood Food: Simple Healthy Homecooking

Front Cover
Mercier Press, 2009 - Cooking - 287 pages
If you could improve your mood, sleeping patterns, energy levels, and mental state tomorrow, in one quick and simple step, you would, right? Eating the right foods can do that and more for you. Keeping an open mind and a positive approach to what you eat is one of the most important steps when it comes to improving your health. The Good Mood Food approach to cooking is by no means rocket science, but it is straightforward and full of health benefits. With delicious recipes for Gazpacho Salad, Sesame Chicken Satay Skewers, Real Baked Beans with Focaccia, Apple and Oatmeal Muffins, Ginger Lemon and Honey Tea, Baked Dill and Garlic Salmon, Baked Pears with Spiced Honey and Peanut Butter Cookies amog others Good Mood Food is a healthy delight!

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - UnderMyAppleTree - LibraryThing

Simple, healthy homecooking is exactly what you will find in Good Mood Food. The recipes are simple with easy to understand instructions and beautiful pictures. They use fresh, healthy ingredients and ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Donal Skehan is a home cook, food writer and Television presenter. Donal's ethos on cooking is that all his recipes should be accessible, inspiring and encouraging for the everyday home cook.He has been cooking from the age of four when he flipped his first pancake and has been in the kitchen ever since!. Donal is also an accomplished food photographer and he photographs all his own food images for his blog and books.In 2007 Donal started his own food blog, where he writes about his food adventures and recipes. His book 'Good Mood Food' was released in October 2009 and received fantastic reviews:"Good Mood Food is a new breed of cookbook that springs from the talent of a passionate home cook. A truly scrumptious read.", - Ross Golden-Bannon, Food & Wine magazine"At last... Simple, easy recipes that are healthy and interesting. Donal Skehan's book reclaims good food from the convenience of supermarket shelves and puts it back where it belongs - in the domestic kitchen." Paulo Tulio"Ireland's answer to Jamie Oliver" - RTÉ.ie

Bibliographic information